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We all go through times when we need the support of others. Visionwest is here to provide you with help today so you can have hope for tomorrow.

Visionwest exists to address homelessness, reduce poverty, support the elderly, and ensure young people have hope for the future.

Each year we support

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clients to live independently

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clients to regain control over their finances

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families with safe, affordable housing

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clients with counselling and care

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young people to find an employment pathway

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Kiwis are doing it tough across New Zealand. Get involved and be part of the story of hope and transformation.

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Visionwest Christmas Club

Join the Visionwest Christmas Club today and give the gift of joy to a struggling family this Christmas. Your donations will help fill empty fridges and pantries and gift toys for children who will otherwise miss out.

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24 Hour No Power Challenge

There’s no quick fix for poverty but together, we can cut some of its power. On Friday 5th August at 7pm, give up your power for 24 hours, raise money and help pull the plug on poverty.

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Work With Us

We are always looking for people who have the desire and the drive required to transform someone’s life. If you would like to be part of the team, we invite you to apply for a role at Visionwest.

Flora’s Story – Independence at 100 Years Old

I’m 100 years old. I used to be a nurse then, once my family grew old up, I was in hospital administration. Thanks to Visionwest, I’m still in my own unit. It makes me feel so good to still have that independence. Flora has been a Visionwest Home Healthcare client for...

Matariki 2022 – Te Tau Hou Māori – The Māori New Year

Happy Matariki to everyone. Signalling New Year, Matariki is a time of renewal and celebration in Aotearoa New Zealand that begins with the rising of the Matariki star cluster and the rising of a new moon. A number of the team from our Glen Eden campus and members of...

Visionwest Wins at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards

Having enjoyed success at the North-West zone Westpac Business Awards earlier this year, Visionwest have now taken out the Excellence in Strategy and Planning Award at the Auckland-Wide event. We were also finalists in the Supreme Business Excellence Award. The award...

National Volunteer Week 2022 – Rajeev’s Story

More than one million people across Aotearoa volunteer for an organisation, contributing $4 billion to the economy. Much more happens within communities and informally between people. 15 – 22 June 2022 is National Volunteer Week At Visionwest we are fortunate to have...

Andrea’s Housing Story – Hope for the Future

What makes all the difference with Visionwest is the wraparound services that are provided. If a housing tenant needs budgeting, they can get budgeting, if they need food, there’s food support available, same with counselling. Everything you need to make a go of it is...

Karen’s Story of Independence – Life is for Living

It keeps me independent because I’m able to do the things I need to accomplish in a shorter period of time and then get out and be a part of the things I really want to be a part of. Karen is talking about the independence that comes from having Visionwest Home...

Gwenda and Robin’s Housing Story – Support When it was Needed Most

My dream is that we might receive a miracle regarding Robin’s health. We are certainly open to that but I’m also realistic. Beyond that, my hope is that I can keep Robin at home as long as I possibly can. I don’t want him having to be put into care but, for him to...

Barbarah’s Story – Home is Where the Memories are

As newlyweds, Barbarah and her husband moved to Tauranga to build a home for themselves, start a family, enjoy the quieter pace of life and build memories. Barbarah’s husband joined the police force. Within a few years they had three children but, sadly, Barbarah’s...

Visionwest’s Response to Budget 2022.

On May 19th, the Government released its 2022 Budget which included a number of initiatives to help vulnerable whānau in our communities. Many of these initiatives focus on a proactive strategy to recover from the effects of COVID. Within the community services...

Angeline’s Story – Life under the Visionwest Umbrella

“Visionwest is like an umbrella for me. When a storm comes along, Visionwest is there. If I need someone to talk to, Visionwest is there. If I have a question or have any problems, my Visionwest support navigator is there ... one of my goals is to do the Unitec Social...

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Flora’s Story – Independence at 100 Years Old

Flora’s Story – Independence at 100 Years Old

I’m 100 years old. I used to be a nurse then, once my family grew old up, I was in hospital administration. Thanks to Visionwest, I’m still in my own unit. It makes me feel so good to still have...