Family Violence Awareness and Prevention Campaigns

WAVES Trust develops, coordinates, and/or participates in a number of violence awareness and prevention campaigns in Waitakere.

We are linked with the government funded It's Not OK Campaign and annually support the White Ribbon Day Campaign.

Visit our Campaign webpages to see what's on at the moment and find opportunities to contribute, participate, and benefit!

Latest Campaigns News

Apr
09
Campaigns
Beehive Press Release: A range of support is being rolled out across New Zealand to help people look after their mental health during COVID-19 Health Minister David Clark said this morning. One initiative launched today was the Getting through together campaign which shares ways to help Kiwis cope with the stress of COVID-19
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Mar
20
Campaigns
Raffle to fundraise for the 2020 Gumboot Friday campaign. Tickets are $10. Prizes include a $500 tattoo voucher, $150 Warehouse voucher, $50 Countdown voucher, and a Tasti prizepack. Note: Event at Catherine Plaza has been cancelled
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Mar
06
Campaigns
From Shakti: After much deliberation, and consultation Shakti Community Council Inc has made the difficult decision to delay the launch and local events organised across New Zealand and Australia
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Feb
28
Campaigns
From Shakti: 'Let's Deal With It - Eliminating Discrimination: Join us for the change!' is Shakti NZ's 2020 campaign. The campaign is being launched in Parliament and we are also hosting local events across New Zealand and in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia to kick off this important piece of work we embarked on initially in June 2019. Auckland: Friday 13 March 2020, 2-4pm, Aotea Square
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Sep
13
Campaigns
This week, 9-15 Mahuru (September) is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori. The theme for 2019 is 'Kia Kaha te Reo Māori' - 'Let’s make the Māori language strong'
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Aug
16
Campaigns
From the NZFVC: E Tū Whānau is now accepting entries for their 2019 song competition. The song competition highlights songs that inspire positive change and incorporate one or more of the six E Tū Whānau values: Aroha | Whanaungatanga | Whakapapa | Mana / Manaaki | Kōrero awhi | Tikanga
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