Key StakeholdersConnecting and building solid trusting relationships.
We consider our stakeholders to be the people we serve in the community, those we partner with to achieve our goals, and those who have an interest in the success of our work. We work hard to find productive ways of collaborating and increasing our collective impact.
Our vulnerable parents and children in Northland
With a focus on whanau in Kaitaia.
Who build our capacity to deliver programmes.
Trusts and individuals who make our work possible.
Our strategic partners
Who help us to access strategies, resources, advice, and networks to grow.
A key development in our growth and effectiveness over the past year has been the forming of a relationship with Parenting Place. Without the support of their team we would not have been able to transition to who we are today. Thanks Newell and Jacqui for making this very special relationship possible! Parenting Place are also connecting us with like-minded organizations such as Te Whakaora Tangata.
Local Health and Wellbeing Agencies
We engage with local health and wellbeing agencies to equip parents in our Feed My Lambs programme – including Immunisation, 0800 My Teeth, Hospital Midwives, Maternal Mental Health, Northland District Health Board, Te Tai Tokerau PHO, Preschool Education, Family Planning, Budgeting, Drivers Licenses and Healthy Homes.
Te Hiku Hauora
Te Hiku Hauora is another strategic partner. They are the largest health provider in the Far North and we are working together to shape plans for parents who need extra support.
We value our relationships and the opportunity for collaboration with like-minded people, groups and organisations in our community. Among these are Te Whare Ruruhau o Meri, Salvation Army, Far North REAP, Kaitaia Plunket, Department of Internal Affairs, Te Oranga Whanau Services, Department of Corrections, Strengthening Families, Womens Refuge, Waitomo Papakainga & Te Rarawa Anga Mua.
We want to acknowledge the trusts and grant funding boards who have bought into our vision and championed us with the financial support that is making our work possible. Thank you to Lotteries Community, COGS, Tindall Foundation Grassroots Fund, Hostel of the Holy Name, LW Nelson Trust, John Ilott Charitable Trust, Oxford Community Trust, The Catholic Caring Foundation, Perpetual Guardian and Public Trust, Pub Charity, Foundation North