Kahu Youth Trust is an integral part of the Upper Clutha, and we’re here to help you. We’ve been helping young people like you in the community for over 15 years: involving you in productive learning and fun activities and programmes so you can connect to the wider community and continue to build life skills, increase self-esteem and grow in your confidence.
Our HQ in Wānaka is “the Crib”
Our base, and the place where many of our programmes and activities are delivered, is called “the Crib”. It’s close to the centre of Wānaka.
The drop-in hours at the Crib (during term time only) are usually:
- Monday – closed
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 3:00pm – 6:00pm
- Friday – 3:00pm – 10:00pm
- Saturday – 3:00pm – 10:00pm
- Sunday – closed
We’re always keen to see young people from the area who are looking for something to do. We’ve got plenty of ideas …
For parents, guardians and community partners, members of our team are usually in the building from 10am weekdays, but because of preparation for activities and work elsewhere in the community, it pays to call us first.
A full range of programmes, activities, events.
If you want to find out more about the Youth Workers you’ll find at the Crib, check our our Meet the Team section on our About page.
What’s the news at Kahu Youth?
There’s always something going on at Kahu Youth. We do our best to keep our news feed up to date so that youth, parents and friends know what’s happening. Our four most recent news items are on the right.
Or you can view all of our news on this page.
This month, Kahu Youth Trust has created and launched a new website. It’s on WordPress so that our youth worker team (and eventually…
$1500 towards school related expenses. Now that we have your attention … Kahu Youth Trust and the Rotary Club of Wānaka are excited…
Kahu Youth’s 11th annual Matariki event took place yesterday, once again celebrating Maori New Year. The event was held at the Dinosaur Park…
This year’s Youth vs Wild programme went really well. Youth vs Wild is a six week programme which takes attending youth through some…