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Fidelity backs two non-profits

Tuesday, August 2nd 2022, 2:29PM

Fidelity Life is sponsoring two not-for-profit organisations, Outward Bound and Bellyful., to help bolster the charities’ respective operations and give back to New Zealanders in a meaningful way.


Outward Bound helps people realise their potential through learned experiences of challenge, success and self-reflection, commonly utilising the outdoors and its elements to teach key life skills.

Bellyful is a growing, nationwide volunteer-driven charity, which nourishes and connects communities by cooking and delivering free meals to families with babies or young children who need support.



Fidelity Life chief executive Melissa Cantell says the two charities were chosen based on their alignment to Fidelity Life’s brand and its purpose in making a tangible difference to New Zealanders today, and for future generations.

“That’s why finding the right sponsorship fit is so important to us. Outward Bound and Bellyful were handpicked as we knew we could make a real impact, together.”

The Outward Bound sponsorship features scholarships to enable 20 diverse young New Zealanders to complete a 21-day course at Anakiwa each year. They’ll develop lifelong skills to give back to their communities.

Separately, each year Fidelity Life will offer a group of advisers the opportunity to realise their potential by supporting them on a 5-day Outward Bound Professional course.

There is also a special programme for its people to attend an Outward Bound course to help grow and nurture future leadership talent.

Its Bellyful sponsorship will help scale and expand its operations to reach more families with young children who need support. This includes hosting Cookathons and food drives to help source ingredients and prepare meals, as well as tapping into Fidelity Life’s networks to promote and increase awareness of Bellyful.

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