Our Partners

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Working together

We partner with other experienced, passionate and specialist groups in joint projects that acknowledge cultural diversity, enhance lives and strengthen communities.

Mothers and Babies Unit

Working with Plunket to support mothers and their babies at Auckland Region Women’s Corrections Facility at Wiri.

Waitemata Family Start

Partnering with The Fono West to deliver an intensive home visiting service for at-risk babies and young children in Waitakere and North Shore.

Youth Workers in Secondary Schools (YWiSS)

Working with the Anglican Trust for Women and Children to provide mentor support in secondary schools.

Working with funders and sponsors

We are very grateful for local community funding from across our region which supports new initiatives and helps us deliver effective services.

Supports our Housing Family Worker and emergency Foodbank with funding for food parcel items and the operational costs of our budgeting services.

Providing first aid kits, sheets and pillow cases for families supported by Family Works Northern.

A longstanding supportive relationship for our Family Works Rotorua services, with positive outcomes for children and families across Rotorua communities.

Tindall foundation supports our ECE social worker in Whangarei working across local communities providing early intervention for at-risk young children.

The Auckland Council supported the development of an anger management programme for Samoan boys aged 8-12 years. The programme has been developed in consultation with Samoan elders and Family Works practitioners.

The Waitemata Local Board is supporting our Foodbank to provide emergency food parcels to those in need in Auckland.

Working with communities

Foodbank support

Presbyterian schools and churches donate to our foodbank to help provide emergency food parcels for at-risk families.

Connecting the generations

Students from Saint Kentigern College and St Cuthbert’s College connect with older people through their regular visits to our Enliven clients.

Project Co-op

Working with Presbyterian Church youth groups to provide practical home support to our clients.

Dees social group

Working with a group of 35 volunteers to help reduce isolation and provide stimulating activities for older people with dementia in Mairangi Bay and Takapuna.

Family violence community presentation

Family Violence Response Coordinators work with Bay of Plenty communities to prevent family violence through networking and community action.

Love in a box

Students from St Cuthbert’s College kindly donate Christmas presents to Family Works clients.