Climb 4 Youth 2022

Support Climbers who will push themselves out of their comfort zone and experience discomfort that many young people feel every day.

Our Climbers will tackle the Hakarimata Northern Kauri Loop track as many times as they can in a 4 hour period – all while trying to achieve their fundraising goal through Givealittle. At 1,500 steps and 3kms per lap, Climbers will be proving that what they have inside them is greater than the obstacle they face.

All funds raised will support the mahi that the Graeme Dingle Foundation does with tamariki and rangatahi across the Waikato. This means helping us to continue delivering action packed value-based programmes that are sequenced to create a positive vehicle for change in young people aged 5 to 18 years old.

Ready to support the challenge? Please give generously and donate here.

The Breakdown:

What: A unique fundraising event that involves climbing the Hakarimata Upper Lookout track, as many times as Climbers can in 4 hours.
When: Saturday 14th May 2022, 8:00 am – 12:00 noon
Purpose: To fundraise for the Graeme Dingle Foundation Waikato so that we can continue providing a transformational journey to help our young people become more confident and resilient, find their purpose and strive to achieve success.

We want every young person to know that what they have inside is greater than any obstacle.  What better way than to role model overcoming a challenge yourself.

To show your support, please donate here.

Every $1 we fundraise and invest provides benefits of $7.80 back into our communities.

More Details:

The Track: From our base at the Parker Road car park Climbers start with a long flight of steps to the track junction of the loop walk. Continuing straight they continue climbing steps past Nīkau palms to the Upper Lookout with excellent views of Huntly and the north Waikato lakes.  Then, return through the stunning Kauri Loop Track, which is past one of the largest kauri trees in the Waikato (estimated to be over a thousand years old).  Re-join the track at the junction and return down the steps to the car park.  Repeating this as many times as Climbers can in 4 hours!
Elevation Gain: 260m per lap
Steps: 1,500 per lap
Fundraising: Climbers and have set up Givealittle pages to help them achieve their fundraising goals! Support our Climbers – please give generously here.