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    CONSIDER FUNDING OUR RITES OF PASSAGE WORK

    Whilst our events are essentially self-funding and the majority of our delivery is donated by skilled volunteers, the organisation has operational expenses to cover. These include training, community development and development of new programmes, along with three paid positions at our Takaka office. We currently employ two event coordinators and programme managers, one for the girls' and one for the boys' programmes and a part-time financial manager.

    As a charitable organisation, we welcome any financial support, however small and are hugely appreciative of all our donors.

    REGULAR DONATIONS

    In addition to applying for Government & Philanthropic Grants, we have been looking for different ways of funding our organisation. We started asking supporters within our Tracks and Tides community to financially support us by setting up monthly, fortnightly or in some cases even weekly payments.

    A Big Thank You to all the supporters who've helped us with their monthly pledges over the years. Your generosity continues to make a huge difference!

    So if you value the work we are doing and can spare a little (or a lot), we'd invite you to consider setting up an automatic payment. One off donations are always welcome too of course.

    BANK DETAILS FOR SETTING UP AUTOMATIC PAYMENT

    COMMUNITY & PHILANTHROPIC GRANTS

    The Rites of Passage Foundation would like to thank the funding organisations, regular sponsors and all the individuals who have supported us over the years.

    BENEFITS

    1. Access your potential
    2. Develop your personal identity and self-esteem
    3. Enhance your communication and social skills
    4. Trust your intuition
    5. Build constructive peer relationships
    6. Recognise your positive role within the family, community and society
    7. Embrace the responsibilities and privileges of manhood
    8. Transform this new knowledge into positive action in the wider community