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EHARA TAKU TOA I TE TOA TAKITAHI ENGARI HE TOA TAKIMANO My strength is not that of an indivudual, but that of the collective
Lockdown was a difficult time for those who lost loved ones. Tyrone Raumati's aroha for his people meant going beyond what was required
While many of us rediscovered the joy of cooking during the lockdown, few took their foodie passions as far as Fran Waishing and Tracy Hickford
Many local communities came together to support each other during Lockdown. Brigitte Sistig from GreyLynn2030 coordinated neighbourhood communications
Everyone need someone to talk to. Everyone needs someone who cares, Mentors kept on connecting during Lockdown - it helped!
Individually, it would be harder, but as a collective there are a lot of us, we can deliver something really worthwhile for our community. Wise words...
Phil Goff thanks volunteers for Covid-19 response during National Volunteering Week 2020
Many rural communities came together to support each other during Lockdown. Steven Price from Laingholm created a hub of support
Volunteering Auckland gives a "Wave of Appreciation" to our Lockdown Heroes - volunteers who gave their time, talent, compassion and heart to their co...
From being homeless and needing support to helping others Dinah's passion for helping others got her through Lockdown