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Become a Tania Dalton Foundation Partner.

The Foundation is thrilled with the progress made to date, we are committed to increasing the Foundation’s impact. To help us we are looking for a partners who shares our vision and goals.

The Tania Dalton Foundation has achieved phenomenal traction since its inception. We have had an excellent level of media coverage. Our network of high profile sports people is helping deliver mentoring support. We have a volunteer network that is passionate and engaged.

Partnering with the Tania Dalton Foundation will mean that you’re engaging with a credible charity.

The breadth and reach of our supporters is immense. Together we can make a difference. Epic potential requires Epic support.

Volunteer.

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MENTOR

‘Mentoring aims to provide a purposeful, structured and trusting relationship, that brings young people together with caring individuals who offer guidance, support and encouragement’. NZ Youth Mentoring Network

Being a Mentor is an opportunity to have a huge impact in a young person’s life and to contribute in a positive way to developing their full potential; but it is equally about how that special relationship can reward and enrich the life of the Mentor.

The word Mentor has its origins in Greek mythology and traditionally referred to a wise guide, teacher or counsellor.

Research shows that mentors benefit from:

- a sense of achievement

- a better understanding of young adults

- more effective communication skills

- improved knowledge and skills

- greater self-confidence and enhanced self-image

- a culturally and socially enriched life through developing a caring and positive relationship.

Join our team of mentors.