On a Mission in Lockdown

When Wellington first went into Alert Level 4 Lockdown in August, we knew that the need for our services would be massive. But we also knew that Wellington would be… Read more »

Volunteer Profile – Adrian

I first got to know about The Mission through one of their Community Sports Days, and I asked to start volunteering with them. For the past year, I’ve worked in… Read more »

A Safe and Loving Home

The last year or so was really horrible for me. During the first Alert Level 4 Lockdown, my living arrangements were very volatile, and I was unsafe. I felt completely… Read more »

Loving Each Day

My life was completely empty before coming to Kemp five years ago. After my mother passed away, my sisters and I somehow lost contact and we couldn’t get in touch… Read more »

I’ve Finally Found A Home

All of the bad experiences I’ve had led me here to The Mission’s Te Pā Manawa, where I’m building the life I thought I could never have. As a child… Read more »

A Place of Connection & Care

My diagnosis of bipolar II has chronically affected my life. Growing up I had a supportive family, I graduated from university, and worked in a variety of jobs. But over… Read more »

More homes for Wellingtonians!

The Wellington City Mission, in partnership with the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development opened Wellington’s newest transitional housing facility today. The iconic “Zebra” backpackers building at 58 Tory Street,… Read more »

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