Rutu’s dreams and aspirations come from lived experience following the tragic suicide of her 18year old brother, and she determined to do something to honour his memory and help raise awareness about suicide causations and risks.
Fossil Creek Farm Trust offers unique respite facilities including qualified therapists, 100 acres and 150 animals and provides wellbeing wānanga for rangatahi, wahine and tane.
This initiative plans to develop a suicide and prevention wellbeing programme for the people of Te Runanga O Arowhenua.
A 3 day noho wananga for Kaimahi teaches the Mātauranga approach used by Tohunga Papa Hohepa Delamere which focuses on Te Taha Wairua aspects of Whakamomori, and works to rebalance the mauri of those experiencing mental and psychological health challenges.
Tu Kaha Tu Ora plans to run a 36 week course to provide rangatahi with the tools to develop a healthy and robust hauora (well being) .
This project is a series of wānanga aimed at disempowering beliefs that no longer serve our Māori fathers well, and replacing them with empowering beliefs to create a compelling future for them and their whānau.
We are interested in supporting whānau who have been negatively impacted by suicide. We aim to work with whānau to help them gain their individual and collective confidence
The Better Whānau Initiative Programme is designed to work with young rugby players who aspire to play at a professional level.
Maranga Mai is a united platform for change, leadership, and collaboration encouraging active participation and involvement.
This is a programme to develop the story of telling through tukutuku. This traditional Māori artform abounds with deep layers of whakapapa, history, innovation, healing, storytelling and more.