With your basket and my basket
The environment we work in can be challenging, and the issues we face are often complex. We believe that to achieve sustainable outcomes and make a real difference in the lives of the individuals and families we work with, we need to work in partnership with others.
There are a number of ways individuals and community organisations can help us meet the changing needs in our communities.
Donate to help ACW continue to deliver high-quality services to whānau and communities who need them most. We do not accept funds from gaming trusts. Read our position statement here:
Download: Gambling Funds Position Statement (844.80 KB)
Join Friends of Anglican Care Waiapu to become part of a group of dedicated donors who generously give to ACW every year.
Contact the Funding Manager to find out more and donate.
Anglican Care Waiapu is always seeking to develop strong partnerships that complement and enhance our services. If you would like to discuss practical cooperation or share ideas, please get in touch with one of the members of our senior leadership team.
Volunteers are a vital part of our organisation. As a not-for-profit agency, we could not survive without the dedication and tireless efforts of our more than 150 volunteers. They donate more than 14,000 hours a year to fill essential roles.
We have opportunities in our Bay of Plenty, Tairāwhiti, and Hawke’s Bay services. Whether you have a few hours available, or want to volunteer on a regular basis, we want to hear from you!
Get in touch with the service you are interested in volunteering with to find out more and get involved.
Anglican Care Waiapu is incredibly grateful to the many people and organisations that support our work.
John Ilott Trust
St Joan’s Trust
First Light Community Foundation