Be a superhero for Kiwi kids this KidsCan National Mufti Day.
Change your office dress code and join many other businesses in brightening our children’s future on Friday 2nd September 2016. Register by 30 June and your business could win a morning tea shout.
KidsCan CEO and Co-Founder Julie Chapman says, “Mufti Day is a fun, simple fundraiser that any business can get involved with and feel good about helping kids who are living in hardship.”
All of the funds raised from Mufti Day go directly to helping KidsCan sustain its programmes and support children waiting for help.
Register online today: KidsCan.org.nz/MuftiDay . For more information, please contact Sebastian Mackay at Sebastian@KidsCan.org.nz or call +64 09 222 3465
The KidsCan Charitable Trust was co-founded in 2005 in a garage in Greenhithe, Auckland by Julie Chapman. Julie conducted an evaluation in 80 low decile schools, after hearing continuous media reports about New Zealand children going without the basics.
KidsCan was started with a generous $40,000 grant from Guardian Trust, now trading as Perpetual Guardian. Today KidsCan supports the education of thousands of children in 544 low decile schools throughout New Zealand, providing food, shoes, socks, fleece lined Vodafone Warriors branded raincoats and basic hygiene items. Their tangible programmes ensure disadvantaged children can get to and through the school gates in a better position to learn.