If you're planning a Superhero Friday fundraising event for Kenzie's Gift, we've got a range of free resources to help, including posters, social media images and certificates.
The Kenzie's Gift Journey Kit for tamariki / children can help tamariki and their caregivers to understand cancer, recognise their emotions and keep a record of their journey.
The resources inside the Kenzie’s Gift Journey Pack are designed to help and support parents and their tamariki and whānau as they embark on their journey through cancer together.
Kenzie's Gift Memories are Forever kits are designed to help bereaved tamariki, mātātahi (young people) and families. It includes a children's diary, a teen diary and a parents' kit.
Although grief and serious illness can feel overwhelming and isolating, you're not alone. As well as Kenzie's Gift, there are a lot of support organisations who can help.
You might be wondering how you begin to tell your tamariki you have mate pukupuku (cancer) – it’s a big, life-changing thing. Our guide is a starting point for this conversation.
It’s really important to talk about death and suicide with your tamariki if a loved one dies by suicide. Our free guide will help you do this.
Death is difficult to talk about, especially at kura (school). Our toolkit is designed to give you confidence and ideas about how to support grieving students.
Books are a great way to help tamariki (and yourself) begin to make sense of what you’re experiencing when it comes to serious illness, cancer or grief.