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Be Intent Youth

by Sarah Rennie

Be Intent Youth Ltd is going global with our technology platform that helps youth to become inspired and resilient.

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Chariot Ridesharing Limited

by Thomas Kiefer

Chariot is an app that connects people who are travelling by car in the same direction. Making use of spare seats for one off ride-shares.

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Parent Interviews

by Indy Griffiths

Parent Interviews is event management made easy for schools and institutions. Come join us as we go global.

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New Christian School for Wellington

by Wellington Christian Education Trust

Leave a legacy for future generations! Help us buy the land to found a one-of-a-kind, co-ed Christian college in Wellington.

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by Hamilton Homeless Trust

We have kindly been offered the use of an acre of land to create a community garden - now we need a loo!

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Camp Canine Expansion

by Emma Forbes

Camp Canine is a small dog daycare and grooming facility located in Pukekohe, Auckland looking to expand.

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