Rata Foundation: The Canterbury Community Trust Special Fund
"Repairing the fabric of Canterbury communities, and supporting all communities within the funding regions of The Canterbury Community Trust, is at the heart of the Special Fund.
The release of $25 million by The Canterbury Community Trust is a one-off fund to support the social infrastructure of Christchurch and minimise the ongoing effects of the quake in the regions the Trust funds. With this fund we hope to knit together the various threads that make us unique."
We are extremely grateful to Rata Foundation for financially supporting this project. We worked closely with Bridget and Tanya who not only saw our vision but supported us to make it a reality.
The All Right? campaign
The All Right? campaign is synonomous with wellbeing and social recovery within the Canterbury region. The research they produced compelled us to create this resource. The team supported us from the outset, endorsing our work and assisting by openly sharing their expertise and wisdom. A huge thank you to Sue, Jo, Ciaran and Annabel.
Read their research here.
Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust
We were honoured to be included in the Canterbury Earthquake Appeal Trust's Parent Support Package. They have generously enabled the resource to reach a much wider audience, including Years 0-2 across Christchurch, Selwyn and Waimakariri. The following agencies were also included in the Parent Support Package: All Right?, The Christchurch Methodist Mission, St John of God Waipuna, CERA, SKIP, CDHB, The Mental Health Foundation, Ministry of Social Development, The Red Cross, He Waka Tapu, Pacific Trust Canterbury, Mental Health Education Resource Centre, Te Puna Oranga, Selwyn Parenting network, Stopping Violence Service
New Zealand Red Cross
We are extremely grateful to the New Zealand Red Cross for their financial support to continue our projects into 2016.
"We are committed to standing by the people of Canterbury as we recover from one of the worst disasters New Zealand has experienced.
Recovery is a marathon not a sprint. We will continue to do more and reach further to support Cantabrians on this journey.
How to get more helpThe recovery process can be difficult, but it also offers the possibility of uplifting people and bringing out the best in all of us.
Our outreach volunteers are present at a number of community hubs to provide a listening ear or information about Red Cross programmes and services. For details, contact our recovery team on 0800 468 873."