Kim always happy to help

23:00, Jan 28 2014
kim dynes
FULL-ON PROJECTS: Kim Dynes is involved in a range of projects with the aim of helping her community.

This week's community profile is on Kim Dynes, who has been working hard, alongside Judy Smith, to get Pay it Forward underway across South Canterbury.

She has also helped establish Bellyful in Temuka, an initiative that assists new parents and families struggling with illness. Here, she takes time away from her busy schedule to tell us a bit more about herself.

Favourite sports team?
All Blacks - everyone loves the haka.

What charity would you give money to?
Bellyful Temuka who help families with newborns and families struggling with illness.

Are you a night owl or a lark?
Night owl - get so much done and hate the mornings!

Are you a dog or a cat person?


What are your thoughts on reality TV?
Love it ESPECIALLY loving The Block at the moment.

What is your occupation?
Training at Temuka Primary School to be a teacher aide as I love working with children.

What would you be doing if you weren't doing this (Pay if Forward)?
Helping people in some [way].

Best advice you ever got?
Don't sweat the small stuff

Favourite other country?
Holland as we had a exchange student from there.

Do you have any hobbies?
In my spare time I am looking after children or helping others in some way.

What is your favourite South Canterbury restaurant?
Jolly Potter.

What do you love about the region?
Love how friendly and generous everyone is.

What was your first job?
Shop assistant at Rangitata Tearooms.

South Canterbury