One of our practitioners views of a local community dinner that The HEART Movement facilitates every Friday night.
Creating spaces for community groups to flourish and grow, Rākau Tautoko became a part of a partner to create a network of hot desk spaces in Panmure, Auckland.
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.
Supporting the HEART Parenting Coordinator to research, document, develop and coordinate a movement around healthy parenting in Tāmaki
Engaging with the Tāmaki community to identify their level of understanding around waste reduction. This was then developed into a project to help build on their knowledge and skills and create a community owned and led project.
Conducting interviews and documenting local community leaders views of healthy relationships and family violence to assess the readiness levels of the Tāmaki community to discuss and lower family violence.
Working alongside a team of community leaders to create a way of working that will enable all kinds of community (place, interest and future) to come together and work as one.
Intensive Social Work intervention with young parents to codesign a youth-led programme that was run by the young mums themselves.
A collective of youth focused projects, programmes, and networks achieved in Tāmaki between 2005 to 2010.