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We believe in the power of physical activity to enrich lives
Being active has multiple benefits for all ages - from physical health to mental wellbeing. That’s why we’re out there supporting kids and their families to develop healthy lifestyles, delivering fundamental skills programmes in schools, helping young women build their confidence through physical activity and encouraging women of all ages to get active and try something new. Because it's not just about being active - it's about being active for life.
Active Families || The free programme helping whānau lead healthier lifestyles
In the 2019-20 financial year the free community-based programme known as Active Families helped 68 tamariki and rangatahi and their whānau get active and learn more about healthy eating.
Developing strong wāhine
This year more 20 young women have developed their confidence and discovered their inner strength through a unique programme that uses sport and recreation activities to drive positive change.
GO4it school programme goes online
What do you do with a fundamental movement skills programme when all students are sent home during a nationwide lockdown? Our team got creative and took the GO4it programme online!
Wāhine Tū, Wāhine Toa - Spring Starter Series
Sport NZ research that shows females spend 12 per cent less time participating in physical activities in any given week than males. In September 2019 our Spring Starter Series helped over 296 women from throughout the Bay of Plenty try a new recreational activity.