We are currently experiencing growth here at the Graeme Dingle Foundation and have positions available. 

Join our Grants Team in our National Support Office

We are seeking a detail driven Grants Coordinator with a flair for writing and a love of numbers! 

A minimum of two years’ grant funding experience is desirable. 

The Graeme Dingle Foundation is a leader in the field of youth development in NZ. Founded in 1995 as Project K Trust, we now provide 26,000 young people 5-18 years with proven programmes that transform their lives.  Our programmes are Kiwi Can, Stars, Career Navigator, Project K, MYND and Kiwi Tahi.  

This part-time role will report to the Grants Manager and support the grant application process for the Graeme Dingle Foundation National Support Office and our regional delivery teams.

We offer a family friendly environment with the possibility to work flexible hours (24 hours per week). 

Closing date May 20th 2021.

To find out more and apply click here

Become a Project K Mentor

Project K is a 14-month programme for Year 10 students that has three core components; Wilderness Adventure, Community Challenge and Mentoring. As a mentor, your role will be to build a trusting partnership with a Project K student and to help them to set and achieve their goals, contact our Project K Recruitment here

Become a Project K Community Mentor

We are currently looking for mentors to take part in making a difference to rangatahi’s lives throughout Auckland, Western Bay of Plenty & Canterbury.

Project K Community Scholarship is a 7 month programme designed for youth that are referred by their community. It involves three parts; wilderness adventure, community challenge and an individual mentoring partnership with a trained mentor (hopefully you!).

Read our flyer to find out more.