The Graeme Dingle Foundation is reliant on donations, volunteers, corporate sponsorship and philanthropy to keep this incredibly worthwhile programme going.
How you can do your bit and support Career Navigator
- Business Partnerships
- Payroll giving
- Other ways to contribute
Talk to us today to see how your business can partner with us to transform young lives forever.Learn more
Challenge yourself with any activity and raise money at the same time. You can create your own online giving page to raise awareness e.g. givealittle.co.nz.Learn more
Project K needs you! As a mentor, your role will be to build a trusting, fun partnership with a Project K student and to help them set and achieve goals.Learn more
It is a Department of Inland Revenue initiative whereby you can elect to make donations directly through the payroll system.Learn more
A bequest is a gift made through your will.Learn more
Other ways to contribute
Online bank transfer or donation by post.Learn more
If you give $10 a month it can provide the following things:
- 1 New Zealand youth through the Career Navigator programme for a year.
- A 1 year programme where students get to be mentored by employers to share real world knowledge and sessions to learn future skills.
Career Navigator is helping to reduce unemployment by opening up doors for students and equipping them with the correct skills for the future.
“Career Navigator taught me life skills and what to expect in the workforce.”
Nixon, 18, Career Navigator Student