We support people from all walks of life to reach their full potential by working with them to improve their individual and family/whānau wellbeing. We embrace diversity and our work reflects this.
The Trust oversees the following entities:
Our wide variety of services aim to help communities thrive. They address a range of needs including poverty, homelessness, substance addiction, unemployment, physical and intellectual disability, offender rehabilitation, and mental health challenges.
Our organisation is committed to empowering disadvantaged communities through our innovative services and programmes. This commitment is guided by our strategic priorities of Māori succeeding as Māori, Lived Experience and Diversity are Privileged, and Thriving Pacific Peoples. You can read more about these in Our Strategic Pou.
Māori Succeeding as Māori
Lived Experience and Diversity
Thriving Pacific peoples
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