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Our Supporters

Presbyterian Support Central is incredibly grateful, to each and every supporter.

While we do receive critical Government funding, it only goes part of the way to providing vital health and social services for children, young people, elders and their whānau.

It is Presbyterian Support Central’s members, supporters, volunteers, grant funders and sponsors that allow us to make positive and lasting change in communities each and every day.

Individuals

While there are far too many individual financial supporters and volunteers to list, the generosity and dedication of these people does not go unnoticed! Every year these numerous and wonderful people make a difference to the lives of hundreds of children, young people, parents and elders in communities across the lower North Island.

Trusts and Foundations

Special thanks to the following trusts and foundations which have made generous grants in 2016-17.

Community Organisation Grants Scheme has supported Family Works Whanganui, Taranaki, Wellington, Upper Hutt.

Four Winds Foundation has supported Family Works’ social work and counselling services for vulnerable children, young people and their families in greater Wellington.

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JR McKenzie has supported the devlopment of an intensive parenting programme for women being released from prison.

Lottery Community Funding has supported social work services for women and children in need in Manawatu.

St Johns in the City has supported Family Works’ services for women being released from prison.

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The Tindall Foundation has supported the youth services in Upper Hutt, wrap around ‘Family Solutions’ support for Whanganui and Taranaki children and families and the new Family Works Manawatu centre.

The Thomas George Macarthy Trust has supported Family Works Wairarapa’s Wisdom and Wellbeing programme.ces in Upper Hutt, wrap around ‘Family Solutions’ support for Whanganui and Taranaki children and families and the new Family Works Manawatu centre.

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Winton and Margaret Bear Charitable Trust has provided funding for Family Works’ counselling and family therapy services for vulnerable children, young people and their families in the greater Wellington Region.

In addition:

  • Four Regions Trust provided funding for insulation at Family Works Whanganui.
  • Gordon Lindsay Isaacs Estate has supported the running of Family Works Manawatu.
  • Lions Foundation provided funding for a mobility scooter for the residents of Enliven’s Huntleigh Home in Karori.
  • Margaret Watt Children’s Trust has supported Family Works’ counselling services for vulnerable children in Whanganui.
  • Pelorus Trust has supported the running of the Family Works centre in Porirua.
  • Rimutaka Trust provided part funding for a Family Works group programme for vulnerable teenage girls in Upper Hutt.
  • Roy and Jan Mace Trust has funded music therapy for elders at Kandahar Court.
  • Strathlachlan Fund has provided funding for Family Works counselling services for vulnerable women in Palmerston North.
  • Tom and Ann Cunningham Trust has provided funding for garden improvements at Kandahar Home.
  • Trust House has funded music therapy for elders at Kandahar Court.
  • Wellington Children’s Foundation has funded resources for Family Works services for children and young people.

Legacies

Presbyterian Support Central is also incredibly grateful to the supporters who chose to leave a gift in their Will. These wonderful people are helping to create positive and lasting change in their communities; their legacy lives on.