Coast to Coast Rangers Operations Manager
Jessy Moffatt 021 177 3604
Kia Ora. My name is Jessy Moffatt and I organise the day to day running of the Coast to Coast Rangers. Youth work, multi sport and the great outdoors are all strong passions of mine and I am grateful to be able to combine them all with the Coast to Coast Rangers Programme. I worked in NYC doing youth work in 1998/1999 and I am just as passionate about youth work today as I was back then. For me it is a privilege to see our rangatahi grow and develop into strong young adults, though the Coast to Coast Rangers programme.
Aspiring Youth Development Trust
Steve Moffatt - 021 436 830
Steve recently sold and retired from Moffatts Flower Company having grown it into the largest rose growing operation and a major supplier in the floral business. In the community, Steve (and Moffatts Flowers) has been involved in many events, fundraisers, and always been committed to helping the community and young people succeed, and supporting those in need. This philanthropic philosophy combined with his passion for the outdoors and young people, led to the Rangers ethos of how participation in outdoor events could become accessible to more young people to help develop new aspirations and change their lives.
Steve brings to the Trust the skills learnt from 40 years of building a successful business, managing people in a positive and enthusiastic manner, and always being able to find solutions to problems and challenges.
Working in the heart of Christchurch cities most vulnerable, as the CEO & City Missioner with the Christchurch City Mission, Matthew knows first-hand the value and importance of investing into our community and most particularly the lives of our rangatahi.
With more than 30 years involved in youth development alongside a variety of senior corporate positions and business ventures, Matthew brings a varied skillset to the team.
He personally enjoys the privilege of enabling an environment through the trust's day to day activities that fosters skills, relationships, experiences and most importantly, hope for a better future for those we serve.