children - the heart of all we do

Ko ngā tamariki te iho o a mātou mahi katoa

The Anglican Trust for Women and Children is a major Auckland family charity and one of the city’s oldest.

We have been helping mothers, children and families since 1858 and are here for the long haul.

Through our family servicesearly education services and social work services we are committed to investing in Auckland’s children and building them the happy, healthy future they deserve.

We need ongoing funding and donations to keep providing our high quality services to Auckland’s community.

By supporting ATWC you will help us to keep putting families first.

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Early Childhood Education

ATWC’s Early Childhood Education services and programmes include St Mary’s Preschool, St George’s Preschool and Engaging Priority Families.


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ATWC’s Family Services include Therapy Services and Granger Grove, a residential care parenting programme for mothers and their children.


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Social Work

Our integrated Social Work Services take a holistic approach to protecting and nurturing children, young people and their families.


Latest from ATWC

Community Connector

Otahuhu, Auckland Community Development (Community Services & Development) Contract/Temp We are looking for a hands-on person to perform the duties of a Community Connector based at our office in Ōtāhuhu. No two days are the same! If you have the passion and desire to help make a difference in the ...

Donations Assistant

Ko wai mātou | About us The Anglican Trust for Women & Children (ATWC) is a multi-disciplinary Social Services organisation based in Ōtāhuhu, with over a hundred and sixty years of service to families in our community. Our values of Hope & Aroha, Compassion & Respect, Whanaungatanga, Stewardship, Integrity & Professionalism are ...

Early Childhood Teacher (Qualified & Registered)

Otahuhu, Auckland Teaching - Early Childhood (Education & Training) Full time Are you passionate about working with infants and toddlers? How would you like a day off on your Birthday week and additional paid holidays on top of your annual 4 weeks' leave each year?  Do you want us to ...

Family Harm Co-ordinator

Seeking a resilient and empathic individual to navigate referral pathways for individuals and whanau affected by family harm. Ko wai mātou | About us The Anglican Trust for Women & Children (ATWC) is a multi-disciplinary Social Services organisation based in Otahuhu, with over a hundred and sixty years of service to ...

Youth Worker in Secondary Schools (YWISS)

Do you have a passion for working with young people in secondary schools? Do you have a wealth of experience working alongside youth and/or a qualification that informs your work with youth? Would you like the opportunity to make a difference? Mō te tūnga | About the role ATWC has partnered ...

Childcare Worker for Mellow Parenting Programme

Do you love working with pre-schoolers and babies?  Looking for part time work? We would love to hear from you. Ko wai mātou | About us The Anglican Trust for Women & Children (ATWC) is a multi-disciplinary Social Services organisation based in Otahuhu with over a hundred and sixty years of ...

Social Worker – Family Start

Seeking a creative and passionate Social Worker to deliver the highly evidence-based Family Start program from our Avondale office. Be a part of a dynamic social work team An organisation that is committed to supporting staff We pay for SWRB registration and external supervision 4 weeks annual leave and 15 ...

2022 AGM

Caring Magazine Summer Edition 2022

Please click the link to view our Summer Edition Caring Magazine.   ATWC Caring Mag Issue 148 Summer 2022

Find out more from ATWC

Principal Partners

Through the generosity and kindness of individuals and businesses within our community the ATWC is able to provide services to those in need.

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Support ATWC

Make a donation today and help us to keep putting children first. Donating via our website is easy using our secure credit card payment facility.

Abuse in Care:
Royal Commission of Inquiry

ATWC is committed to best practice and working in ways that respects the dignity of individuals and their whanau. We support the work of Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care. Information about the Commission can be found here.

ATWC has created a survivor-focussed process to address any harm that has been experienced in the past. We are committed to ensuring we listen carefully, apologise sincerely, and support recovery and healing.


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