7,900

Last Christmas, because of generous support from across our region, The Mission gifted over 7,900 new toys to children for Christmas.

December, 2020

Kia ora!

Wellingtonians are very proud of our city, the Coolest Little Capital in the World. While it is a great place to live, work, do business and to raise a family, for many it isn’t.

For many Wellingtonians, reality is different and life is hard. Whether you are sleeping rough, struggling to make ends meet or can’t put food on the table – The Wellington City Mission is here to help you.

The Wellington City Mission can support you in a number of ways, regardless of your circumstances. We provide supported transitional housing, rest home and hospital-level residential care. We welcome you into our Community Lounge where you can enjoy the company and community of others. We also provide food support through our Social Supermarket, budget advice and financial mentoring, and 1 to 1 support and advocacy.

We’ll walk alongside you, advocate on your behalf and support you to achieve empowerment, transformation and fullness of life.

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64

Our Pā provided 64 manuhiri (guests) with Transitional Housing

April – June, 2021

100

Each day, around 100 manuhiri (guests) visited Tā te Manawa, our Community Lounge

April – June, 2021

348

Our Social Work team carried out 348 face-to-face sessions and home visits with people and families

April – June 2021