by James Harris l General Manager (Welly)
Thursday, September 21, 2017
At our relaunch event, young people, volunteers and supporters alike heard stories from 3 generations of Zeal kids, listened to jazz and acoustic tunes from our amazing young artists, and saw the crew unveil our new venture – aimed at breaking the cycle of youth unemployment.
At the event, we unveiled the plans for our new Creative Studio. Headed up by visual arts whizz Pete Morris, our new project will provide pathways to education, work experience and first time employment in the design and branding industry.
Our Break The Cycle campaign is being made possible by inviting people to partner with us financially to make the Creative Studio dream come to life. Since the event, we have had a bunch of people sign up to give regularly to help the rangatahi of our country – but we are still shy of our target.
If you would like to contribute and make a real difference in Aotearoa, you can find out how at zeal.nz/breakthecycle.