Mana Wāhine

Mana Wāhine is a charitable trust who deliver a twelve-week wānanga called Te Ara Wairoa, an empowerment programme focusing on identity, purpose and healthy boundaries for wāhine on the journey towards healing, restoration and transformation.
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Tūhono Taonga, Tūhono Tāngata

Tūhono Taonga, Tūhono Tāngata uses Toi Māori as a gateway to Māori empowerment and self-belief. This kaupapa works with rangatahi in schools providing them with the tools and mātauranga for carving, hoping to give students a sense of wellbeing.
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Matariki Mushrooms

Matariki Mushrooms in Motueka are reconnecting people to sustainable food sources and sharing their knowledge of permaculture through growing native mushrooms as a traditional healthy kai.
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Little Shop of Taonga

Little Shop of Taonga is a whānau-driven business that sells handmade products to support mahinga kai, hunter gatherers and weavers with their mahi toi.
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Honeybeez Preschool & Nursery

In 2018 Jasmyn and her whānau took over Honeybeez where they provide high quality and affordable childcare. Supporting tamariki to walk in both te ao Māori and te ao Pākehā, they continue to build on this dream and discover new opportunities.
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Te Pātaka in Te Tau Ihu has been supporting whānau in need for over a year

In the months since the 2020 Covid-19 lockdown, Te Pātaka received over 1650 referrals, it has supported 1423 whānau, which represents around 4,498 individuals and it now has 74 referral agencies.
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Whare Manaaki is a kaupapa Māori organisation operating on the West Coast supporting whānau and parents

Whare Manaaki has become a hub where whānau of all backgrounds can seek support raising their tamariki with a sense of ownership and validation of their own identity. “It’s a place for everybody - Māori and non-Māori," says creator Eli.
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Tikanga is at the heart of Tū Pono: Mana Tangata

Tū Pono: Mana Tangata is a kaupapa that operates through wānanga and programmes developed to provide advocacy and to raise awareness of domestic violence, suicide and sexual abuse.
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Te Haumanu – a health and wellbeing wānanga

The Brennan whānau held Te Haumanu a health and wellbeing wānanga that focuses on providing whānau with advice and information, so they can make informed choices about their health.
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Te Hā Oranga o Tuahiwi

“Getting fit and staying healthy can take a lot of hard work so it’s great to see people in our group making that sort of personal commitment. That’s what it’s all about."
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