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Care and protection of the older person against abuse and neglect.
Education and advocacy for families and public.
Encouraging the research of one's family history or genealogy(whakapapa), tracing ones ancestors and recording one's family tree for future generations.
Mission Statement - preserving the past for the future.
Meetings are held at Stoneycroft House, cnr Expressway and Omahu Road, Hastings entrance opposite Gull Service Station
Day Meeting every 4th Monday at 9.45
Evening Meeting every 3rd Monday at 7.15
Habitat for Humanity is an International Christian not-for-profit organization that works in partnership with people of good will and families in need, to eliminate inadequate housing by building and/or renovating and selling simple, decent homes that have affordable repayments to selected families who cannot secure a loan or mortgage by normal means.
The organisation was founded in the USA in 1976, Habitat for Humanity New Zealand was established in 1992, and the Hawke’s Bay affiliate began operating in 1996 and has recently amalgamated with Waikato and Gisborne to form the new Habitat for Humanity Central North Island affiliate.
This is a support service for unpaid family carers who provide care for an adult or child in their family with a serious illness, learning disorder or disability.
The service includes:
- Monthly get togethers in Hastings and Taradale
- Carers pamper day
- Quarterly newsletters to carers
- A website
We are committed to supporting unpaid family carers with free information and group support.