Celebrating Everyday Heroes

Congratulations to this year’s Everyday Heroes!

Springfree Trampoline asked New Zealanders to nominate Everyday Heroes or organisations that make our community a better place to be!
Each year we give away 3 Springfree Trampolines to deserving winners, but this year there were so many deserving nominations that we simply couldn’t choose three, instead we chose four!
Congratulations to the 2022 Springfree Everyday Hero Winners. Your hard work and generosity is an inspiration to all and we hope you are enjoying your Springfree Trampolines.

Conductive education Taranaki

Trish Pringle nominated Conductive Education Taranaki because they go above and beyond to support children with varying abilities from injuries at birth to congenital diagnosis. Trish says they support families holistically and wholeheartedly. Her 6.5 year old daughter has attended since age 2 and has been able to achieve many great milestones with Conductive Education’s guidance. “They are our family because of the love, care and understanding they offer us in our everyday lives.

Congratulations Craig and the team and Conductive Education Taranaki!


Enoka Fonoti nominated Andor Cesh because he looks after kids with disabilities. Enoka says he goes above and beyond helping kids not only within school, but at home as well. Enoka says Andor has been a big help to him and his wife, helping his 9 year old son since he was only 2.

Congratulations Andor and keep up the fantastic work you are doing!


Rebecca Bailey

Rebecca was nominated by Angela Taylor who described her as an understated local hero in Rangiora. Rebecca runs The Aroha Project charity out of her own home. She collects used items that are no longer needed, and passes them on to families who need them for free. The Aroha Project also helps with food parcels, school lunches and Christmas boxes.

Angela said Rebecca does all this with nothing in it for herself as she's an amazing human! And we completely agree - congratulations Rebecca!

Tash and Mace Campbell-Tapa

Tash and Mace Campbell-Tapa were nominated by Amy South. Amy wanted them to be acknowledged for all their hard work at schools and in the community, including a massive involvement in basketball and netball. “To them, everyone is family, they always have a smile on their faces and would help anyone at any time”.

Tash and Mace, we hope your 5 children are enjoying their Springfree Trampoline. Keep up all your amazing work!

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