This year, we hosted our inaugural Vital Showcase. It was a fantastic opportunity to talk to the Waikato Regional Theatre project, the Vital Impact Programme, and the announcement of our three Vital Waikato Grant recipients - Ka Pai Kai, Puniu River Care, and Zeal Education Trust. Thank you to Lamb Creative for this gift.

Vital impact programme

If you want to make a real and lasting difference now and forever in our community, Momentum Waikato has a new high-impact solution for you - the Vital Impact Programme.

A very special thank you to Nimbus Media nimbusmedia.co.nz/

Waikato vital signs

Introducing Waikato Vital Signs 2016 with Foundation Coordinator, Gemma Slack.

Filmed and edited by Zeal. A very special thank you to Kieran Stephens, Manny Cabskie, Jared Ipsen and Lehi Duncan.

Youth development with te ahurei a rangatahi

Eugene Davis shares the importance of our youth and their development.

Check out the Youth Voices poster as part of Waikato Vital Signs 2016 - momentumwaikato.nz/wvs-youth-voices/

Very special thank you to Lehi Duncan and the team at Zeal for filming and editing this video!

Local Momentum Waikato donors, John and Bunny Mortimer, share their story of their own generosity in order to help inspire other willing philanthropists to give through Momentum Waikato Community Foundation.

International guest, Cindy Lindsay from Community Foundations of Canada, visits the Waikato in August 2015 to talk about building healthy community foundations and explain her work in Vital Signs - a tool for identifying priorities for community action.

Recognised by Fortune Magazine as the man who has shown Silicon Valley how to give”, celebrated international philanthropic advisor, Peter Hero from Silicon Valley, addresses a special Waikato audience of invited guests in April 2015, hosted by Momentum Waikato.

Highlights from Peter Hero’s presentation to, and conversation with, a special Waikato audience of invited guests in April 2015, hosted by Momentum Waikato.