Rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of stray and community cats and kittens throughout the Franklin District. Founded in July 2013, we are small dedicated team of local Franklin volunteers, just regular people who have jobs, families and other pets at home and we do this with love, patience and devotion in our spare time. We are a NZ Registered Charity, a member of the Auckland SPCA Cat Coalition and an Incorporated Society. We rescue felines in need mainly in Franklin, but we have rescued moggies from Devonport to Hamilton.
"Help us - Help Them"
Marama Hou Ministries Trust is a Whanau Support Social Services, Children and Youth Programmes in the Waiuku Community, based at the Hamilton Estate Community Hall.
We provide a WINZ and CYFS approved, before and after school programme and holiday activities at View Road School Hall.
Manage Waiuku Rugby League Football Club and provide a free community playgroup for under 5s.
Youth group social nights, playground up & go activities and family events at Hamilton Estate Community Hall
Manage volunteer group at the Waiuku Community Gardens info: www.facebook.com/HamiltonEstateWaiuku.
Click on our name above for info on our JULY 2018 Holiday Programme. Community Based Out of School Care Programme at View Road School hall Before school 7-8.30am, After School 3-6pm, Holiday Programmes 4 Terms 7am-6pm, WINZ Subsidized. Transport, available, afternoon snacks & activities.
Contact Supervisor 021 169 6582 or Aft hrs 09 2355242/ 027 2557316,
St. Andrews Church will once again be celebrating the festive season with Advent Boxes in the Waiuku town centre this Christmas. There will be 12 boxes opened at various businesses from Sunday 13th December until Christmas Eve. Bring the children and join in this special community event.
Waiuku and Combined Churches (Methodist and Presbyterian).
Weekly services, 9.30am each Sunday. Kidz Alive, Youth groups, mainly music, playgroup, opportunity shop.
To strengthen family life by helping individuals and families, through their own efforts to develop their skills, to become aware of resources available to them in the surrounding community.