ATWC Notices

Annual Report 2020

Annual Report 2020 A4
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ATWC Privacy Statement

This privacy statement explains how ATWC collects, stores, uses and shares your personal information. We collect personal information from you, including information about your: name ...
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Client Rights and Privacy

ATWC work to ensure all its clients receive the best service possible. When clients access ATWC services they have the right to: Be treated fairly, ...
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Complaints Procedure

It is ATWC policy to respond to and learn from complaints received about its operation or about the services it provides. Complaints provide important information ...
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Ruth Pretty Christmas Cakes

Ruth Pretty Christmas Cakes and Puddings
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Please click below to view our latest Caring Magazine

PROOF ATWC Caring Mag Autumn 2020 A4
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Newly Qualified Social Workers Framework

At ATWC we strive to provide the best service to our clients at all times, we also want to encourage quality professional development and build ...
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Tepa I Tua Samoan Parenting Programme April 2019

In April, we celebrated the completion of the first group of the Tepa I Tua Samoan Parenting Programme for 2019.The celebration took place at ATWC ...
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⭐ Superstar alert! ⭐

Our Social workers continue to do incredible things. Jasmine Faiza (SWIS) has been recognized for her amazing voluntary work by being presented with the Mangere-Otahuhu ...
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Thinking of you

Dear all, I am a Muslim social worker and have been working in The Anglican Trust for Women and children (ATWC) for 14 years. Many ...
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International Women’s Day 2019

We celebrate women everyday through the work we do. ATWC's Social Workers are committed to the cause of gender equality, self-determination and women’s rights. The ...
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Welcome to ATWC’s Kia Ora Cafe 2019

Welcome to ATWC's Kia Ora Cafe! This is the 5th year we have opened the doors of our relaxed cafe to stakeholders, partners and friends. ...
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Otahuhu Intermediate boost our food bank

Here at ATWC we run a small food bank for the families that we work with who need extra help. It is completely reliant on ...
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Congratulations!

Congratulations to Marona for winning our Otahuhu Family Fun Day hamper! She popped into our head office in Otahuhu to pick up her prize. It ...
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Otahuhu Family Fun Day 2019

A massive THANK YOU to everyone who helped out on Saturday at the annual Otahuhu Family Fun Day and for everyone who visited our stall! ...
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Great Barrier Leadership Camp 2019

It’s not the destination, but the journey that counts. The destination was Great Barrier Island; the journey was one of leadership, self-belief, self-worth, and confidence. ...
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👩🏽‍🎓 YWiSS Graduation Time 👨🏾‍🎓

The Check & Connect Programme aims to re-engage students who are showing signs of dis-engaging from school. It is an early intervention/prevention programme that supports ...
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End of an Era

This month we said goodbye to one of ATWC's longest serving members of staff, Lorri Higgins. ATWC has been honoured to have had such a ...
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👩🏽 ATWC’s Girls Leadership Camp 2018 👩🏽

A few of our Social Workers have been a part of the Year 7 Girls Leadership Group at Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate. On November 14th, ...
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Family Fun Day 2018

On Friday 30th November, ATWC held its annual Family Fun Day, this year’s theme … In the Jungle! This was the first year the event ...
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Tama Tu

During the school holidays, some of our SWiS ran a super cool boys self-development, one day programme at Avondale Intermediate. It was called Tama Tu ...
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TVNZ1 – Social Worker wage gap

Social agencies may be forced to shut their doors as wage gap sees social workers leave for government jobs Social agencies working with the country's ...
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🎉 Happy National Social Workers Day 2018! 🎉

  To acknowledge the hard work that our social workers engage in daily and the amazing jobs they do working with our more vulnerable families ...
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👩🏽‍🎓 Tikanga Ririki Graduation 👩🏽‍🎓

3 mothers have recently graduated from our Tikanga Ririki programme. This Māori Parenting Programme promotes violent free parenting by teaching Māori mamas about the traditions ...
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Talking to you matters to me

How data from LENA recorders gives power to parents This clip is taken from the Talking Matters NZ​ Summit where this inspirational organisation talked about ...
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Gladiators of Change 2018

Gladiators of Change (GoC) is the Anglican Trust for Women and Children’s free parenting workshop. Past events have been hosted by various schools across Auckland. ...
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Winter Wonderland 2018

  ❄️ A massive thank you to everyone who helped with and attended our Winter Wonderland event at St Marys Church, Tamaki on Saturday! ❄️ ...
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Tepa I Tua Parenting Programme

The Tepa I Tua Parenting Programme is primarily for Samoan speaking families who are struggling to parent their children under the New Zealand laws and ...
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TĀ TE TAMARIKI TĀNA MAHI WĀWĀHI TAHĀ

It is the job of the children to smash the calabash A calabash (taha) was a gourd that held precious oils and water. They were ...
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The Ministry of Social Development visits ATWC

We had the privilege of welcoming the Minister of Social Development and Disability Issues, Carmel Sepuloni MP, to ATWC on 10th July 2018. The Minister ...
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Friends of ATWC Open Day 2018

We had a fantastic day on Friday, saying thank you to our wonderful supporters who came out in force for the Friends of ATWC's annual ...
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Client Records

If you are a current client of ATWC please discuss your request with your counsellor, social worker or therapist. If you are previous client of ...
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Client Rights

At ATWC, we are committed to treating all of our clients with respect and confidentiality and to ensuring they are involved in decision-making relating to ...
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Granger Grove Presentation

       
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Email

info@atwc.org.nz

Hours

Monday to Friday 8am-4:30pm

Phone

+64 9 276 3729