FOR the community, BY the community
DreamCatchers WorldWide charity specialises in working with vulnerable community groups including tots, toddlers, youth, teenagers, elderly, those with disabilities or learning difficulties and more. We provide services including Community Dance classes, Volunteering Opportunities, Academic Workshops, Homework Hubs, Fitness and Wellbeing, Technology Classes, Movement & Mindfulness, Yoga, Team Building sessions, Writing Workshops and more...
For more information contact:
TEL: 021 083 74545
D r e a m C a t c h e r s W o r l d W i d e
If you are interested in getting involved in some way or would like to donate or invest in DreamCatchers WorldWide please don't hesitate to contact us. We are always looking for investors or sponsors to help support the great work we are doing.
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Registered Charitable Trust - CC52866
Thank you to every single person who donated towards FEED4ALL 2019. It was our first time holding the event at the Santarelli School of Dance and it was a great success!
The teamwork and whanaungatanga during the event was beautiful. We were able to work with so many different organisations this year and so many people benefited from your donations so thank you so much!
If you would like to sponsor, donate or volunteer for FEED4ALL 2020 please get in contact.
Movement & Mindfulness for Tots
We use different techniques to encourage confidence, development, growth and enhancing motor skills with maths, music and dance. Strengthening listening skills and maturity with our little ones to create little leaders whilst having loads of fun!
Please enquire if you would like to hold a workshop or ongoing class at your studio, kindergarten or school.
ASTEL Learning Hub
This free drop-in homework/study centre for students (High school, Intermediate, English Language etc) runs twice a week in Mount Roskill (Thurs) and Mangere (Tues).
You are most welcome to attend if you need help with studies. Our community tutors are ready to help you!
- Dr Charles Dwamena & Jazmine Cox
Smart Tech for the Elderly
Do you need help understanding the world of technology?
Do things seem to go too fast, with an ever changing language?
What is the different between a GB and a "double tap"?
Join our Saturday class for help with your device. Aimed for complete beginners, but all are welcome!
Held at Sandringham Community Centre, every Saturday. Times TBC for 2020 Term 1.