Northpoint Community Trust

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Northpoint Community Trust was established by Northpoint Baptist Church out of a desire for the Church to be proactive in its role in conne

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  Taranaki Family Support

Northpoint Community Trust offers Toolbox parenting courses, mainly music for pre-schoolers, Evergreens group for older people, and annual Light Party, ICONZ and IFG for 8-12yr olds, a small foodbank service and children's second-hand clothes shop and has a Youth Worker based in a local primary school working with Year 7&8 students.

The Trust has been able to help families who've needed some extra clothing for their children, has provided emergency food parcels and 40 Christmas Hampers to families each year. The annual Light Party held each year offers a family-friendly alternative to Halloween. Toolbox parenting courses are a great resource and learning opportunity for all parents.


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