North East Valley Families in Crisis

$522 donated
Given by 13 generous donors in 4 weeks

Three former refugee families living in NEV are in desperate need for support to move to new healthy homes.


Please help the families in the Valley

Three former refugee families who’ve found their community in the Valley are in dire need of support to attain warm, healthy homes, due to leases expiring and homes making them unwell.

Following publicity about their situation many people have asked if they can help these families directly.

The families are distressed, panicked and gravely worried about their health. They are appealing to the valley community for help to find safe, warm, dry and affordable homes for the long term. In the meantime, giving to this cause will help us to assist them with emergency accommodation and costs associated with finding and moving to new homes.

Read more in the April edition of Valley Voice:

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About us

We're a community led development project. Together with our community, we aim to enhance the life of the North East Valley community, particularly as it promotes the wellbeing of local children and their families and whanau.

Use of funds

This fundraiser will be used to help provide emergency accommodation, moving costs and to help the families in their time of crisis.

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Guest Donor on 16 Apr 2019
Alma on 08 Apr 2019
Meg on 05 Apr 2019
Nell on 05 Apr 2019
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Guest Donor on 04 Apr 2019

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