Cycling For Tamariki
Cycling For Tamariki's goal is to create an Aotearoa that is conscious of the young people affected by the state care system.Wellington
VOYCE Whakarongo Mai alumni Mana Williams-Eade is holding Cycling For Tamariki in Wellington to help support VOYCE Whakarongo Mai. Mana, along with a group of volunteers will ride stationary bicycles in November for one minute for every child and young person living state care.
Please show your support for Mana and VOYCE Whakarongo Mai as we try to accelerate this movement forward.
We are VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai, which stands for Voice of the Young and Care Experienced – Listen to me. The multi-coloured sound waves in our logo visually represent the individual and collective voices of children in care, with the semi-circle shape symbolising connection and community. We believe children and young people in care need to be heard and their voices kept at the centre of all the decisions made about them. VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai is a voice from children and young people in care, not an adult voice for them. We are community that connects children and young people who have been or are in care, and promotes their individual and collective voice so that they can influence the care system to meet their needs and realise their aspirations. Our whakapapa reflects a strong and unique partnership between young people, government, the philanthropic and non-government sectors. We believe that it is only in working together that the vision of building a community of positive, confident and capable care experienced young people will be realised.
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Funds raised will be donated to VOYCE Whakarongo Mai. VOYCE is a charitable organisation set in place to amplify the voices of tamariki and rangatahi atawhai.
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This page was created on 3 Oct 2018 and closed on 15 Nov 2018.