New Zealand Post actively supports three key areas that we believe are important to prosperous, sustainable communities - increasing physical activity to improve health and wellbeing, connecting communities to build social resilience and lifting local business productivity.
Free Active Family Fun Day
Sunday 18 October 2015, 12pm – 4pm
Where: AUT’s South Campus 640 Great South Road Manukau, Auckland
Get active with Valerie Adams and NZ Post!
Bring your whole family and have some fun!
Have a go at cricket, hockey, waka ama, tennis, athletics and more!
Lots of fun - a bouncy castle, inflatable slide, food stalls and a picnic area.
No parking on site. We have free shuttles to/from Manukau Sports Bowl
Active communities are healthy communities and NZ Post believes in both. Our goal is to get New Zealanders active, contributing to improved levels of health and wellness, benefiting individuals, communities and ultimately New Zealand.
Connecting communities is important to NZ Post and we do this through Community Post and sponsorship of grassroots community organisations. We are also proud to connect our communities to our indigenous culture through support of our indigenous language Te Reo Māori.
New Zealand Post is proud to support such a top athlete, and has appointed Valerie as the official New Zealand Post Ambassador.
New Zealand Post has a unique national partnership with the New Zealand Red Cross for disaster relief in the Asia-Pacific region.