Kids New Zealand

Organizations

Drug Free Sport NZ

Drug Free Sport NZ

Drug Free Sport NZ an organisation that aims to provide a sporting environment free of banned doping methods for New Zealand sport and athletes.

The NZOCGA responded to this by instituting a testing programme for all athletes who were in contention for selection to the New Zealand team at those Games. The Hillary Commission (now Sport and Recreation New Zealand - SPARC) contributed to the cost of that programme and the overseeing committee was convened by Ian Boyd.

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Sport Waikato

Sport Waikato

Sport Waikato was founded in 1986 to cover the area from Coromandel to Turangi and Waihi to Kawhia, with a population of approximately 382,000. Each person is a potential client of Sport Waikato, its role being to get and keep the communities of the region active.

In sport, planned exercise, active recreation and incidental activity, Sport Waikato believes there are physical, social and psychological benefits for participants and the whole community.

Sport Waikato programmes and services are available for all communities with a particular focus on young people. We are committed to:

Sport Manawatu

sport and active recreation in the Manawatu. We are committed to promoting physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle, our work includes developing capability of coaches and clubs, working with schools, running community events, attracting significant sports events to the area and more. We have been active as a charitable trust since 1987 serving the Manawatu, Tararua and Horowhenua. Our vision is everyone active everyday.

Contact:
Sport Manawatu
Phone: +64 6 357 5349
Fax: +64 6 358 1178
Email: webs...@sportmanawatu.org.nz

Outdoors New Zealand

Outdoors New Zealand was established in 1997 as the lead body supporting and representing outdoor recreation and education in New Zealand. We advocate for our members and promote safe, quality participation in the outdoors through innovative research, education, networking, consultancy and standards. Key priorities for ONZ are fostering collaboration and partnerships within the outdoor community, encouraging high quality standards and best practices, and advocating strongly for increased funding and programme support.

Swimming New Zealand

Swimming New Zealand

Swimming New Zealand is the National organisation that represents swimming - helping to ensure every New Zealander Swims to their potential.

Swimming is New Zealand’s third most popular recreational activity with 34.8 percent e.g. 1,139,812 New Zealanders choosing swimming as their preferred activity. New Zealanders swim for a variety of reasons including sport, recreation, and health benefits.

Swimming New Zealand provides advice and leadership to the New Zealand community on all matters pertaining to swimming.

Vission:

Feeling Great

Feeling Great

Feeling Great Encouraging Wellingtonians to feel great by having a healthy lifestyle and taking part in accessible and affordable recreational activities.

The Feeling Great monthly brochure is Wellington's guide to recreation and events. So get planning with your friends and family and make the most of what's on offer in Wellington this month.

Contact:
Feeling Great
Postal Address:
P.O. Box 2199,
Wellington, New Zealand
Phone: (04) 499 4444
Fax: (04) 801 3124
Email: feel...@wcc.govt.nz
Website: http://www.feelinggreat.co.nz/

Rowing New Zealand

Rowing New Zealand

Rowing New Zealand has a proud and successful history, producing world class athletes who achieve international success. With 65 clubs, 135 schools, seven universities and thousands of volunteers and supporters, they've played an important role in New Zealand's sporting life for well over a century.

Clubs New Zealand

Clubs New Zealand

Clubs New Zealand provides many administrative and business services for member clubs throughout New Zealand. The Association is located in Wellington and is deeply involved in representing the club movement in Parliament, and at national, departmental, industry and commercial levels.

Member clubs are supported by ongoing training services and regular updates . Clubs New Zealand's objective is to provide a constant point for support and information in an ever-changing world.

Contact:
Clubs New Zealand
Postal Address:
P.O. Box 11749
Wellington 6034
New Zealand

Sport and Recreation NZ

Sport and Recreation NZ

At SPARC (Sport & Recreation New Zealand) we're dedicated to getting New Zealanders enjoying and excelling through sport and recreation.

Over the next six years, we will focus on providing opportunities for New Zealanders to participate in recreation every day and getting more New Zealanders winning on the world stage.

We invest more than $70 million each year to achieve our vision, which is:

Everyone. Every day. Enjoying and excelling through sport and recreation.

To achieve this we have identified five priority areas:

  1. Young New Zealanders (0-18 years)

Itchy Kids

Itchy Kids

Eczema can be managed and some kids will grow out of it. Getting familiar with eczema and what eczema means for your child takes some time and is a journey. You can’t know it all at once. Each situation, each flare helps you better understand your child’s eczema. Each good and bad period will give you new information for next time. Eventually you will find yourself an expert in what eczema is for your family. You will spot trouble on the horizon and head it off at the pass or lessen its effects. The good periods will be longer.