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Our Joint Sustainability Venture

Earthwise is proud to partner with Toimata Foundation to provide funding for sustainability driven projects across the Enviroschools and Te Aho Tū Roa networks. The new funding is being directed to on the ground community initiatives where it can make a real difference.

“With sustainability at the heart of everything we do, this network shares a very similar ethos to us.  To continue to empower the next generation of young people and make a meaningful difference in communities across New Zealand.” – Jamie Peters, Managing Director & Owner – Earthwise Group Ltd

The large Enviroschools network, of over 1300 schools and early childhood centres, is now able to access a funding boost for their projects via the Earthwise Action Fund.  In Te Aho Tū Roa, funds will go to some of the inspiring projects in the Māori communities that Toimata works with.  These sustainable initiatives are important for many reasons – community resilience, manaakitanga, developing practical skills, whanaungatanga, financial literacy, intergenerational learning, financial savings, youth entrepreneurship, advancing the green/circular economy and more.

“We are delighted to be working with Earthwise to bring this opportunity to our nationwide networks. There are so many inspiring initiatives in the Enviroschools and Te Aho Tū Roa networks, and we would love to see more of them reach their potential with a funding boost.” Kristen Price, General Manager, Toimata Foundation

Current Projects

Project: NGATAKI SCHOOL
Region: Te Taitokerau – Northland

Project: WAINUI BEACH SCHOOL
Region: Tairāwhiti – Gisborne

Coming Soon

HILLPARK
KINDERGARTEN

Tāmaki Makaurau – Auckland

LINCOLN
HIGH
SCHOOL

Waitaha – Canterbury

SPOTSWOOD
COLLEGE

Taranaki

MATANGI
KURA

Waikato

LEES STREET
KINDERGARTEN

Murihiku – Southland

WHAREAMA
SCHOOL

Te Upoko o te Ika a Māui
– Wellington Region

ŌPOHO
SCHOOL

Ōtākou – Otago

OPUNAKE COMMUNITIES
KINDERGARTEN

Taranaki

KIDSFIRST KINDERGARTENS
LINCOLN

Waitaha – Canterbury

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