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As a charitable trust, all of our work relies on the support of sponsors, regional partners, and volunteers nationwide that provide time, energy, funds and skills to bring Kiwibots events to young New Zealanders. 


We are so grateful to our funding partners whose support make our projects are reality for so many young New Zealanders. 

These companies share our mission of providing opportunities to grow tech-literacy and broaden the skillsets of the next generations - future-proofing Kiwi kids and New Zealand as a whole. 

If you're interested in becoming a sponsor, donating or seeing how else you can help, please send an email to our National Manager, Michelle Mollard, at to see how you can get involved. 


Every little bit counts and makes a world of difference to our work. Funds contribute to our major events, support for local events, products and materials for teams from the far north to the deep south, ensuring that science and tech can remain accessible for everybody.

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We work with the following organisations to further our outreach of STEM engagement. From Teacher PLD to Makerspaces, we work with a number of groups who all share the same mission (and have plenty of fun while at it!)


Central Region Robotics Trust works with Kiwibots to produce the VEX IQ Challenge National Championships, as well as grow robotics education and engagement across the Central North Island.

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STEAM-ED's mission is to equip students with the skill and mindset needed to thrive in tomorrow's rapidly evolving world, through the delivery of high-quality STEAM programmes.  Approximately 70% of STEAM-ED's programmes in the Western Bay of Plenty use Kiwibots provided VEX robotics equipment.


Kidwe lab works in STEAM education, that offers creative lessons for kids from 6-16. We take a student-centered approach to teaching and learning and our focus is on discovery learning.  We guide the learners through the concept rather than tell them how to do it.  This means that they learn how to look for solutions to problems on their own and learn from their own experiences.


RoboPā is a makerspace that provides opportunity for Māori youth to access technology and STEAM equipment, particularly in rural regions of New Zealand.

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