Please note while Auckland is at COVID-19 level 3 lockdown, we are working hard to keep the people we support, our staff and volunteers safe. Most of our services are operating within contactless guidelines. We cannot accept food or goods donations from the public at levels 3 & 4.  Click here to get help.

Our values

As we begin our next century of support, the Mission is committed to become a great Te Tiriti o Waitangi partner, embracing all that means. The Mission is blessed with a Māori name – Te Tāpui Atawhai. To honour that name, we formally became a place where two people belong, and recognised our place in the restoration needed to move forward as one country of two founding peoples.

To find out more about how the Mission supports people, please check out our What we do section.

We promise to continue our work for 100 years to come, truly honouring our city, our country as a place founded by two peoples.

Our Mission

Together we stand with those in desperate need. We provide immediate relief and pathways to enable long-term wellbeing.

Our Values

In the last year, generous

Aucklanders like you have

helped Aucklanders in need...

575

home visits to
provide community
based support

48,679

emergency
food parcels
distributed

17,054

health consultations

536

drug and alcohol
assessments