Our programme has evolved thanks to the passion, drive and generous support of individuals and organisations in our community who also want to transform the futures of children and young adults in Whangarei and Northland.
The community has demonstrated its willingness to get behind our children and schools from the very beginning. We continue to focus on securing more funding so we can expand the programme and ensure its longevity.
We wish to thank the following people and organisations that have generously given their time to champion our cause;
Peter and Nikki Davies-Colley
Through private investment.
Northpower Fibre, our founding partner, provides valuable and ongoing support.
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20-20 Trust runs the Computers in Homes programme and works with us to provide cybersmart training for whānau. They also provide internet access subsidies to ensure all of our programme participants can extend their learning at home.
Northpower, alongside Northpower Fibre, is a supporting partner. Financial support from local companies and the administrative facilities shared and provided by these two partners are invaluable.
Orbit Audits is a full service auditing firm that proves auditing services to Northland businesses, clubs and not for for profit organisations. Orbit Audits specialise in providing services in the following areas; Financial Audits, System Reviews, Fraud Investigation and Gaming Audits.
Yovich Hayward Pevats Johnston Ltd has been operating as Chartered Accountants in Whangarei and Northland since 1968. We have earned an enviable reputation for consistently achieving results that makes us one of Northland’s premier accounting firms today. Our success stems from a combination of astute business skills, friendly, motivated, educated staff, and a genuine commitment to delivering superior customer service.
The Oxford Sports Trust Inc distribute funds within the areas from which the funds are derived from for the promotion of amateur sport, charitable purposes and the promotion of race meetings. Grants may be made for recognized charitable purposes with in the areas from which the funds are derived from including the relief of poverty, advancement of education, advancement of religion or other purposes beneficial to the community.
The local Kiwibank team in Whangarei have been outstanding to deal with and fantastic supporters of the Trust and its activities. Kiwibank payment facilities and the generous rates at which the Trust can access them on behalf of parents will be the key plank in delivering equitable access to technology for our whanau.