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Visionwest Wins at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards

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...

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National Volunteer Week 2022 – Rajeev’s Story

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...

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Visionwest’s Response to Budget 2022.

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...

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Visionwest’s Christmas From The Heart 2021 Final Report

Visionwest’s Christmas From The Heart 2021 Final Report

The long-term financial challenges faced by many in our local communities mean that every year some whānau miss out on food over Christmas. 2021 was no different except that this year, the demand was accentuated by the presence of COVID. Leading up...

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Westpac Business Awards Win for Visionwest

Westpac Business Awards Win for Visionwest

"And the Westpac Business Awards Supreme Business Excellence Award goes to…  "It was a huge moment for the entire Visionwest team when, at the Auckland Westpac North-West Business Awards, Visionwest first won the Excellence in Strategy and Planning...

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In-Home Healthcare Offices Combine

In-Home Healthcare Offices Combine

Within our community, many of the elderly and those with disabilities would be unable to retain the comfort and independence of living in their own homes if not for in-home healthcare providers. To ensure an even greater efficiency of support than...

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23 new homes = 23 whānau housed

23 new homes = 23 whānau housed

23 new homes means 23 whānau who have been struggling to find a place to live will now have a warm, dry and safe home while they look for longer term housing. On Friday February 25th, a small group from Visionwest Waka Whakakitenga gathered for a...

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The Importance of Workplace Literacy and Numeracy

The Importance of Workplace Literacy and Numeracy

What is Workplace Literacy and Numeracy? Workplace literacy is more than having employees who can read and write. It’s about having a workforce made up of individuals who can understand and pass on instructions; who are quickly learning key skills...

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Feeding the Community During Lockdowns

Feeding the Community During Lockdowns

In the first three days of the August lockdown, Visionwest distributed 1,131 Emergency Food Parcels – more than the number for the entire month of July. By the end of December, we had distributed 15,459 parcels - each parcel is designed to feed two...

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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...