Maylene Harrison, a Housing Family Worker who has helped hundreds of children move to safer, drier homes this past year alone, talks to Renee Kahukura about advocating for the families.
Northland’s first Early Childhood Education social worker has been appointed to work with preschool children and their families – thanks to a ground-breaking Family Works Northern initiative that is also believed to be a first for New Zealand.
Congratulations to all the winners of the Love Reaches Out Art and Writing competition and a big thanks to everyone who entered. We had hundreds of entries to choose... and it was not an easy task for our judges Rev. Malcolm Gordon and Tom Barter.
It’s time to sharpen your pencils again for our annual art and writing competition. The theme this year is “Love in Action” so get creative and show us what inspires you – whether through a painting, drawing, sculpture, poem, or story.
Families living in cars, substandard houses and garages are finally being noticed and communities are stepping up to offer assistance. Do you wonder how children fare in these situations, as their parents and caregivers struggle to provide a home?
Families who struggle to provide the basics will receive extra treats this Easter, thanks to the generosity of St Cuthbert’s College students.Families who struggle to provide the basics will receive extra treats this Easter, thanks to the generosity of St Cuthbert’s College students.
Aucklanders are invited to “put a stake in the ground” against family violence this November 24 and to fill in a giant White Ribbon that will be located in Britomart’s Takutai Square from Noon.