We value our local and wider communities

Being involved in the spirit of our community plays an important role in our centre culture

We are proud to be a locally owned and operated family business, established in 2000.

We value the communities we live and work within and are focused on supporting local businesses and community services and amenities.

We believe in the Manawatu and all it has to offer families.

We pride ourselves on continually enhancing our services and consistently providing the highest standards over all our centres.

 

 

 

 

Relay for Life

Relay for Life 2016 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $1400

Relay for Life 2015 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $2500

Relay for Life 2014 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $2400

Relay for Life 2013 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $3000

Relay for Life 2012 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $1900

Relay for Life 2011 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $2000

Relay for Life 2010 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $3000

Relay for Life 2009 “Puddleducks’ Angels” $2500

Additional Fundraising Events

2016 “Pink Ribbon Breakfast” Puddleducks’ Feilding

2012 May “The Last Supper Club, Table of 8” Ronald McDonald House, Wellington

2008 Relay for life -“Spring has Sprung”

2008 Heart Children -Manawatu Heart Stopper Challenge2008 “Masquerade Ball” Arohanui Hospice $10,000

2007 “A Night at the Oscars” -Inaugural ball $6175.00 for “Curekids”

2007 Starship children’s hospital

2005 “Wacky Waddle” The Red Cross Tsunami Relief -$2750.00

2004 “Toddle Waddle” -Meningitis Trust -$944

2006 “Wheel-a-thon” -Daffodil Day