This event takes place annually in March/April just after or before Easter, usually in conjunction with Children's Day. Our main aim with this event is to: “Grow great families at the heart of our Community" We want this to be the best place on earth to live, not only...read more
EVERY CHILD HAS A STORY That story may be filled with the abandonment, loneliness and shame that come from having a mom or dad in prison. For many, it may also include following their parents down the same destructive road to incarceration. Our Breakaway Christmas...read more
On the 6th October 2013 the first 'Yeah Nah It's not OK' talent quest featured students from Eastern Bay of Plenty Schools performing songs with an anti-family violence message they composed themselves. Winners of the contest were Manawa Toa, a big band from Te Kura...read more
MATES men’s Network provide a vital role in the community development by connecting with, embracing and inspiring our men, women, families and whanau to empower community through the creation of positive role-models. Dedicated in reaching out to and supporting all men...read more
“YOU can stop violence in the community” White Ribbon celebrates the many men willing to show leadership and commitment to promoting safe, healthy relationships within families and encourages men to challenge each other on attitudes and behaviour that are abusive. A...read more
A number of families in our community struggle financially, not because they don't have money but because they don't know how to manage their earnings, as a result leading to other family issues that become too difficult to manage. Have a Heart Trust has a team of...read more
“Te Taurahere Whatumanawa” Project “Heart Strings.” The rope that ties our hearts together. Four years ago we had a vision to reach out into local communities , we wanted to know who lived in the surrounding communities and be known as a people that cared. The Heart...read more
Be a silent partner with financial support; making contributions to projects or ongoing monthly contributions towards the overall goals of the Trust. You can claim tax credits of 33% for donations.