Children’s Day New Zealand – Te Rā O Ngā Tamariki

Celebrate Children’s Day New Zealand Te Rā O Ngā Tamariki Aroha You can never spoil a child with too much aroha. Showing warmth and affection builds trust and positive self-esteem. Whānau Safe, loving, supportive whānau and communities surrounding tamariki will help them to grow and flourish. Kōrero Talking with tamariki […]

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Celebrate Te Rā o Ngā Tamariki | Children’s Day at home

Play Chasing Pirates
What you’ll need

Some energy to burn, especially on a rainy day, a large area and two or more people.
How to play ‘Chasing Pirates’
Whatever the weather, get outside for some pirate fun!
Choose who will be the pirates (often the kids) and who will

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SOME OF THE WAYS WE HAVE REACHED OUT TO OUR COMMUNITIES:

We have been present at markets in Central and West Auckland and have spoken to many people there.
We visited School Galas, where we received a good reception from parents and teachers.
We delivered posters to shop windows, people in the street and at bus stops. One
response was

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Otara Markets

Otara Markets

The Child Abuse Prevention Foundation delivered many bags of clothes, toys, books and household items. These were given by schools and people in the West Auckland Community. Our founder, Andrea used to teach in Otara and for her the connection is still strong. CAPF has been there several times before

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Donated Toys

Donated Toys

Angel Smith and Andrea Deeth wish to thank everybody who donated toys to their organisation. Nearly 1000 teddy bears, books and toys were received from an area reaching from Takanini to Auckland.
They have been working in Otara talking to parents about caring for their children. While parents talked, children

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No violence this Christmas

We recently featured in the Western Leader. Below is a copy of the article 18th December 2014.
NO VIOLENCE THIS CHRISTMAS
WHAT is meant to be the happiest time of year for families can often turn into the worst of times due to family violence.
This is why Waitemata Police

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