Family Works would like to thank all our incredible social workers in schools (SWiS), family workers and counsellors for the big difference they make to children and families. Every day, our Family Works staff see the impact of family violence and poverty in Kiwi homes.
Many people don’t realise that you don’t have to be rich or famous to make a bequest by leaving a gift to a charity in your will. The truth is that most bequests are made by ordinary, hardworking people...
In light of National Volunteer Week (19-26 June), we’d like to celebrate and recognise the incredible contribution that our volunteers make to Presbyterian Support Northern. We really value the time of efforts of our wonderful volunteers and know their support is essential to us.
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?
The 2016-2017 Entertainment Book is available again – packed full of deals on restaurants, cafés, family attractions and more. You can buy it either in book format or the app version, with 20 percent of the sale price donated back to services provided by us.
Family Works is one of the groups being supported through Good in the Hood at six different Z stations. That means we’ll get a share of $4,000 from Z—but how much depends on how many votes we get! To vote for us, all you need to do is buy something from Z.
Know that warm fuzzy feeling when you donate to us? Now you can multiply that by 33.3% because it’s tax time! If you donated to us between 1 April 2015 and 31 March 2016, you will receive an annual donations summary in the mail during April/May.
Social services provider Presbyterian Support Northern (PSN) has welcomed the Government’s plan to transform current structures and provision of services for the most vulnerable children.