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Children's Services Flexi Funding: Updated Pack and updates

May 07, 2021 at 9:28 AM

From Waitematā Police

Kia ora team

Please see below an updated Children’s Flexi Fund pack for use and distribution to your networks and teams.

Click here to download the latest PowerPoint

Click here to download the latest application form

The updated pack makes it clear that:

  • Non-resident tamariki and rangitahi are entitled to receive funding from this fund if they have experienced family harm within New Zealand.

As an update - across New Zealand there have been 56 applications received and approved. These include a variety of goods and services including:

  • School uniforms;
  • Day care arrears;
  • Sports programmes; and
  • Assessments to test for learning disability.

As you can see, the criteria is broad as detailed in the pack.  


Ngā mihi


Inspector Kelly Farrant

Director: Whangāia Ngā Pā Harakeke

M  +64 21 191 4375


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