September 12, 2022

Why Mi9 supports Graeme Dingle Foundation

Why Mi9 supports Graeme Dingle Foundation

The Graeme Dingle Foundation is a leading child and youth development charity that works with New Zealand’s tamariki and rangatahi at different life stages, teaching key life skills to develop resilience, build self-belief and face their futures with more confidence.

Established in 1995, they work directly with schools and in communities across New Zealand, delivering programs to over 28,000 young people aged 5 to 24.

Using a combination of classrooms, community projects and adventures in the outdoors, students have access to inspirational leaders and mentors, who share the vision of the Foundation to ensure Aotearoa is the best place in the world to be young.

For over four years Mi9 has supported the Graeme Dingle Foundation by providing digital advertising to help them extend their reach to Mi9’s audience of 2.3 million Kiwis and enhance awareness of their brand and cause. 

Giving back to a community organisation that is committed to helping improve the future of Aotearoa is important to Mi9. Having operated in New Zealand for over 15 years, we  understand how important it is to have an inclusive and vibrant community, where everyone can realise their potential. Our youth are the key to the New Zealand of tomorrow, so Mi9 is proud to support the Graeme Dingle Foundation in the important work it does helping young Kiwis develop self-belief, confidence and unleash their full potential.

Stephanie Brown, National Business Development Manager at the Graeme Dingle Foundation, echoes this values alignment, stating “Over the past four years Mi9 has helped us raise awareness and help more Kiwi kids succeed, no matter their home situation. We are thankful for their ongoing support which helps us help more young people reach their full potential.”

In addition to our advertising support, our managing director Rhys Heron is also raising proceeds for the Graeme Dingle Foundation, by jumping off the Sky Tower on the 15th of September 2022. You can read more about this on his GiveaLittle page here, and read more about the Foundation and its work in the community here:

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