‘How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it.’
George Elliston

 

Kind Hearts Trust Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors bring heart and mana to our Vision and Purpose and we are very grateful to have these Kind Hearts as Ambassadors for our Charity.

Dr Farah Palmer

Ngati Mahuta (Waikato) & Ngati Waiora (Ngati Maniapoto); Senior Lecturer in the School of Management at Massey University; Co-Director of Te Au Rangahau (Maori Business & Leadership Research Centre) at Massey University; 10 years with the Black Ferns; NZRU Board Member; NZ Women in Leadership Committee.

I was honoured to be asked to be an Ambassador for the Kind Hearts Movement because I believe in it.  Kindness, aroha and manaakitanga are values and actions I try to live and breathe every day and I am a true believer that acts of kindness (big and small) do create a positive ripple effect on others and the community.

Aaron and Heather Freeman

Kia Ora / Kia Orana. We are Aaron and Heather Freeman, owners and directors of our own local food truck the Evil Stepson, and catering company Tatou Pacific Cuisine. We are proud parents of two beautiful girls, Halle and Sanaa.

We became Ambassadors for Kind Hearts Trust because we believe wholeheartedly that acts of kindness, no matter how large or small, can be the true catalyst for positive change at all levels of society, while also being one of the simplest things to challenge oneself to do regularly.

Leading from the front is something that comes naturally to both of us as parents, and it has always remained an important commitment to us that our children, in particular, don’t have to try and look too far to catch us in the act of excellence or kindness and are inspired to continue our example, and pass it on.


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Kind Hearts Trust is a registered charity under the Charities Act 2005, registered number CC52901.
Kind Hearts Trust has Donee Status from IRD, meaning donations of $5 or more qualify for a tax credit.