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Rauawaawa

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Te Rauawaawa Kaumātua Charitable Trust

 

The vision

“Hei manaaki nga kaumatua” – To enhance the quality of life and

well-being of kaumātua.

 

The mission

“He korowai oranga hei tau awhi nga kaumatua” – To offer a Korowai of Services

which will wrap around Kaumātua to keep them warm and safe”.

 

The Trust supports, advocates and provides positive programmes, activities and services that enhance the quality and enjoyment of life for Kaumatua (or older persons) 55 years and over. Their staff and volunteers are committed to provide a whanau-orientated service for our Kaumatua.

 

They have an onsite Health Clinic with a registered Nurse. Their health services include:

-  Monthly Work and Income

-  Arthritis

-  Cervical Screening

-  Ear and Housing NZ clinics.

 

The Trust also has an onsite gym for Kaumatua, free mirimiri service and has recently introduced a new budgeting service.

 

In partnership with the University of Waikato, Hamilton City Council and ACC they also run community classes, Friday social days and Tai Chi for older persons.

Classes include: Carving, Te Reo, Computers, Waiata and Whaikorero, Korowai (cloak weaving), Harakeke (flax weaving), and Floral Art.

RAUAWAAWA  //  Kaumātua Charitable Trust

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• Languages

    English, Maori,

 

• Working with ages

   Kaumātua (50+)

 

• Cost

    No Cost

• Entry Criteria

    Open entry/self referral

 

• Contact hours

    8.30am - 5.00pm Mon – Fri

 

• Phone

    (07) 847 6980

 

• Email

    reception@rauawaawa.co.nz

• Physical Address

    50 Colombo Street

    Frankton

    HAMILTON 3204

 

• Postal Address

    PO Box 15345,

    Hamilton 3240

Established in the mid 1980’s under the direction and guidance of the late Maori Queen Te Atairangikaahu and Mayor Sir Ross Jansen Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa Charitable Trust is an Urban Authority acknowledging the sovereign rights of mana whenua and tangata whenua of the Hamilton City area.

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