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

Oct
30
Campaigns
Red Cross would like to spread the word about the Visitor Care Manaaki Manuhiri programme, which offers support to Foreign Nationals in New Zealand. The programme has been extended for an additional two months till November 30th. This means that people in New Zealand on visitor, work, and student visas and people working under the RSE seasonal workers scheme, living under financial hardship, can continue to apply for support
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Oct
09
Campaigns
From Voyce – Whakarongo Mai: We ask that all incoming Members of Parliament make 6 PROMISES to the more than 6000 tamariki and rangatahi (children and young people) currently in state care in Aotearoa New Zealand – and to those who come into state care in the future
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Sep
25
Campaigns
From PSA: Let's Do Even Better is the PSA's 2020 election campaign. This year's campaign is centred on the Aotearoa Wellbeing Commitment which is advocating for government investment in 6 essential services - healthcare, education, housing, income support, public transport and internet. The Aotearoa Wellbeing Commitment is a new way of making sure all New Zealanders are cared for, regardless of how much money is in our pockets. It is a commitment to ensure all key public services are universally delivered, so everyone gets the chance to do well socially, mentally, and physically
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Sep
18
Campaigns
From Five to Thrive: A joint initiative from four of New Zealand’s leading children’s organisations aims to put the needs of tamariki at the top of the agenda ahead of Election 2020, calling for politicians and all people in Aotearoa to support five vital ‘asks’ for children. Launched today by Barnardos, Te Kahui Mana Ririki, Whānau Āwhina Plunket and Save the Children New Zealand, Five to Thrive identifies the five issues where urgent change is needed to ensure Aotearoa’s tamariki can thrive. The campaign asks politicians to commit to addressing these issues, and the voting public to support calls for urgent progress to be made
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Sep
18
Campaigns
From the NZFVC: Te Wiki o te Reo Māori is 14 - 20 Mahuru (September) this year. The theme for 2020 is again 'Kia Kaha te Reo Māori' - 'Let’s make the Māori language strong'
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Sep
18
Campaigns
From the NZFVC: E Tū Whānau is now accepting entries for the 2020 song competition
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