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Covid cases and holidaymaker numbers put pressure on Ōpōtiki whānau
Photo: Whakatōhea Manaaki Triage Foodbank based out of Te Pou Oranga o Whakatōhea.
Helping whānau this festive season
Christmas is here and so are the events that take the burdens of this festive season off families.
Long Covid symptoms for food support, survey finds
The New Zealand Food Network says the demand for food support continues to skyrocket as a result of the long-lasting impacts of Covid-19 and the ever-increasing cost of living.
‘Why steal free stuff?’ – foodbank organiser
Hinewai Netana-Williams is a Te Rito Journalism cadet
Hana Koko's helpers at Seven days of Christmas
The annual Seven Days of Christmas kicked off in South Auckland today. It's designed to help struggling families during the Christmas period, giving presents, food, and supplies to families all over Auckland.
Ngāi Te Rangi deliver kaimoana to support iwi members doing it tough in Auckland
The Tauranga-based iwi says the packages are usually delivered within 24 hours of the tono going out to iwi members.
‘Regrettable’ demand for Auckland City Mission food parcels
The Mission has experienced record-breaking demand for food parcels during Auckland's level 4 lockdown.
$7 million boost in funding for food security networks
The extra funding will help with the distribution of an additional 60,000 food parcels and 10,000 wellbeing packs.
Koroneihana kai to be donated to whānau most in need
Food that was donated to feed the thousands expected to attend the Koroneihana this week will be made into food packs and delivered to whānau in need.