Tara was able to provide monthly supervision for the mentor coordinator at the Brothers In Arms office . This was particularly needed during the creation of the wonderful Young Parent Mentoring Programme and then ongoing supervision throughout the year of the programme. Timeframe: March 2017 - August 2018 Other Key Organisations involved: Brothers In …
Tāmaki WRAP got in touch with Rākau Tautoko in early 2017 to enter into a collaboration around delivering an initiative called Reclaim Tāmaki. The Maungakiekie Tāmaki Local Board provided the funds for this initiative to Tāmaki WRAP to: Build Tāmaki WRAP experience and capacity in establishing and operating community-led resource recovery initiatives and enterprises. Develop social …
Facilitating workshops promoting the use of Reusable Menstrual Products for women in need.
Continuing supporting The HEART Movement work through Change Agent growth and development and Whānau engagement.
The development and facilitation of a community calendar that has local administrators adding their activities onto an online calendar that all can access.
Supporting the growth and development of The HEART Movement Change Agents - local community members who share healthy relationship messages.
Facilitating the re-growth of TIES alongside local leaders in the community of Tāmaki. Hosting and facilitating a series of meetings for community members that wanted to revitalise TIES in their practice and community.
Working alongside the GIFC Youth Social Worker to develop a programming plan for the creation of a new youth programme to support youth at risk.
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 …
Supporting the HEART Parenting Coordinator to research, document, develop and coordinate a movement around healthy parenting in Tāmaki