Seed Waikato is a movement that very loudly states that young people are our taonga.
Seed Waikato is a platform to promote and enhance the wellbeing of rangatahi of all backgrounds.
Seed Waikato means endless possibilities – this tribe is full of people doing amazing things, pushing the boundaries, and making things happen because they believe it’s worth it.
Seed Waikato enables a voice and a sense of community - both of these are powerful and provide the ability to create meaningful change.
Seed Waikato is an organisation that I wish had existed when I finished studying and entering the workforce! I’ve been inspired seeing what the team have achieved, and I look forward to helping to support the organisation’s development.
Seed Waikato has inspired me to share what I have to say and to strive for a better future.
To me, Seed Waikato is a powerful collective and a foundation for young people to connect and grow from, helping in whichever way they might need to gain more fulfilment in life. Founded by young people, for young people, and that's pretty special.
Seed Waikato provides this quality platform for people to be able to learn and grow, it’s like being adopted into this little family who value your skills and always encourage you to be the best version of yourself and that is a really valuable thing to be a part of.
To me, Seed Waikato is about young people finding strength in each other and themselves to become more enriched in many ways, whether it be work, wellbeing or socially.
Seed Waikato is part of a journey that has helped me realise my true self. But I am still learning a lot more!
I want to be a part of making life changing events happen, even if I could help make a difference it just one person’s life, it would be worth it.
As a society, we are in desperate need of radical change and Seed Waikato is a part of that movement disrupting the status quo, striving towards improving the lives of the youth in our community. I joined to be involved in that movement!
Seed Waikato gives me a sense of belonging and satisfaction to be part of a group of young people making changes for young people.
Pretty much as soon as I heard about what Seed Waikato was doing, I was inspired to jump on board. I knew being a part of making the magic happen would be an amazing experience. I just couldn't miss it.
I believe with my whole heart that young people have the power to create a better future for all of us.
I’m a glass half full kinda gal, always celebrating the small wins, spontaneous, sometimes impulsive (eek) and like to think I’m the life of the party (big call). If that doesn’t scream Britt, I dunno what does.
Seed Waikato is an uplifting network of genuinely cool people that’s changed my life. I still can’t believe that I’m here and super privileged to be able to work with every one on the team. That’s a shout out to you, whaanau!
At its core, Seed Waikato is here for the people, and that really resonates with me and my values.
I want to support and empower as many young people as possible to recognise and step into their potential, and to feel supported along the way.