Te Kiwi Māia

Te Kiwi Māia

Providing support and respite for First Responders and New Zealand Defence Force personnel.

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Te Kiwi Māia - The Courageous Kiwi Charitable Trust.

We are a charity which provides rehabilitation, recovery and respite to our people, who - as a result of their role in safeguarding and caring for New Zealanders - have physical or psychological injuries. We enable our people and their families to continue healthy, positive lives.

Our people will have have access to the support to succeed in their physical and mental wellness.

This will be achieved through the provision of facilities, equipment, services or assistance for the rehabilitation, recovery and care of such individuals, as well as their immediate families, who are in need.

Our aim is to establish a homestead and working farm designed and equipped to foster physical, psychological and emotional rehabilitation and recovery; somewhere for those who have committed to our country, and who have been injured through their work, to recuperate and refresh. This will be achieved via the provision of a supportive and inclusive environment, professional assistance, access to a variety of services, and opportunities to participate in activities that promote mental wellness; such as pottery, cooking or yoga classes, building tuition, sports and fitness, or assisting on the farm.

Ultimately, Te Kiwi Māia’s goal is to support and assist those whose role has been to safeguard and care for all New Zealanders, so they can continue healthy, positive lives.

Te Kiwi Māia’s Charitable Trust number is CC56958.

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Providing rehabilitation, recovery and respite to our people, who - as a result of their role in safeguarding and caring for New Zealanders - have physical or psychological injuries.

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2023 Te Kiwi Māia in review   30 December 2023

Wow what a year! looking back we were able to accomplish a lot.

- ran three wellness leaders workshops,

- ran one wellness week for 12 first responders,

- were the chosen charity for the PBI 61st NZ Firefighters National Golf Tournament - Thanks team!!

- were a chosen charity in Celebrity Treasure Island - Thanks Wardie!

- spoke at camps, bases, stations, conferences and functions across New Zealand

- supported the inaugural Inter-Stations Relations fundraising event thanks to the Tauranga Fire Fighters - Thanks team!!

- were selected for four Z Stations for their Good in the Hood campaign

- applied for a a handful of grants and

- got another year of sponsorship from Giltrap for our cars - Thanks Giltrap!

Bring on 2024! Thanks for all your support.

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Rex
Rex on 21 Feb 2024
Hi Rebecca - for a CD as a present to Lindsay as we talked about
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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 19 Feb 2024
For purchase of Rebecca Nelson and The Bands of the Welsh Guards ‘Reverence’ CD. Ngā mihi. Kia kaha.
$20
Naidene
Naidene on 13 Feb 2024
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Kenny
Kenny on 13 Feb 2024
Vietnam Veteran
$50
John Hart
John Hart on 30 Jan 2024
I have been to a wonderful Rebecca Nelson performance today. What an amazing lady & her story of not taking no for an answer. Certainly the ideal person for being part of setting up this Te Kiwa Maia Charity for First Responders.
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Te Kiwi Māia

Thank you so much for your kind donation John and for attending my show yesterday. I had such a wonderful time singing again and meeting everyone. Really appreciate your support - Rebecca x

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