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PBI is proud to partner with TAWK (Te Ahi Wairua o Kaikōura Charitable Trust) to raise awareness of their cause and inspiring giving.
PBI Safety Group have partnered with four NZ based charities to raise community awareness and inspire generosity.
Established by the Projects, Installation and Recertification Teams within PBI Height Safety, Team Two, or Mud Rush, have chosen to support a local charity that aims to develop better pathways for Māori.
"They have various programs that help whanau (families), Wahine (Women), Tane (Men) and Tamariki (children) with mental health (trauma, addictions, violence etc), housing, food, wellbeing and many more. We’re all super keen to get this underway and look forward to creating positive change in the community." -Moka Te Wake, Installer, PBI Height Safety
About TAWK (Te Ahi Wairua o Kaikōura Charitable Trust).
Te Ahi Wairua kaupapa is originlly driven by a common vision within its members to increase the level of cultural prosperity and social wealth within our community. By providing a platform of Māori initiatives that deliver an array of programmes dedicated to promoting Māori achievement, success and celebrations we would enhance resilient whānau with sustainable whānau ora outcomes. Our vision is that every gender and every generation will be cared for appropriately and sustained through recognition and delivery of Whānau Oranga kaupapa Māori. There is an alignment within our community identity where connectedness is strengthened through shared priorities and responsibility and by increasing an awareness of maintaining cultural integrity through every walk of life.
Learn more about TAWK and how they help local communities on their Facebook page; @teahiwairua
PBI is proud to partner with TAWK (Te Ahi Wairua o Kaikōura Charitable Trust) to raise awareness of their cause and inspiring giving to progress the amazing work they are doing.
The funds will be used to enhance whānau aspirations and strengthen whānau, Hapu, and Hāpori (Community) connections by hosting a range of culturally responsive activities and initiatives.