We are proud to partner with Angel Promotions Ltd to bring Battle For Life (BFL) Charity Boxing to the Hawke's Bay community.

This epic event is the regions longest running Charity Boxing promotion having raised significant amount of funds for local charity over the past 9 years. 

Anahera o Te Rangi is the charitable recipient of Battle For Life and we distribute 100% of the funds raised back into local community to support the charitable cause for that particular year. For the past three years BFL has dedicated its support to raising awareness of Suicide Prevention to address the growing rates of Suicide in our region. 

This annual event takes place in Sept every year and is held at the Hastings Sports Centre. For more information contact event manager Patrick O'Brien on 027 3545 324 or click the link below.


Mike King is coming to Napier ! For the last 5 years, Mike King through the Key to Life Trust has spoken to thousands of people around the country about mental health and what we can all do to help each other out. Now, he’s bringing I AM HOPE, to Napier as part of a nationwide tour of intermediate and high schools and community groups in March 2018. Its message is simple: any of us has the power to be the hope that someone needs when facing bullying, depression, low self-worth, anxiety or any other mental health issues.

In a 90-minute session, Mike will tell his own story of being bullied at school – and becoming a bully himself – then how he became one of New Zealand’s best-known comedians while struggling with mental health issues (which are still part of his life today). He challenges students to see the same behaviours in themselves and their peers, and gives practical advice about how to deal with them.

While the problems many kids face are real and sometimes serious, the session is upbeat, funny, honest and engaging – we’re sure you will love it!

Anahera Trust was proud to support the return of John Henden from the UK to share with us his indepth insight into suicide prevention in Feb 2018.

After the amazing feedback we have received regarding the first Suicide Prevention workshop held in Hastings in August 2017. The session expanded more into the practicality of suicide prevention with additional SF techniques demonstrated. The day not only benefited those returning, but also for the new participants.

It was great to see such large numbers wanting to make positive change in the Hawkes Bay region.