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Variety the Children’s Charity is dedicated to promoting and protecting the health and well-being of children around the world.

At Variety International we seek to provide the best quality of life to disabled and underprivileged children around the world.

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VARIETY IN THE NEWS

Variety – the Children’s Charity of New Zealand levels the playing field for sick, disabled and disadvantaged Kiwi Kids
Variety – the Children’s Charity of New Zealand levels the playing field for sick, disabled and disadvantaged Kiwi Kids July 30, 2014 23:27 PM - Variety International

Variety - the Children’s Charity of New Zealand fund a very broad range of requirements and have the ability to respond quickly, reaching children in need across the country. They remove barriers and promote inclusivity by developing all abilities playgrounds, initiating projects like the Variety Voices Youth Choir, and granting scholarships to develop and nurture children’s talents in sport, education and the arts. They work alongside schools, agencies and the government, tackling child poverty so the Kiwi kids who urgently need our life-changing assistance are set up to reach their full potential in life.

Variety of British Columbia – Variety Rally for Kids with Special Needs
Variety of British Columbia – Variety Rally for Kids with Special Needs July 29, 2014 23:44 PM - Variety International

On May 23 and 24 the stars came out in force to support the first annual Variety Rally for Kids with Special Needs. As part of a high-octane scavenger hunt meets amazing race styled fundraiser for Variety - The Children’s Charity of BC, celebrities included Terrence Howard, Billy Baldwin, Kim Coates, and Lisa Rinna. Following a draft party to kick off the weekend, stars demonstrated their navigational skills and joined 18 teams of local drivers who competed for points at various secret pit stops around Vancouver.