Mangere Workshops

In October 2017, Rākau Tautoko was approached to support Auckland Council in engaging key Mangere groups to come together and create a way of working together to meet the needs of the Mangere community. The following took place over two half day workshops... The facilitator was to enable all of the groups to work together …

The Tāmaki Youth Wellbeing Project

Responding to the need of the community after a contagion of seven young people lost their lives to suicide, Rākau Tautoko led a community meeting, calling people together to create a “united community response to suicide prevention”. This led to an application for funding to The Vodafone Foundation in collaboration with Tāmaki Community Development Trust …

TIES Re-designed

TIES being re-designed involved developing and implementing TIES into a sustainable, community-led initiative on behalf of the TIES Taumata Rōpu. The engagement process included several wananga at Ruapotaka Marae, for the Tāmaki community to connect and engage with TIES - learning about the original tools and help to implement the next steps of what TIES …

The Reclaim Project

Tara and Nikki worked together on the Reclaim Project to grow the community of waste based social enterprises through out both Maungakiekie and Tāmaki. This project included, Coordinating the key organisations involved in the project  Build Tamaki WRAP’s experience and capacity in establishing and operating community-led resource recovery initiatives and enterprise in the area as …

hubZERO

Tara and Candace have been connecting and developing a network of Waste Based Social Enterprises, primarily in the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki community (and now expanding to South Auckland in 2019) and responding to their needs in their development. This has involved, The management of a warehouse to provide a location for workshops, upskilling capability, and collaborations Coordination …

Whānau Awhina: Glen Innes Family Centre

This project involved collaborating with community organisations to understand the needs of parents of pre-schoolers in Tāmaki.  The main aim was to inspire and motivate Tamaki parents of 0 to 5 year olds to become part of the HEART Movement parenting journey and help create parent-led initiatives throughout Tamaki.  A co-design process was used to …