Parafed Waikato

  • Waikato Paraplegic & Physically Disabled Association facilitates sporting, leisure and recreational opportunities for people with physical disabilities in the Waikato. Parafed Waikato has committed to growing disabled sports  programmes and in conjunction with local clubs offer trainings and competition.

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Perry Outdoor Education Trust (POET)

The Perry Outdoor Education  Trust (POET) was created in 2003 to offer outdoor education programmes to low-decile schools. The programme is... More

Other Community Investments

BPCT invests significantly in a wide range of community projects and organisations; other community investments that the Trust is involved with... More

The Home of Cycling Charitable Trust

The Avantidrome, the National Cycling Centre of Excellence was officially opened on 12 April 2014, by their Royal Highnesses the Duke &... More

POET Head Start Scholarships

ABOUT This application is open to students attending (or graduated in the last two years) schools in the Waikato in which Perry Outdoor Education... More

Te Awa River Ride

One of the Trust's key projects is the development of Te Awa: The Great New Zealand River Ride. The concept is to create a shared cycle/walkway... More

Swimming Waikato

The Brian Perry Charitable Trust began working alongside Swimming Waikato in 2012. Swimming Waikato incorporates 23 swimming clubs from across the... More

Brian Perry Classic

The inaugural Brian Perry Classic was held in March 2010. The tournament was created in honour of Brian Perry’s commitment to sport and to the... More

Adastra Foundation

The Adastra Foundation provides awards and mentoring support to talented young athletes and musicians. Over 300 scholarships have been awarded... More