Save Our Babies Campaign

Nga mihi ki a Save Our Babies Campaign. Kahira Rata Olley was the founder for this campaign who continually worked hard to support and protect our vulnerable tamariki who experienced trauma. But not just our babies but adults to. She also helps and supports whanau in need of food clothing

Turuki Health Care

There are not enough words to thank the frontline kaimahi at Turuki Health Care who continue to go above and beyond to assist the community in the fight against Delta; long hours in clinic and/or mobile units; vaccinating, testing, delivering medicine & kai, welfare calls, home visits the list goes

Frontline kaimahi

A huge shout out to our frontline kaimahi doing the hard yards, long hours, working hard for our people, our communities – we love and appreciate you – mahia te mahi

māmā’s and pāpā’s

Ngā mihi to our stay-at-home māmā’s and pāpā’s supporting our tamariki and moko’s through these uncertain times!

Big mihi – Te Kāika, Iwi lead Health and Wellbeing Hub

Big mihi – Te Kāika, Iwi Lead Health and Wellbeing hub – understands it takes a village! “Whanau need Health and wellbeing services that are collaborative and joined up with a focus on equity of access!”

We would like to acknowledge all the kaimahi involved on the frontline and behind the scene for the lead role Te Kāika played in the Covid-19 vaccination drive, organising clinics for Māori, Pasifika katoa! Running the mass vaccination clinics for the Ōtepoti community at the Edgar Centre and Forsyth Barr Stadium. We are in awe of the mahi you did and do!