It’s the time of year when we celebrate and recognise all the wonderful people and their hard work that go into making your KickStart Breakfast Clubs so special.
Nominations close this Friday, and there are three awards up for grabs:
KickStart Breakfast Club of the Year - recognising a breakfast club that ‘excels in delivering a quality programme for their students, school and community’
KickStart Breakfast Unsung Hero Award recognises the selfless contribution that volunteers make to their club
KickStart Breakfast Student Champion Award recognises students who have shown an exceptional and outstanding commitment to their club
You can read and watch the stories of last year’s winners for inspiration on our site – here’s the story of Flaxmere’s Irongate School, the 2014 KickStart Breakfast Club of the year:
Entries close this Friday 31 July, so don’t wait to send in your nominations.
NaeNae College’s Nathan Wilkinson was KickStart Breakfast Student Champion 2014:
We know there are some amazing Unsung Heroes, incredible Student Champions or just an all round fantastic KickStart Breakfast Club and we want to hear about them!
Celia Roche of Porirua’s Holy Family School was the KickStart Breakfast Unsung Hero of 2014:
KickStart Breakfast is a partnership between Fonterra, Sanitarium with support from the New Zealand Government to provide free school breakfasts of Anchor milk and Weet-Bix to all New Zealand schools – find out more.