The OneStaff Fight For Christchurch are excited to support two Charities whose hard work and dedication are making a real difference to the lives of Kiwi kids. Together, we aim to raise more than $200,000, which goes directly toward supporting the programs and people who need it most. Join your contender in supporting the Conductive Education Canterbury and Cure Kids Charitable Trusts.
Cure Kids was established by Rotary in 1971 as the Child Health Research Foundation. Since then, they have helped save and improve the lives of thousands of kids both here in New Zealand and around the world. They’ve invested more than $40 million in research which has helped shape and change the way children who live with serious diseases and health conditions are diagnosed and treated.
As the largest funder of child health research outside the government, Cure Kids are truly making a difference to the health and well-being of children in New Zealand.
Cure Kids New Zealand is proudly supported by the following OneStaff Fight For Christchurch Contenders:
- Chris Timbs
- Laura Devine
- Mananui Ramsden
- Michael Calder
- Quintin Poole
- Scott Kelly
- Sharaine Barrett
- Steve Bailey
Conductive Education Canterbury is an Early Intervention Programme for preschool children who are living with developmental delays and disorders. The preschool was established in Christchurch in 1992 by a group of passionate parents and has in the last twenty-five years supported hundreds of children with disabilities to develop skills to prepare them for life - giving the children the ability to be active in their life and community.
By focussing on the needs of the child and their family groups, Conductive Education helps ensure that children living with different abilities can strive to the best they can be.
Conductive Education Canterbury is proudly supported by these OneStaff Fight For Christchurch Contenders:
- Benji Oppan
- Jason Lovelock
- Justin Wallace
- Kimberly Rose
- Sam Tatterton
- Steve Alfeld