Who we are
Nau mai, haere mai.
As we age it is easy to become isolated or vulnerable. We build relationships among people in our communities, encouraging members to support one another. We want everyone to be able to live at home as they age, with continued well-being and participation in their communities and marae.
Thriving, inclusive and connected communities, where everyone has a sense of purpose, belonging, and well-being.
To foster well-being for seniors / kaumātua in our communities, whānau/hapū/iwi by promoting mutual support and reciprocal relationships.
Trusted with mana
Trusted people from Whakatane
We are local people wanting to age well in our own homes and communities. We are encouraging others to do likewise, and will work together to reduce isolation and vulnerability.
Our support page gives you an idea of the types of support we are looking to provide. We are keen to know of any other areas where assistance might be needed.
We are compiling a list of tradespeople who are recommended by our core group to be competent, honest and community minded.
For a larger job members can get support from one of our volunteer retired tradespeople who can advise and monitor the quality of the work.