Bobby Stafford-Bush

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While the Stafford-Bush family have provided the initial funds, like other foundations before it, its capacity and longevity will be further enhanced and worthy candidates will benefit from your donations.

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Postal Address

P O Box 105849
Auckland 1143


Paddy 027 277 6340
Brian 0274 908 900


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Pirate Day 2016

14 March 2017

It was Pirate Day this last weekend, and we had one of our awesome instructors, Sam, take on the peg-legged pirate race! Sam raised an amazing total of $2600 cash to go towards our adaptive snow sports program to get everyone out and having fun on the snow.
A huge thank you to everyone that sponsored Sam and helped to raise some extra cash for a fantastic program. Find out more about our Adaptive Sports team and options here:

Watch the video here

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Jordan Bollard – Athletics

I am an up and coming New Zealand track and field athlete specialising in the 100m & 200m.

At the start of this year I was privileged enough to have the Bobby Stafford-Bush Foundation support me to help further my athletics career. Without their support I wouldn’t have been able to compete in a number of events around the world. Most recently I wouldn’t have been able to compete at the World U20 Athletics Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Not only was competing on an international stage for the first time amazing but getting to learn, see and experience so many different cultures had to be the highlight of my trip.

Thank you for opening so many doors for me and giving me the opportunity to achieve my sporting goals and aspirations without having to worry about any financial issues.

Yours sincerely
Jordan B

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A Living Inheritance

Bobby was young but he was passionate about the sea, marine life, art, technology, inventing and making things. He also liked to help people.

He was a very capable young man who had his life ahead of him when he was so tragically killed in a car accident at 16 years of age in 2001. Some time has passed since Bobby died and the family have decided that the formation of a charitable trust would in a sense be a living document to Bobby and in essence be an extension of what if he had lived.

Accordingly, the Family decided to create a "living inheritance".

The Bobby Stafford-Bush Foundation was formed in Auckland in 2013 and is a registered Charitable Trust donations for which, qualify for a tax rebate. It also has Donee Status.