Welcome To The Women's Centre
We have been operating since 1986 providing a wealth of information and services to women in a safe, supportive and affirming environment. We work for the well-being of women by assisting, supporting and encouraging them to make informed decisions. The Centre is committed to the Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Hot off the press - “Exploring Public Perceptions”
Thanks to Emma McCallum (Ara Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Social Work student) for undertaking this exploratory project for Women’s Centre. We are now able to publish the results. Click on this link to access the final report.
Annual General Meeting, Thursday 27 June 2019
The Women’s Centre Board would like to invite you to this year’s AGM. This is an opportunity for you to meet the staff, share with us, and enjoy a light supper after the official part of the evening. The meeting will start promptly at 6.45 pm.
Please note, this meeting is open to all members and funders and not limited to women only.
Please RSVP by Wednesday 19 June
P: 371 7414
Unit 3a, 242 Ferry Rd, Waltham
The Women’s Centre needs your help…
As a not for profit, the Women's Centre relies on grants and donations. The bulk of our work is carried out by volunteers with three part time paid positions in support.
Here are some endorsements…
“From the moment I entered the Women’s Centre I felt safe. I just don’t know where I would be if I had not sought this help.” (Counselling client)
“Coming to the Women’s Centre was a decision that has changed my life. Each week as I leave the Women’s Centre I feel gratitude and think how lucky our broken city is to have such a valuable resource.” (Counselling client)
“The Women’s Centre has a vitally important role into the wellbeing of our city, especially at this time of extra stress. Women are the backbone of our families. If women do well, their partners do well and their children do well. Women cannot do well without support. The Women’s Centre has always provided this support to women who need it. They have done it professionally, compassionately and with great forethought for the last 30 years. I have no hesitation in referring women to the Centre and have always had excellent feedback.”
(Dr Sue Bagshaw, Senior Medical Officer 298 Youth Health)
What can you do?
There are a number of ways you can donate to us:
Use our Donate Now button on this website or on our Facebook page
Direct payment to our bank account 38 9006 0580625 00
Thank you for your support - together we make a difference
All donations are tax deductible
Click HERE to read our Autumn 2019 newsletter. This is our sixteenth issue, we hope you will enjoy it!
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