Mon, 18 Jun 2012 7:00p.m.
They make food, then take it out to the city's poorest communities, and give it to the children who live there, six nights a week.
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10/04/2013 6:11:19 p.m.
Iqbal Theba wrote:
Great work, you guys really inspire!
21/02/2013 10:37:45 a.m.
hahahaha omg that was my brother with the mouth full.... owww gross dont talk with your mouth full, little brother
29/11/2012 8:17:04 p.m.
love the help they supply and all the kids smiling.. im trying to get a house and that be part of our prob over
11/09/2012 5:28:07 p.m.
It's very sad to see what some families are going through & to see this is happening within our own community has just given us the motivation to get up & do something about it. The biggest reward is making a difference or at least trying too. So we are starting this here in Auckland too, we are looking for more volunteers, so if you'd like to become a volunteer, please email us at email@example.com.
7/09/2012 8:39:58 a.m.
Ivan Aluni wrote:
Thats a excellent story on the food van.why dosnt government funded programs start this as a regular .instead of paying workers ,deal with volenteers ,to get this service running,got to wonder if some agency,s are doing it for the rip or for love of the children.pretenders watch out.
5/09/2012 1:16:40 a.m.
Te Riini wrote:
Thank god Campbell live you are finally reporting on real problems not that stuff that is on your program.
30/06/2012 12:37:31 p.m.
Even the best of parents have trouble with unexpected health expenses. 100 doctors bills throws the whole budget out. There are poor people out there I am all for being charitable. Good on these people, Ive even been out with them. There is need drive around your community you will see it.
25/06/2012 10:01:06 p.m.
This made me quite proud to be a kiwi ! I live overseas and miss the generous spirit of New Zealanders . I live in the middle east and there is not such a warm sense of community.There will be many different reasons why parents cant make ends meet.Times really are tough .
21/06/2012 9:32:52 p.m.
i was real sad watching this i felt bad for the kids and realize how lucky i was, i really want to donate money to these people how do i do that?
21/06/2012 8:02:02 p.m.
local kiwi wrote:
Yes times are time and thank goodness for the SVDP However having seen both sides of the fence while its tough living on benefits at least in NZ you do get help, so while so do genuinly strike hard times there are a number who abuse our countries generous nature. NZ does have to change tack and stop being a welfare country. If the trouble does hit the fan then yes it is good to be able to have a support system for people however support is not a choice it is a need
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