Twenty-one years ago, co-founders Graeme Dingle and Jo-Anne Wilkinson had a vision to improve New Zealand’s negative youth statistics. Through their national organisation they have helped almost 200,000 young kiwis become more confident, find purpose and direction, and achieve success.
The Graeme Dingle Foundation runs highly successful school based programmes- Kiwi Can, Stars, Career Navigator and Project K, along with MYND (an Auckland based programme for youth offenders).
With University research partners, the Graeme Dingle Foundation programmes are proven to improve attitudes and behaviours, improve academic outcomes, help young people set and achieve goals, boost self-confidence, reduce truancy rates and at risk behaviours such as substance abuse: and help young people feel more positive about the future.
Our programmes are proven and sequence together to create a positive vehicle for change in young kiwis 5-18 years old. They focus on the needs of children and youth in their communities. This is what we call The Transformational Journey- a journey that helps to create positive community change, that you can be a part of...
For more information visit www.dinglefoundation.org.nz