Every dollar your donate to our cause goes directly into developing our services. You can donate to a specific activity or service, or you can make a general donation.
We deeply appreciate the financial support that people give us, because it makes our work sustainable and means we can focus clearly on how to do the very best for people who walk through our doors.
Single Parent Services is a development between Link House and Birthright (Waikato) Te Whanautanga Tika Charitable Trusts. Through these services, you will find all the services of both organisations that you can access. People who are managing a family on their own are often juggling a lot of different things so we want to make things as easy to follow as possible. One set of services is easier for you, than two!
We want an empowered community in which families led by one parent are valued for the work that they’re doing, and we want a community in which these families can thrive as powerfully as any other. To this end we offer a number of services, and we’re very keen on working with you to make things happen. If you have a great idea to connect families led by one parent to each other, or to link in to other families then let us know. In the past we have had parent-run easter egg making, craft groups, play groups and walking groups. Decide what you want to contribute and we’ll get in behind you. And you can find out more about the services that we currently offer.
“You guys are simply amazing awesome people you all rock keep doing what you’re doing. I cannot describe how supportive and helpful you have all been. I truly don’t think I could be as strong as I am without all your love.”
“EVERY SINGLE CONTACT IS WELCOMING AND FULL OF AROHA (I wrote that all in capital letters to show how incredibly uplifting and supportive it always is from everybody)!!!!!!!!”
“I felt free to discuss the things that had been holding me back in life. Being in a non-judgemental environment really helped”
“I got the skills to change the way I thought about myself and finding out where my beliefs come from
and whether I wanted to keep them or not.”