Hutt City Women's Refuge

  Wellington
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We support the needs of women and children throughout the wider Hutt Valley who are impacted by family violence

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  Wellington Family Support Childcare Free Services

Family violence is a critical public health issue that calls for a community-orientated approach to stopping abusive behaviour before it can begin.

Our aim is to ensure that all women, children and Whanau in the Hutt Valley are able to live free from family violence.

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We care for the needs of women and children throughout the wider Hutt Valley who need assistance from domestic violence.

Domestic violence is a critical public health issue

that calls for a community-orientated approach to stopping abusive behavior before it can begin.

Our aim is to ensure that all people are able to live free from all forms of abuse and violence.

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Courtney
Courtney 1 day ago
$100
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 20 Nov 2020
In memory of Suzy Haigh 1964 - 2019
$500
morgan.james.sullivan
morgan.james.sullivan on 20 Nov 2020
proceeds from prints from instagram @morgan.james.sullivan
$20
Amanda
Amanda on 18 Nov 2020
Keep up the wonderful mahi!
$100
Adithi
Adithi on 17 Nov 2020
Since I couldn’t sort the shoebox Christmas this year, please accept this donation in lieu :)
$500

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