In your community
We genuinely care about having a positive impact in the community. You can find out the latest news about our sponsorships and partnerships here.
Rangitoto Coastline Clean Up
Maintaining NZ’s clean green image is a responsibility the whole community can get behind, and AAI recognised we could do our bit to help. So recently a group of staff volunteers rolled up their sleeves and teamed up with Sea Cleaners to spend a day cleaning up the Rangitoto Island coastline.
New training gear helps Otara soccer club
When you only have seven kids to make a full soccer team, instead of 11, things can be a little tough. Add to that a shortage of volunteers and coaches, and the financial strain of a club that’s endured multiple break-ins and thefts, and it could all seem too bleak to go on.
Helping students become financially literate
Most kids tend to believe that money grows on trees, until they must start paying for things themselves. It can often be a hard lesson to learn, but last month 30 Pasifika students from three South Auckland schools had a crash course in one of the most important parts of finance: insurance.
AAI keeps it reel with Kids’ Gone Fishin’ events
Often described a Kiwi obsession, fishing gives children a chance to spend quality time with their family, be outdoors and away from gaming consoles. Yet, many children have never held a fishing rod, let alone experienced the thrill of hooking ‘the big one’.
Family fishing fun – the reel deal
The annual Blue Light Kids Gone Fishin’ event is all about the simple things in life; hanging out with family, enjoying the sun as well as a morning’s fishing over the Waitemata Harbour at Wynyard Quarter. The Auckland event, held over the city’s anniversary weekend in late January, kick started a line of events throughout the country.