Birthright believes that all children have the right to a happy, secure and loving home environment. We work with families to facilitate the growth of confidence, skills and resilience within the family unit and its individual members.
Birthright understands the diversity of whanau in our communities: Most children in New Zealand will live in a home that is not comprised of a mother and a father at some point in their life. Birthright supports families and whanau in order that everyone has the opportunity to realise their full potential.
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A fond farewell
Birthright NZ would like to wish Patricia Ryan a fond farewell after working at National Office as Office Administrator for the past nine years. Patricia will be dearly missed and we wish her well in her retirement. Thanks for all your tireless effort over the years.
Photo: Pat Rawlinson from Birthright Foxton (left) and Patricia (right).
Help Birthright Taupo win big through Z
Birthright Taupo is happy to announce they are one of four community groups being supported through petrol station Z Tauhara's Good in the Hood campaign.
This means that Birthright Taupo will have the chance to share in a $4000 prize pool - how much depends on how many votes they get.
To help them in their quest all you have to do is buy something from Z Tauhara during the month of March. You'll then be given an orange token which can be used to place your vote for Birthright Taupo.
Birthright Taupo could also be in line for more money if they are one of the top ten neighbourhood groups nationwide who get the most votes in the online Token Hunt, so go to z.co.nz/Goodinthehood in March and hunt for Birthright Taupo tokens. You could also win prizes for yourself at the same time.
Head to Z Tauhara at 200 Napier-Taupo Road, Taupo and get voting!