Despite her vivacious personality, octogenarian Lisbet was really lonely. A newcomer to Picton, she spent long days at home alone while her family worked and attended school.
A team from Enliven in Canterbury were excited to host yet another PSUSI Service Morning Tea; this time in the new main office, Te Korowai.
Today a team from Presbyterian Support USI presented a very special Cashmere High School student with a taonga to recognise her work in supporting student wellbeing.
Our volunteers are vital to the work Presbyterian Support does. In the upper South Island alone we have approximately 300 volunteers donating thousands and thousands of hours.
Christchurch, 28 June 2019 -- Presbyterian Support Upper South Island today announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, Barry Helem.
The building’s name, Te Korowai (meaning cloak), signifies safety, strength, and connection for both staff and clients alike. A gifted korowai will permanently reside at Te Korowai.
The building, named Te Korowai – The Home of Presbyterian Support Upper South Island, will house about 60 staff, including corporate and service employees.
Presbyterian Support celebrates Pink Shirt Day! In Christchurch today staff showed off their pink shirt style from top-to-toe over a pink-themed morning tea.
Tuning in to Kids is a six-session course that teaches parents to recognise, understand and respond to children's emotions in an accepting, supportive way.