St John of God Hauora Trust

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Every day our people deliver high quality care and support to vulnerable young people, parents and people living with a disability.

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St John of God Hauora Trust is a leading provider of disability, youth and social services in New Zealand.

We provide important and life-enhancing services to people living with a physical or neurological disability in a range of locations in New Zealand through our Health and Ability Services. In the South Island we operate a residential and respite care facility St John of God Halswell, as well as four Community Homes in the Christchurch and Selwyn districts of Canterbury. In the North Island we deliver residential and respite care to people living with a physical or neurological disability at our St John of God Karori facility.

Our Community Youth and Child Services delivers an innovative range of programmes at St John of God Waipuna providing young people, their families/whanau and the community with support and opportunities for development.

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As a leading provider of health and ability and social services in New Zealand, we strive to improve the quality of life of vulnerable people in our communities.

St John of God Hauora Trust provides care to people living with a disability and children, young people and families through our Health and Ability Services and Community, Youth and Child Services divisions.

We provide important and life-enhancing services to people living with a physical or neurological disability in a range of locations in New Zealand through our Health and Ability Services. In the South Island we operate a residential and respite care facility St John of God Halswell, as well as four Community Homes in the Christchurch and Selwyn districts of Canterbury. In the North Island we deliver residential and respite care to people living with a physical or neurological disability at our St John of God Karori facility.

Our Community Youth and Child Services delivers an innovative range of programmes at St John of God Waipuna providing young people, their families/whanau and the community with support and opportunities for development.

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  • June Carroll

    June Carroll on 01 Jul 2019

    $100

    $100

    • St John of God Hauora Trust

      Ka rawe June! Thank you so much for your support for our work. We very much appreciate every donation we receive and it will help contribute towards important care for people living with complex physical and neurological disability as well as support for youth at risk and young parents.

  • Kathy Clark

    Kathy Clark on 13 Dec 2018

    Private

    Karori

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  • Joe, Gill and Val

    Joe, Gill and Val on 02 Mar 2017

    Private

    A donation to thank you all for your loving care of our sister in law, cousin and Aunty, Judith Stanton, who passed away at St John of God, Halswell, on 8 February this year.

    Private

  • Cathy, Hew and Danny Norris

    Cathy, Hew and Danny Norris on 08 Aug 2016

    $200

    This is for the Trust but in particular for the home in Karori (if that works, no worries if it doesn't). We are involved there but haven't been for a while since we had our baby. Look forward to seeing people soon!

    $200

  • Darfield Coffee

    Darfield Coffee on 29 Jul 2016

    $5

    $5


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