Proceeds

Funds raised in 2019 were spent on the following local anti violence initiatives:

  • Tāne Ora an anti-violence programme for men only promoting positive behaviour and wellness - Taupō

    ·    Wā Hine Ora an anti-violence programme for women only promoting positive behaviour and wellness – Taupō

    ·    Tāne Orangatanga an anti-violence programme for men only promoting positive behaviour and wellness - Mangakino

    ·    Wā Hine Orangatanga an anti-violence programme for women only promoting positive behaviour and wellness – Mangakino

    ·    Information stalls at Our Neighbourhood events, White Ribbon and Children’s Day

    ·    Billboard Campaign It's OK to ask for Help: Neighbours have a part to play: see something, do something

    ·    Local agency training and workshops

    ·    Support for Taupō Violence Intervention Network with ongoing awareness raising activities and production of local resources- see examples below


Funds raised in 2017 were spent on the following local anti violence initiatives:

  • Tāne Ora an anti violence programme for men only promoting positive behaviour and wellness - Taupō
  • Wā Hine Ora an anti violence programme for women only promoting positive behaviour and wellness Taupō
  • Financial support for Male Mentor role with Family Start and REAP
  • Information stalls at Our Neighbourhood events, School Gala days, Health and Safety days etc.
  • Billboard Campaign It's OK to ask for Help: Men and Neighbours in the Community who you can call on
  • Local agency training 
  • Support for Taupo Violence Intervention Network with ongoing awareness raising activities and production of local resources- see examples below
Funds raised in 2015 were spent on the following local anti violence initiatives:
  • Tāne Ora an anti violence programme for men only promoting positive behaviour and wellness - Taupō, Turangi
  • Wa Hine Ora an anti violence programme for women only promoting positive behaviour and wellness Taupō, Turangi
  • Financial support for Male Mentor role with Family Start
  • Brainwave presentations Taupō, Turangi, Mangakino
  • Information stalls at Our Neighbourhood events, School Gala days, Prevention First Expo and Health and Safety days etc.
  • Billboard Campaign highlighting the effects of alcohol and family violence on children.
  • Support for Taupō Violence Intervention Network with ongoing awareness raising activities and production of local resources- see examples below
  • Puppet Show on anti-bullying to 1000 school children of the District.

 Funds raised in 2013 were spent on the following local anti violence initiatives:
  • Anger Management for Women Taupō, Turangi
  • Anger Management for Men Taupō
  • Mana Tāne - a self-development programme for men only covering relationships, parenting, anger and stress management, with a meal and transport provided if required
  • Mana Wahine- a self-development programme for women only covering relationships, parenting, anger and stress management, with a creche
  • Tāne Ora an anti violence programme for men only promoting positive behaviour and wellness
  • Support for Taupō Violence Intervention Network with ongoing awareness raising activities and production of local resources - see examples below


Funds raised in 2012 were spent on the following local initiatives:

  • Mana ne -a self- development programme for men only covering relationships, parenting, anger and stress management, with a meal and transport provided if required.
  • Mana Wāhine-a self- development programme for women only covering relationships, parenting, anger and stress management, with a creche 
  • Anger Management for Women with a creche.
  • Nathan Mikaere- Wallis Brain development expert community wide event featuring several talks at different venues including a fun housie night - talking about how alcohol and violence can affect brain development.
  • Financial support for the Male Mentor role with Family Start.
  • Financial support for the Tumeke Whanau Day organised by Te Whare Oranga Wairua -Maori Womens Refuge.
  • Media campaigns -including Its Not Ok Relationship Quiz, Blow the Whistle (violence on the sports field) and Child Protection.
  • Information stalls at Our Neighbourhood events, School Gala days, Prevention First Expo and Health and Safety days etc.
  • Billboard Campaign highlighting the effects of alcohol and family violence on children.
  • Puppet Show on anti-bullying to 1000 school children of the District.
  • One to One parenting for extreme high needs cases.
  • Hosting the It’s Not OK Champion Vic Tamati visits to the inmates at Rangipo prison and talks with community groups including Youth at Apōpō and Alternative Education.

We are very happy to have your feedback and any ideas on what else we can do to eliminate violence in our communities.