Ngā Kākano is continuing to deliver on the ground health services

Ngā Kākano Foundation playing its part in looking after Te Puke

Te Puke's Ngā Kākano Foundation is listening to the community - and responding.
The health and community service provider swung into action as soon as  the severity of the Covid-19 situation became apparent and has been  distributing around 200 care parcels each week of the lockdown in  collaboration with Te Arawa Whānau Ora Collective The Daily Cafe,  EmpowermentNZ, Colab and Kiwicoast Lions. Seeka has also donated boxes  and kiwifruit.
''They are going to our most vulnerable  patients and clients - such as the elderly, single mums who may be  struggling to be able to do their shopping or those with mobility  issues,'' says director Kirsty Maxwell-Crawford.
The  packages contain hygiene supplies, food and activity packs for children  and adults containing educational booklets and puzzles as well as  Covid-19 and health information.

Article reproduced:  courtesy Te Puke Times


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