Join us for a FREE inspirational one-day event for students in year 6-8, that sheds light on global inequality and how leadership with purpose can make a real difference. 

World Vision NZ presents a fun-filled leadership programme that will build on the existing potential of your students and develop them further as global citizens.

The day is designed to spark a passion for justice in young Kiwis and equip them with leadership tools to lead the 40 Hour Famine in their schools.  
 
The 40 Hour Famine gives young New Zealanders the opportunity to consider injustice in our world, find their place and influence within it and then the necessary tools to take meaningful social action, locally, nationally and globally.

Don't miss out on this amazing event!

Save the date! Bookings open February 2019

Save the date! Bookings open February 2019
All events are FREE to attend for 4 students and a teacher
Students are required to have a teacher or guardian with them for the entire day and need to bring their lunch, a notebook and pen. Teachers receive a free lunch and morning tea to thank you for your time.

There are three events being held across New Zealand. Save the date! Bookings open February 2019.
Christchurch | May 1, Oxford Terrace Baptist Church
Wellington | May 2, The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt
Auckland | May 3, Victory Convention Centre

Not an event near you? Contact us and let us know! There might be other schools travelling from your region and we may be able to support you with transport.

“I love that the leadership day showed me ways of how I can help other kids in a different part of the world who don’t have what we have. I also loved how we learnt about our personalities by using types of animals. This helped me understand me and my friends' personalities much better"

- Primary School student

Want to know more about this event? 

If you have any questions about registering or would like to know more about the 40 Hour Famine Leaders' day, please contact us on 0800 800 776, or email schools@worldvision.org.nz