We have helped over 600 individual whānau connect, learn and reclaim their culture.
We are helping restore over 10,000 hectares of freshwater catchment in the Whakatipu.
We have supported over 560 whānau through covid isolation with kai and health support.
We have created over 75 jobs and apprenticeships in Tāhuna.
Our drop in services support over 20 whānau weekly through mental health and drug and addiction.
We have planted over 88,000 plants throughout the Whakatipu Basin.
We are leaders in Te Ao Māori in Tāhuna. We help our whānau connect, learn and reclaim their culture.
We provide pastoral care and rehabilitative services to all whānau in Queenstown-Lakes.
Our youth are our future leaders, we provide support and education to help them fulfill their potential.
Working with our catchment stakeholders, we are helping to restore the health of our Whenua
Together we can build a self-sustaining environment for our whānau to thrive. We are here as partners to help both our community and our land.