Voices for better
We’re wholeheartedly passionate about being a voice for a better world for women, children and animals, as well as other less advantaged New Zealanders. Read on to learn about many of the causes and issues we care deeply about.
From Meth to Mentor
We were so inspired when we heard Shannan Hill's story of her road to recovery, and we are so pleased to see it be told in this week's issue of the New Zealand Women's Weekly.
The inaugural winner of the Te Whare Whakapiki Wairua Mana Wāhine Award, a collaboration of the The Gattung Foundation, the judges of Te Whare Whakapiki Wairua (Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court) and the Kate Edger Educational Charitable Trust t/a Academic Dress Hire Nina Tomaszyk, Shannan is now a drug and alcohol counsellor, after overcoming her own battle with addiction.
Pick up a copy of New Zealand Women's Weekly to read more about how Shannan changed her life trajectory and is now giving back to her community through counselling.