Share the magic of flight today and help Kiwi kids and teachers go on their next big adventure
Airpoints™ for Schools provides an opportunity for Kiwi schools to experience more than just a local bus trip. The programme allows Airpoints members to share the magic of flight by donating Airpoints Dollars™ to selected New Zealand schools to assist them with their travel ambitions, and to help them gain new experiences, knowledge and inspiration.
Donations are open until 3 June 2016, so support a school today and help make their next trip an adventure to remember.
Total raised: 3,970*
Help the college take a group of students to Samoa to work in a voluntary capacity at local schools, and experience the islands where their parents and grandparents came from.
Total raised: 1,550*
Help a group of teachers get to Europe to further develop their knowledge of the school's newly implemented KIVA anti-bullying programme that was established at Turku University, Finland.
Total raised: 3,980*
Help the school take their student senior leadership council to Wellington for a leadership retreat, visiting the beehive, local Member of Parliament’s office and attend National Young Leaders Day.
Support a group of students get to Auckland to compete in the 2016 First Lego League (FLL) national robotics competition, which is based around the effective management of rubbish in today's world.
Total raised: 3,330*
Assist a group of students travel to Singapore to visit their sister school as part of a cultural exchange. The students have been fundraising towards this trip for the last two years.
Total raised: 5,520*
Assist a group of students get to Rarotonga to make connections with their tupuka waka and experience their very first plane trip. The students will have a chance to broaden their world view, experience the waka they originate from, as well as compare the language similarities and differences between the two cultures.
Support students’ travel to Hokitika to monitor and compare new spawning habitats of whitebait as part of a new initiative, Whaka Inaka: Causing Whitebait, which has been created through EOS Ecology, DOC and the University of Canterbury.
Total raised: 3,380*
Help a group of students get to the Pacific Islands to assist with the building and painting of classrooms, installation of IT resources and water tanks, and sharing of culture and language with the community where the school is located.
Total raised: 7,270*
Help the Virtual Learning Network (VLN) Primary School, which represents a group of eight virtual rural remote schools, meet in person for a project camp in Wellington. Students will have the opportunity to enjoy the company of a large number of peers, many of them for the first time.
Support a group of students get to Wellington to attend the World of WearableArt Awards for the first time and go on an educational trip which includes visiting Parliament and Te Papa. Students enter their local wearable arts competition each year, and have come away with many prizes to date.
*Last updated 10am, 23 May, 2016.