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Friday, 12 May 2017
Here is real great story from our last intake and a glimpse from what our boys are currently working on: http://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/news/91999275/from-writeoff-to-revvedup-flooddamaged-car-fixed-for-free   more
Wednesday, 19 Apr 2017
Support your local community group Silverfern Motorsport by heading along to one of these local Z stations: ·         New Lynn ·         Avondale ·         Glen Eden Select our community Silverfern Motorsport as we help youth all over the country, we support our local communities and we would love the support to keep on doing... more
Wednesday, 01 Mar 2017
Each Warehouse store in every area underpins nearby neighborhood community groups through their Customer Choice programmes.  This has been set up to encourage offer help to non-for profit community organizations for particular tasks which helps enrich the lives of 'families and youngsters'. Starting February to July (Six-month period), there is a voting unit in store advertised with three local community organizations in which Silverfern Motorsport are one for this six-month... more
Monday, 30 Sep 2013
17 November 2011 Almost a dozen teens who were on the wrong side of the track are finding their way back using a west Auckland automotive training course. The programme is run by Silver Fern Motorsport Charitable Trust in partnership with Hoani Waititi Marae and gives 40 teens, many referred by the Rangitahi Youth Court, hands-on experience in the automotive and motorsport industry. The 10-day mentoring course helps build skills in panelbeating, tyre servicing and automotive... more
Sunday, 29 Sep 2013
21 April 2011 A partnership between Hoani Waititi Marae and a west Auckland motorsport trust aims to help young offenders switch from stealing cars to fixing them. Kelston's Silverfern Motorsport Charitable Trust and the marae launched a training programme last week which offers young people 10-day internships in the automotive industry. All the people on the programme have admitted guilt to a crime. The programme begins next month and will be available to selected youth... more