Causes

100Percent

We are a student run social enterprise that provides a platform for students to use their time and talent to raise money for causes they are passionate about through tutoring junior students.

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Act on Campus

ACT on campus is ACT's Auckland youth wing. 

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Alfred Street National (Young Nats)

The Young Nationals is the largest youth political organisation in New Zealand.

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Animal Rights Group

AUARG aims to establish a culture of respect for animals at the University of Auckland. 

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Campus Feminist Collective

A platform from which to take a stand on issues facing women as well as general issues involving gender.

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Engineers Without Borders

At EWB, we connect, educate and empower people through humanitarian engineering. 

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Equal Justice Project

The Equal Justice Project is a student-led pro bono charity based at the University of Auckland's Faculty of Law. 

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Fairtrade Club

Join Fairtrade Club if you believe that the sweet things in life don’t have to come at the expense of others. 

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Fossil Free Auckland Uni

We believe that the University of Auckland has both a moral and a financial duty to its students to withdraw its investments from the fossil fuel industry.

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Generation Zero

Generation Zero New Zealand’s overarching goal is for New Zealand to be carbon neutral by 2050 through negotiation with Government (national and local) and social inspiration. 

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Greens on Campus

Greens on Campus is a political club at the University of Auckland. We engage in a wide range of polical issues including social justice/equity/sustainability, human rights, and the environment. 

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Impact Consulting Group

ICG is a student-led, non-profit organisation dedicated to empowering students in creating real, tangible social impact. 

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NZ Optometry Student Society

The New Zealand Optometry Student Society (NZOSS) represents a unified front for all Optometry students. 

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P3 Foundation on Campus

P3 Foundation on Campus is the University of Auckland's branch of P3. We are a movement of young New Zealanders taking action to put extreme poverty in the past, starting with Asia and the Pacific.

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Plastic Diet

We are a solutions-focused youth-led environmental organisation, dedicated to cutting out single-use plastics!

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Princes Street Labour

Princes Street Labour is the Auckland University branch of the oldest and greatest political party in the country and one of the oldest clubs at uni (founded in 1960!). 

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ProLife Auckland

We are a student-run pro-life group at the University of Auckland, passionate about advocating for the most vulnerable in our society, specifically the unborn, disabled, and elderly. 

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SavY

SavY aims to promote good financial habits in all youth, regardless of their background or aspirations in life. 

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Social Innovation New Zealand

Social Innovation New Zealand is focused on inspiring, educating and connecting like-minded students in the field of social innovation.

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Students from Refugee Backgrounds

This club has been initiated as a part of the University of Auckland equity’s vision to establish a student voice and support the growth and interaction of students from refugee backgrounds in the university. 

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Thursdays In Black

Thursdays In Black at the University of Auckland is part of a national movement which raises awareness of rape and sexual violence, and campaigns for transformative change in the policies, attitudes and behaviours that perpetuate and normalise this violence. 

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The Sustainable Future Collective

We are a society established from The University of Auckland, with the common objective of achieving a sustainable future for ourselves, and our planet. 

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University of Auckland Red Cross

UOARed aims to promote the work of Red Cross on campus, in accordance with the seven fundamental principles of the movement - humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.

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