The material contained in this site, or linked to this site, has been provided for the purposes of offering the viewer general information of interest and inspiration. The information provided does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the ‘Hope Project’ in New Zealand or it’s supporters and funders. We do not accept responsibility for any loss that may arise from reliance on this information.
You are welcome to create links to this website, but we suggest you link only to the home page in order to avoid broken link problems later.
No commercial use or reproduction may be made of the contents of this website without the written permission of the ‘Hope Project Co-ordinator’ – use the ‘Hope Project’ site contact form to lodge an enquiry.
If you wish to use any content identified as ‘third party’ on the website you must obtain the prior consent of the relevant owner.
The copyright on all materials contained or available on this website is subject to the copyright laws of New Zealand.
Unless content is identified as being the property of another party, copyright on this site belongs to: Shining Lights Trust ( as the ‘Hope Project Co-operator’).
Site/content use records:
The ‘Hope Project Co-ordinator’ will apply Google Analytics to help analyse how users use our sites.
This analytical tool uses ‘cookies’, which are text files placed on your computer, to collect standard internet log information and visitor behaviour information in an anonymous form. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your computer’s internet address or IP address) is transmitted to and stored by Google outside of New Zealand. The tracking data is stored in a database managed by Google. The tracking data is then used by Google to compile statistical reports on website activity for the ‘Hope Project Co-ordinator’ to evaluate site use. This allows us to discover what information is most and least used determine technical design specifications, and help make our sites more useful to visitors.
We will not use the web analytics tool to track or to collect any personally identifiable information of visitors to our sites. We will not associate any data gathered from our sites with any personally identifying information from any source as part of our use of the Google Analytics tool.
Communications and Personal Data
You may browse and access information on this website (HopeProject.co.nz) without providing any personal information. However, you may disclose personal information by engaging with one of the following:
• ‘Link-Me’ opt-in form. • ‘Contact page’ form. • Send direct email.
You may also browse and access information on our sister websites (10DayChallenge.co.nz / ShiningLights.co.nz) without providing any personal information. However, you may disclose personal information here by engaging with one of the following:
• Request follow-up communications related to learning content. • Communicate via the Facebook Messenger bot. • Send direct email.
Or you may choose to disclose personal information while making a donation via the Hope Project Give-a-Little page.
When you communicate with us electronically, all information is used for the express purpose of responding and interacting with those who’ve reached out to us – we will keep all personal information secure and will not disclose it to any third-party, without prior approval.
Both ‘Hope Project‘ and ‘10 Day Challenge‘ have a presence on ‘Facebook’. When posting content and interacting with audiences in these public channels, we’re mindful that there are a number of overlapping policies in place.
In accordance to Facebook policy you may not access any of our interactive services or share your personal information with us, unless you are 16 years of age. In some circumstances, the service we offer may enable you to provide the consent of a person with parental responsibility for you. We will make reasonable efforts to verify in such cases that consent is given or authorised by the holder of parental responsibility over a child, taking into consideration available technology.
For more on the policies of ‘Facebook’, see HERE. For our part, any personal information provided to us via social media channels is not shared with third-parties and is only used for the express purpose of responding and interacting with those who’ve reached out to us.