Welcome to our e-newsletter
It is hard to believe a quarter of the year has almost passed. We have been very busy working on interesting projects over the last few months and how time flies!
Some of our key projects/organisations we have been working alongside include, Trees that Count, Reconnecting Northland, Youth Connections, VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai, the Vivid Economics Research paper and many more. You can read more about some these projects below.
VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai is the new independent connection and advocacy service for children and young people in care. It officially launches on April 1, so look out for it in the news. Recently, I was interviewed on Radio New Zealand talking about VOYCE. Listen here »
Last week a report commissioned by Globe-NZ – a cross party group of 35 MPs, was published. It puts forward robust and visionary scenarios for how New Zealand might achieve greenhouse gas emission neutrality in the second half of this century, as called for under the Paris Agreement. Combining an international perspective with local knowledge and expertise, the report has been funded by a group of donors within New Zealand, including The Tindall Foundation. It offers New Zealanders a compelling summary of our potential to become a net zero emission nation. Read more »
We also welcome two new Funding Manager representatives, Sally Lavea from ADRA and Nicola Edwards from Auckland Foundation (formally Auckland Communities Foundation) who will be working alongside Martina in the distribution of TTF funding and `Supporting Families and Social Services` within their communities. Welcome to the team folks! Great to have you on board!