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How we’ve made a difference to Kiwi families in the last year

In 2017-18, 6,361 clients

accessed 71 services via 10 regional or satellite service centres.

279

staff worked 228,865 hours.

304

volunteers donated 45,637 hours.

84%

of Family Works clients met their goals in 2017-18.

88%

of Family Works clients felt better prepared for the future.

86%

of Family Works clients learnt useful new skills or strategies.

96%

of Enliven clients said they had an enhanced quality of life.

76%

of Enliven clients now have a better social connection.

87%

of Enliven clients improved their social functioning.

Help Andrew feel safe at home today

Sadly, New Zealand has a terrible record of child abuse and family violence. On average, one child is killed every five weeks and a young child is hospitalised every second day as a result of abuse or neglect.

Your donation will help children cope with and recover from the effects of domestic violence. You’ll be funding Family Works services that  restore children’s lives. A regular gift of $30 each month will help pay for much-needed social services, such as counselling, play therapy, parenting programmes, social workers and emergency food parcels.

Please help us by becoming a Family Works Guardian Angel … because every child deserves to feel safe in their own home.

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