We're proud to be supported by many generous businesses and community organisations throughout New Zealand!

If you’d like to learn more about partnering with us, and how we can help engage your team members and show your community that you’re supporting Kiwi kids, we’d love to hear from you.


 

Sponsors

“Special people, Special company” embodies Mainfreight and its unique culture.  They have developed a style of doing business, successful not only in New Zealand, but around the world.

Mainfreight have been supporters of Life Education for 10 years and their ongoing belief in what we do has enabled us to undertake some long term projects with sound financial backing.
 

Our partnership began in 2012 with an annual fundraising opportunity in store.

For over 5 years The Warehouse have supported us to continue our shift to a digital platform and extend the learning experience outside of the mobile classroom. 

 

Cigna is committed to supporting Kiwi families to lead healthy & happy lives - from nutrition to fitness and mental wellbeing.  Cigna have had Kiwis’ backs for 100 years, giving peace of mind to more than 350,000 New Zealanders with a range of insurance products.

Partnering with Life Education Trust in 2018, Cigna are committed to supporting improved mental health education in our schools.

 

 

At Dove they have a mission to ensure that the next generation grows up enjoying a positive relationship with the way they look – helping young people to raise their self-esteem and realise their full potential.

Since 2004, the Dove Self Esteem Project has already educated over 20 million young people in bodyconfidence and self-esteem.

Life Education provides training workshops for teachers on how to deliver the Confident Me workshop developed under the Dove Self-Esteem Project. 

  Apparelmaster joined the Life Education sponsor family in 2015 and we’re thrilled with their enthusiasm for getting behind Life Education’s work.
 
Apparelmaster are masters of fully managed workwear and workplace rental solutions. All their outlets are kiwi owner operated, making them the only truly nationwide New Zealand owned and operated network providing workwear and laundry solutions.

 

 

The Netsafe Online Safety Grant has been designed to provide financial support to research, projects and service initiatives that aim to reduce harmful digital communications, or lessen the harm caused by harmful digital communications. This includes activities that aim to prevent or reduce the impact of online bullying, harassment, abuse, revenge porn (also known as image based abuse) and/or other forms of online abuse and intimidation.

 

             

 

 

ASG supports individuals to fulfil their education and lifelong learning.

ASG was established in Australia in 1974 by a group of parents passionate about giving their children the best start in life through education. In 1990 ASG was introduced in New Zealand and has been helping families for over 25 years.

Funders

Partners

The Feel Brave partnership brings the Feel Brave books, strategies and resources into the Life Education’s mobile classrooms along with award winning UK based NZ author Avril McDonald’s expertise in being able to get powerful self-regulation strategies and emotional intelligence across to children through characters and stories.

Feel Brave aims to give all children access to tools that help them manage tough emotions and reach their potential (think ‘Peppa Pig meet’s Tony Robbins’). Each Feel Brave book tells a story about a real-life situation that children may face and offers a really simple strategy to cope with it.