⭐ 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 Board Volunteer award.

Jasmine has been running volunteer Faith in Actions projects with her school community since 2017 to serve the communities at large. 

She has also been doing a number of volunteer services from 2009. The list is endless ….

 Jasmine formed the Muslim Students Association at Manukau Institute of Technology.

 She was an ESOL home tutor to Refugees and Migrants.

 Jasmine has volunteered at South Auckland Violence Prevention Network.

 She has served her Muslim community through various workshops and projects.

 Apart from her ATWC SWiS work, Jasmine also serves the community through social media online services.

Well done Jasmine, you are an amazing inspiration to us all 🤩

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