Home Sponsors and Partners Sponsorship Opportunities Donate? We are grateful to those who aid us in building healthy...

Donate? We are grateful to those who aid us in building healthy community

As a not-for-profit organisation, Vector Group Charitable Trust, relies on your business support, sponsors and personal donations. In order for us to be sustainable and grow as a community, we need your help in building healthy community in Te Puke and surrounding districts.

Did you know… you can claim one third of all charitable donations as a tax rebate. CLICK HERE for more information about this.

Our mentoring, events and youth hub initiatives will in turn impact the youth and community of Te Puke and surrounding districts.  Our vision is to impact and make a difference in our community, particularly around belonging, jobs, mentoring, collaboration and fun.

We need your support, financially, software, and volunteers in a wide variety of relational projects building healthy community together.

Get in touch with us today and join in on our journey of fun and collaboration.

Tax Credits Info

Tax credit for donations http://www.ird.govt.nz/income-tax-individual/tax-credits/donations-taxcredits/donations-taxcredits.html#max

How to claim your tax rebates? http://www.ird.govt.nz/non-profit/np-donations/claiming/np-donations-claiming-tax-credits.html

We are on the List of Donee organisations http://www.ird.govt.nz/donee-organisations/donee-organisations-index.html

Stay connected on Social 😉

12,859FansLike
1,812FollowersFollow
24,383FollowersFollow
3,611SubscribersSubscribe

Latest article

pink shirt day bully

Pink Shirt Day 2019

Pink Shirt Day is on Friday 17 May in 2019. Join the movement to stop bullying and spread aroha and kindness!
one chance youth awards 2019

One Chance Youth Awards

The annual OneChance Youth Awards are back for 2019! Now in its 3rd year, the awards will...
te puke throwdown national dance battle

Te Puke Showdown – National Dance Battle

A WBOPDC funded Te Puke COLAB YED project. A Creative Communities funded project.

Police announce non-emergency number – it’s 105

At 10:05 am on the today, New Zealand Police launched 105 (“ten five”), the eagerly anticipated number for the public to report non-emergency situations...

“We are more than you see” “He wai hōhonu a mātou”

Youth Week 2019 will be held 18 - 26 May 2019!
video

Te Puke Vigil unifies community in the wake of the Christchurch Mosque shootings

Thank you to everyone who showed their support and care in our community tonight. A give-a-little page has also been setup...