WE

PROTECT

DREAMS.

We run regular mentoring groups and donate items to vulnerable children. We grow together, our children are our future.
Next Goal: $1,000,000 youth center.

In the News

Stuff News

Social media activism: Can pixels on a screen actually save lives?

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Stuff News

Even in lockdown, Bread charity stays focused on helping children

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NZ Herald

Rugby:Mealamu, Milner-Skudder a fillip but will George Bridge fuel drive?

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Stuff News

Luxury cars close street in Auckland CBD for charity rally. Bread Supercar Rally.

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Gisborne Herald

Spoils of Call of Duty war go to Tairawhiti family. $1000 Challenge.

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NZ Herald

Covid 19 coronavirus: Kiwi UFC star Shane Young giving back while in lockdown.

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NZ Herald

The Bread Winner - Story about Bread Founder Mussie Sheikh.

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Auckland Uni

Mustafa Sheikh developed a strong work ethic during his Bachelor of Science (Honours).

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Wikipedia

Read more about what we do and how we help via our Wikipedia article.

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Indian Weekender

Kiwi youngster and entrepreneur inspire kids in poverty by music and mentorship

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NZ Herald

Meet Lil Mussie, Gisborne lad turned rapper and charity founder Mustafa Sheikh

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Bloody Elbow

UFC fighter Shane Young wagers $1,000 in ‘Call of Duty’ for COVID-19 aid

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Gisborne Herald

Nehe, Mussie share their journeys in return home. A trip dedicated to helping students.

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SUPPORT US

You can support us by following us on our social media platforms. Click on the link to view our facebook page. You can stay up to date with upcoming fundraisers and receive updates on our funding and activities within the community.

EVENTS

We hold a series of annual events throughout the year. These are free for the public to attend - bringing a gold coin donation will assist us a lot. Select an event from the menu below. Events are announced on our Facebook page.

DONATE

Thanks to the generous support of donors, we can provide support to kiwi children living in poverty. All it takes is as little as $3 to protect a dream. Please consider donating to the Bread Charity and protecting the dreams of young Kiwis.