Charitable Donors

New Zealanders resident in the UK (and elsewhere) have the opportunity to support the educational aspects of the project. Dream Catchers qualifies for UK charitable status on the strength of its contributions to the advancement of education. Funding will therefore benefit from Gift Aid and all payments would be made through and administered by a registered charitable entity.

Dream Catchers offers a unique opportunity to successful Kiwis to make a serious and long-lasting contribution to the education and future careers of our Nation’s youth, and to celebrate our learning, heritage, can-do attitude and ability to compete with the best, in all fields, in all countries.

Various levels of acknowledgement are available to donors, including Fellowships and Endorsements named after successful historical New Zealand figures, or the ability to be linked with one or more specific episodes or sectors.


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Dream Catchers offers a unique opportunity to successful Kiwis to make a serious and long-lasting contribution to the education and future careers of our Nation’s youth, and to celebrate our learning, heritage, can-do attitude and ability to compete with the best, in all fields, in all countries.

Since arriving in the UK I've been blown away by the number of talented Kiwis doing extraordinary things here. Sharing their stories, especially to our young people is so important. We need to show young New Zealanders that no dream is too big, no goal too distant, no challenge too tough, as long as you put in the hard yards. Dream Catchers is a great series that I know will inspire young people. H.E. the Rt Hon Sir Lockwood Smith, High Commissioner of New Zealand to the United Kingdom

Dream Catchers is a chance to show future generations of New Zealanders that it is a positive thing to aspire and dream, that it is acceptable and normal to want to succeed, and that nothing should stand in the way of chasing those dreams whether they are at home or overseas. It is a chance to let young Kiwis know that they are as well prepared and as able as any people on earth to catch their dreams, whatever they may be.

Various levels of acknowledgement are available to donors, including Fellowships and Endorsements named after successful historical New Zealand figures, or the ability to be linked with one or more specific episodes or segments.

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  • Production underway on Dream Catchers | Preview Video launched
    Production has started on Dream Catchers and the new trailer is available to view HERE- Please share the video with your friends and networks by clicking on the “paper plane” share button, and make sure you “Like" our Facebook page including selecting the “Get Notifications” options so we can keep you up to date with the team during production. We want every New Zealander at home and around the world to know about these incredible Kiwis living their dreams.
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  • NZ Herald | New UK documentary celebrates expat Kiwis' success
    A property investor whose firm has a portfolio worth $8.2 billion, Gwyneth Paltrow's hairdresser and a fashion designer whose clients include the Duchess of Cambridge are among Kiwis profiled in a new documentary. Former model and TV presenter Hilary Timmins has launched Dream Catchers UK, which pays tribute to New Zealanders doing great things around the world.
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  • NZ Herald | Former Lotto presenter on to a winner with TV series profiling successful expats
    Former Lotto presenter Hilary Timmins says there is a large number of Kiwis living overseas whose successes are flying under the radar. It's something she plans to change through a new television series, Dream Catchers, profiling a number of successful New Zealanders.
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  • Kea | Guest Blog: Hilary Timmins launches Dream Catchers UK
    In association with Kea, The New Zealand High Commission and The New Zealand Society, Dream Catchers was launched at New Zealand House in London on Tuesday 28th October. Dream Catchers is an inspirational online/television series celebrating New Zealand’s global success stories, starting with those based in the UK with the opportunity to expand to Europe, North America, Asia and the Pacific.
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Kea helps the 1 million Kiwis living offshore connect with home and with one another, enabling them to share and leverage global experience, knowledge and opportunities.
Our overall objective is to make a significant contribution to improving educational outcomes.
The New Zealand High Commission is an overseas post of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The NZ-UK Link Foundation is all about linking some of the best Kiwi and British people, through a series of Fellowships and exchanges between the two countries.
The New Zealand Society provides opportunities for people with an interest in New Zealand who reside in the United Kingdom to meet socially.

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