The annual 3 Day Challenge was held during the last week of Term 1, organised and run by Birthright Hawke’s Bay Child & Family Care with funding from the Ministry of Social Development Social Worker in Schools (SWiS) Preventative Programme...

Robin Tinga – Tenants Protection Association

Robin Tinga is a volunteer Board member of Tenants Protection Association (TPA) in Christchurch. A father of two children, he works in mechanical engineering at Wyma Engineering in Hornby, -...

Irving Builders have joined the 2017 Playhouse Challenge ! Growing up in Fairlie, Lance Irving’s building career started at a young age working on projects with his father. In 2006,...

With more than 30 years' experience in designing and building playhouses for children and their families, Pound Road Trading is excited to be involved in this year's Playhouse Challenge...

The Playhouse Challenge team enjoyed a beautiful morning in the sun, running and walking in the annual Star City...

The Fusion Homes team is delighted to be taking part in the Playhouse Challenge . It’s our way of supporting the Christchurch community by acknowledging and supporting the work of...

As part of the local ’Blue Light Empowering Youth’ initiative, Birthright Hawke’s Bay Child & Family Care teamed up with the Community Police Force in January to offer eighteen teenage girls the opportunity to understand how to build healthy...

Every term break Birthright Wellington hosts a two-day children’s self-esteem building programme.

In September 2016, 12 children between the ages of 6 and 12 were identified as children that would otherwise miss out on experiences that...

Birthright Hawke’s Bay Child & Family Care celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Twin Cities Toy Run on Sunday 13th November.

The Toy Run is organised by Birthright Hawke’s Bay every year. The bikers each bring a child’s toy by way...

Birthright celebrated 50 years of helping one parent families in Ashburton with plenty of cake and local support in November.

The fledgling branch began back in June 1966 when Ashburton Jaycees called a public meeting with the aim of...

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