Kahu Youth would like to thank:  

Funding Organisations
– Central Lakes Trust
– Lotteries Grants Board
– Queenstown Lakes District Council
– Ministry of Youth Development
– United Way Otago
– Community Trust
– Foodstuffs Community Trust
– Elsie & Ray Armstrong Trust
– NZ Mountain Film Festival
– Sky City Queenstown Casino Community Trust
– Graham and Olive West Trust
– Youth Worker Training Scheme
– Wanaka and Upper Clutha Lions
– Smoke Free NZ
– Creative Communities Scheme
– Trustpower Community Awards
– Lion Foundation
– Community Organisation Grant Scheme
– Alexander McMillan Trust
– Rotary WanakaNew Zealand Community Trust
– Otago Masonic Charitable Trust
– Kingston Sedgfield Charitable Trust
– Callis Charitable Trust
– Link community fund
– Mazda foundation
– Estate of Kathleen Alice Boyd

The local businesses and organisations:
The Med Market – – Snow Drifta – – Wanaka Police – – Community Networks – – Upper Clutha Plunkett – – Oranga Tamariki – – Presbyterian Support – – Students in the community – – Friends of MAC – – Mount Aspiring College – – Wanaka Primary School – – Hawea Flat School – – QLDC – – Queenstown Youth Workers – – Cromwell Youth Workers – – Alexandra Youth Workers – – Career force – – Strengthening families – – Public health south – – St Johns’ – – Upper Clutha Lions – – WAG – – Sticks and Stones – – Youth Service – – Wanaka Rotary – – Amigos Restaurant – – Radio Wanaka – – Stonewood Homes – – Wanaka Rotary – – Wanaka and Upper Clutha Lions – – Placemakers – – Lake Wanaka Tourism – – Heartland print – – Inlight lightening – – Wanaka Lions – – Wanaka Sun – – Cardrona – – Rhythm and Apls – – Dominoes Pizza – – Croxford Technologies – – Hammer and Nail Cafe – – Print it – – The Doughbin – – Entertainment solutions – – The Good spot – – Wanaka Kayaks – – New World – – Wanaka Waste Busters – – Mitre 10 – – Paddle Wanaka – – Mark Richter – – Base Camp – – Cinema Paradiso – – Black Peak Gelato – – Paper Plus – -Rippon – – Mark Richter – Croxford Technology – – The Central Otago News – – The ODT – – The Southland times – – And everyone else who donated goods and time to Kahu Youth and the whole of Wanaka, for their recognition and support.