“The Serve for New Zealand initiative is a way for Kiwis to remember the service of others in the past” (HRH Prince Harry).

Serve for New Zealand 2016 saw over 6600 hours pledged by over 4400 individuals all over New Zealand. Here are some of the inspirational stories and projects that took place before and on Anzac Day 2016:

Sir Peter Blake Trust

A phenomenal 240 hours were pledged by The Sir Peter Blake Trust Enviro Leaders’ Forum (YELF) 2016, who spent a day volunteering with Sam Johnson at locations around the Nelson region.

Click here to watch these wonderful students share the spirit of service and Serve for NZ! 

Student Volunteer Army
The UC Student Volunteer Army, University of Canterbury staff and Canterbury locals planted 2000 native trees (including Tōtara, Mataī and Kahikatea which will grow for decades to come!) at Woodend in Christchurch.

Check out their amazing efforts that took place before Anzac Day 2016 in the videos below!

Media from Serve for New Zealand 2016:

Serve for New Zealand is launched on February 22 2016

HRH Prince Harry backs Serve for New Zealand 2016

Prince Harry backs UC SVA’s call to serve NZ

Prince Harry backs Anzac Day initiative

Student Volunteer Army (former) Vice-President Tessa chats to Breakfast about the launch of Serve for New Zealand 2016

Radio NZ encourages Kiwi’s to pledge their time to Serve for New Zealand

Kiwi kids encouraged to help in their communities with help from Serve for New Zealand

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