Build Projects

KC works with Mitre 10 to build meaningful spaces that truly make a difference!

The team at Mitre 10 enable us to build community gardens and hubs, school gardens and play equipment that benefits children and their families, and supports and strengthens the communities around them, for years to come.

Over the last three years we've built 27 projects, including large scale community gardens that benefit entire communities and the food initiatives that support their families in need.

We want to bring the team to your place!

We’re on the lookout for more projects around Aotearoa where we can spread some kindness by building or transforming community spaces. From building outdoor play equipment to school gardens, our team builds fun, functional spaces that can be enjoyed by communities for years to come.

Do you know of a marae kitchen, refuge safe house, school, church or community hub that could do with a makeover? Do you know of a school that would benefit from a garden to help teach tamariki the journey from kai to the kitchen?

Want to Help?

If you’re a builder, plumber, electrician or just handy with a hammer and want to help with our Build Projects around the country, get in touch at

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“KC has gifted us a top-quality professional garden for our young people to explore and learn in, a garden that any chef would love to have in their backyard! To ensure the sustainability of the garden KC enabled us to become a member of Garden to Table to strengthen our commitment to grow, harvest, prepare and share great food. Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi. With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive”.
Avondale Intermediate School Principal, Jo Hardwidge
”Existing and past users are amazed at the transformation. Already there’s a greater sense of pride in the space. Thank you to the Kindness Collective for helping facilitate this opportunity and the very generous donor for enabling us to deliver on our ambitions for a warmer, more inviting and functional space for our young people and the wider community to enjoy”.
Dayne Smith, I Love Avondale
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