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Cancer Society NZ

The Cancer Society of New Zealand is the leading organisation dedicated to reducing the incidence of cancer and ensuring the best cancer care for everyone in New Zealand. The Waikato/Bay of Plenty division is the second largest division.

We are the leading cancer patient advocate in New Zealand, providing a voice on all kinds of issues including cancer detection and treatment.

An independent charity, we are 100% community-funded. Thanks to the generosity of our communities and the dedication of hundreds of volunteers around the region, our services are free.

We are dedicated to improving community well-being by minimising the impact and incidence of cancer.

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NZ Landcare Trust

NZ Landcare Trust (NZLT) is an independent, non government Charitable Trust established in 1996. The Trust's mission is ‘Sustainable land management through community involvement'. The Trust works on a range of environmental projects, from large catchment based projects that deal with complex landcare issues to smaller, landcare groups with a specific biodiversity focus.

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Soil & Health Association of NZ Inc.

The Soil & Health Association is the largest membership organisation supporting organic food and farming in New Zealand and one of the oldest organic organisations in the world, established in 1941.
We are committed to advocating our maxim “Healthy Soil – Healthy Food – Healthy People” and to creating an organic New Zealand. Our activities include:
- Publishing Organic NZ – New Zealand’s leading organics magazine
- Supporting the development of research into organics
- Promoting organic production methods
- Work to curb pesticide use, provide information and education on the effect of pesticides on health and the environment
- Support local and national initiatives to halt chemical trespass
- Work to keep NZ farming, our food supply and the environment free of genetic engineering, pesticides and additives
- Provide information to key stakeholders including growers and consumers on how to grow, buy and eat fresh, safe organic food and issues recontamination in the food chain
- Work on behalf of its members to lobby local and central Government – influencing future policy
- Operate the Project Gro fund to assist school, maraes and community gardens with financial support to establish or redevelop organic gardens or provide mentoring support

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The Peace Foundation Aotearoa/New Zealand

The Peace Foundation (Foundation for Peace Studies Aotearoa/New Zealand) offers innovative and quality programmes, services and resources that are used in many schools, homes and communities - both in New Zealand and overseas. It helps to establish and maintain peaceful and non-violent relationships by teaching skills that encourage better communication, co-operation and non-violent conflict resolution.

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Humanitix

Humanitix is a first of its kind events ticketing platform, is entirely non-profit and backed by Google and Atlassian. 

Our model is simple. 100% of our profits fund education projects in Aotearoa New Zealand and abroad. This means that at no extra cost to you, we transform your tickets into a force for good.

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Diabetes NZ

We are a charitable organisation that supports and educates people with diabetes, pre-diabetes and their family/whānau and friends, and advocate for them. We’ve been supporting Kiwis with information and resources to help identify and manage diabetes symptoms for more than 50 years. We have branches around the country and are looking to develop volunteer services in areas that presently have none.

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JCI Aotearoa New Zealand Inc

JCI is a global, not-for-profit organisation for 18 to 40 year olds. JCI members are from all backgrounds, cultures and professions but share one mission – to develop young leaders to have impact in their communities. With over 200,000 members in 100 countries, JCI members share the values and passion for making a difference in their local communities, connecting that impact internationally.

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UPTO

We strengthen communities by having youth and fun at the heart of everything we do. We coordinate all the unused resources, including people, to create events and activities that teach youth life skills and emerging technologies while fostering innovation, creativity and entrepreneurs.

We initially engage New Zealand in our platform with our online talent quest called 'Show Us Your Talent' where we encourage individuals or groups, who want to support youth, to go to any location in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific and create a video that showcases the location and their talent. These videos will be used to map out the regions in our mobile app as well as events in the map. It will also host a directory of businesses, community groups and organisations that cater to youth. Registration information is then used as a marketing platform for youth organisations and used to coordinate the events and activities.

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P.S. Our Beaches

P.S. Our Beaches (Plastic Solution for Our Beaches) is an organisation working to rid our environment of single-use plastics. Since its establishment in 2016, P.S. Our Beaches has expanded with members right across the country and as far as Portugal and Thailand. In this time, we have initiated litter audits, awareness posts on sustainability initiatives and short interviews with organisations such as DoC and UNESCO to raise the profile of environmental issues.

Our work involves:

(a) Developing a network of young people passionate about reducing plastic waste

(b) Initiating local beach cleanups, litter audits and promoting zero waste initiatives.

(c) Increasing public knowledge through the arts, poetry and plastic free campaigns

(d) Developing technologies to decrease the impact these plastic have on our oceans and marine life.

(e) Facilitating and promoting conferences to assist young New Zealanders to develop an awareness of global environmental issues.

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