UNLEASHING EPIC POTENTIAL THROUGH FINANCIAL SUPPORT, MENTORING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT.
Our Scholarship Programme is the first initiative in the pipeline and is in honour of Tania’s legacy of supporting young women in sport. Tania was a firm believer in the values of sport and how it teaches us the power of resilience, to win and lose graciously, to put team before self.
The programme is supporting talented young sportswomen, from all kinds of circumstances and at different stages of their development who will benefit from the support the Foundation can provide.
Tania Dalton Foundation aims to award 12 scholarships each year. The Scholarships will support the recipients over a three-year period providing financial assistance, one-on-one mentoring support and personal development opportunities.
The ultimate goal of the programme is for these young women to then ‘pay it forward’ and contribute back to their communities and continue the legacy for future generations.
Tania would be bursting with pride.
Sport has always played a huge part in New Zealand society. However, for many families, the cost, practical considerations and access to support, coaches and role models can represent a significant barrier. For some families, the ongoing financial and practical support of their talented child’s sporting aspirations can be extremely challenging or in some cases just not possible.
Netball, Inglewood, supported by Precinct
Rugby, Kaitaia, supported by Pak n Save Kaitaia
Netball, Christchurch, supported by Vocus Group
Rugby, Putaruru, supported by Kerridge
Water Polo, Hamilton, supported by Solution Street
Rugby, Panmure (Auckland), supported by Camel Space
Basketball, Hamilton, supported by Stride Property Group
Athletics, Manurewa (Auckland), suuported by Zion Armstrong
Netball, Whakatane, supported by Waterman Store
Volleyball, Papatoetoe (Auckland), supported by NZ 1st Financial Services
Netball, Morrinsville, supported by La-Z-Boy
Touch, Whangarei, supported by Swisse
Basketball, Auckland, supported by Oyster Property Group
Basketball, Rotorua, supported by Rider Levett Bucknall
Netball, Auckland, supported by Barfoot & Thompson
Rugby, Warkworth, supported by The Jurkovich Family
Netball, Oamaru, supported by The Magness Family
Basketball, Raglan, supported by The Drug Detection Agency (TDDA)
Netball, Taupo, supported by Jarden
Touch, Auckland, supported by Archibald & Shorter North Shore
Netball, Wellington, supported by LT McGuinness
Rugby, Waitara, supported by KiwiBank
Rugby, Riverton, supported by Russell Property Group
Surf Lifesaving, Gisborne, supported by The Mairangi Collective
Tennis, Auckland, supported by ASB
Surf Life Saving, Auckland, supported by RCP
Surf Lifesaving, Auckland, supported by Bayleys Foundation
Basketball, Auckland, supported by Goodman
Touch, Auckland, supported by Atlas Concrete
Netball, Auckland, supported by Colliers
Touch, Whakatane, supported by CBRE
Rugby, Wellington, supported by Augusta
Netball, Wellington, supported by Adrian Burr
Basketball, Wellington, supported by Paul & Liz Blackwell
Rugby, Gisborne, supported by Burton Partners
Rugby, Auckland, supported by Annette Presley
The Scholarship Programme is initially focused on supporting young females who are very talented at their chosen sport and able to demonstrate a significant level of financial and/or circumstantial hardship to be eligible for a scholarship.
We are looking for young women who demonstrate leadership and role model qualities, are hardworking and committed to excellence and have a desire to better themselves in life and their sport. Most importantly, we are looking for the willingness to ‘pay it forward’.
To help identify worthy potential recipients, Tania Dalton Foundation has partnered with the following sporting codes, all of whom Tania and her family have a strong connection with, to identity talented and deserving young sports women.
Basketball, Surf Life Saving, Netball, Tennis, Rugby, Touch Rugby, Hockey, Volleyball
BRIANA IRVING, Eastern Regional Surf Lifesaving Champs, January 2020