Insights and News

Volunteers make all the difference at Life Education

From starry ceilings, and Christmas parades to truly transformative experiences, our volunteers collect incredible memories with Life Education. But they give even more. Volunteers donate more than 23,000 hours each year to support our work. We’re grateful to our volunteer Trustees and here we highlight the stories of three. More here.

Support Life Ed through Z Energy's Good in the Hood campaign

In June Z Energy are giving away $700,000 to 10 charities across Aotearoa. Help Life Education receive a share of the funds by voting for us at your local station. More here.

Happening with Harold

Find out the latest from Life Education in our April Happening with Harold newsletter... More here.

Eleven-day cycle voyage raises funds to support Life Education

On 13 March a team of 25 cyclists and their support crew started their journey from Marlborough Sounds to Milford Sound, pedalling close to 1400 km to raise funds for Life Education Trust.

Joes Garage Charity Cycle Riders - from Taranaki, are a group of passionate individuals dedicated to riding to support the health and wellbeing of kiwi kids. More here.

Partnering to support children as mental health statistics decline

Life Education Trust NZ and Anxiety NZ have come together to support young people’s mental health and wellbeing to thrive. Launching new initiative Healthy Minds, they aim to empower young people to grow their hauora and meet challenges with resilience. More here.

Collaborating to increase financial literacy

Through our collaboration with Banqer, we've launched a new initiative to further support financial literacy post our SMART$ Education-in-Theatre performances. More here.

Anxiety and mental health issues rife among young people

School leaders are reporting anxiety is the single biggest issue effecting children today. More here.

Supporting schools to bounce back

The exposure to emotional stress during lockdown may have put a strain on the mental health and wellbeing of many families. Now it is more important than ever to strengthen students’ resilience and their understanding of ways to achieve good mental health. More here.