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Little Kickers supporting the 'Little Fighters'

Little Kickers supporting the 'Little Fighters'

Little Kickers NZ, soccer classes found throughout Auckland for kids 1 – 7 years, is supporting the much smaller ‘little fighters’ in the world, premature babies in NZ who need our support to survive. They have chosen The Neonatal Trust as their charity to support for 2014 starting with a 'Dress-up & Support' week Sat 5th April - Fri 11th where boys and girls dress-up to their soccer games with all gold-coin donations going to The Neonatal Trust.

Link to Yvette's (Director of Little Kickers NZ) personal story about her twins in NICU (newborn intensive care unit) and the support required for parents of premature babies:
https://www.neonataltrust.org.nz/2014/03/31/little-kickers-supporting-%E2%80%98little-fighters%E2%80%99

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