A Bit About Our Approach

Greater than is a social enterprise we started in 2016 as a means to encourage our children, youth and our communities that together we can be Greater Than any challenge or struggle we are facing.

We see the negative impact the cycles of poverty, violence, suicide and substance abuse are having on our families and we’re passionate about advocating a positive platform for change.

We aim to use creativity and the arts to provide opportunities such as mentoring, training, education, work experience and employment pathways.

It's about building and creating opportunities for a better tomorrow and being empowered together, because together we are Greater Than

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1 week ago
Photos from Greater Than's post

Kia ora!
We recently supported Te Aratika Academy to shoot their video entry for #1miriona
They have some cool shots, so if you haven't seen the video entry, check it here: ... See more

1 week ago

Kia ora Whānau,

As some of you will know we have collaborated with Te Aratika Academy on our "Valour" merchandise.

These students have been working hard, taking every opportunity to fundraise, ... See more

2 weeks ago
Te Aratika Academy

Haere rā Kaysie Cornes-Kohu

Super proud to be a part of mentoring this young man on his Young Enterprise Scheme journey!
He's off to Chile today after winning the Entrapreneurs in Action Trip.. ... See more

Kaysie Cornes - Recipient of the Entrepreneurs in Action Trip to Chile...

Had an awesome send off for Kayise as he is South America bound today and we couldn't be more proud!

Tama Tu, Tama ... See more

2 weeks ago
Photos from Greater Than's post

Hei Tama, Tu Tama!
Love the pics of these two movers and shakers! Heremiah and Ruku Aratapu rocking their Valour gears and wearing words of life...
Get yours now - ... See more

3 weeks ago
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Ka poipoia te kakano - Nuture the seed
Kia puawai - And is will grow

Resonated with this video because we believe that together we can advocate for change. Finding ways to be a part of a forward ... See more

Most of Aotearoa's young offenders have experienced some form of family violence, neglect or abuse. We talk to some of the young people in Christchurch Youth Unit trying to change the course of their ... See more