Free the bears! The amazing story of Mary Hutton’s life mission to free and rehabilitate abused bears.
Tara-Lee teaches teenagers from diverse backgrounds in a school in South Auckland, she inspires these young people to reach their full potential through the medium of art and American Football.
Our newest CALI Award recipient is Holly-ann Martin who worked as a teacher’s assistant for 25 years, until she found her real purpose in life, helping children to feel safe. Holly delivers critical Abuse Prevention Education in remote communities.
Our latest CALI Award Winner is Stephanie Lorenzo who is dedicated to combating human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
The CALI Award goes to Charlotte Squire, the founder and creative director of Happyzine – a New Zealand based positive news website. Why did she start this project? Let’s find out…
Our latest CALI Award winner is Sera Harris who takes us inside a program that gives disadvantaged young people new chances through art and music.
Our latest CALI Award Winner is Ronni Khan who was stunned by the amount of food wasted by the hospitality industry and she decided to do something about it.
Our newest CALI Award winner is Joanne Gianotto who has dedicated so much of her time to volunteering for the NSW State Emergency Services.
Our latest CALI Award winners, Rick and Kerry-Ann Mapperson help at risk families stay together under one roof. Their work gives families the skills to overcome great obstacles and their story is inspirational!
Our latest CALI Award winner is Dr. Freda Briggs, who has spent her life working to improve child protection laws and the safety of children around the world. Her fight is hugely important and we are thrilled to bring you her story.