Glen Eden Community Patrol
The Glen Eden Community Patrol is a volunteer organisation who work as the eyes and ears of Glen Eden to help police reduce crime statistics. The support from Good in the Hood will assist in the general operating costs.
You've voted with millions of tokens at Z stations throughout New Zealand since Good in the Hood started in 2013. These votes decided how we’ve supported more than 1,200 groups around New Zealand with over $2 million dollars. Click on one of the images below to check out the good last year’s groups have been doing in their hoods.
We’re doing it all over again this year. Voting is now on, so head to your local Z during May and vote! You can also check out some of this year’s groups here.
Wellington@Heart look after kids born with heart defects and their families. Wellington@Heart will use Good in the Hood's support to continue their work, ensuring that no one goes through their heart journey alone, including employing a new Family Support Worker.
Communicare Friendship Centre Papatoetoe is a non-profit multicultural organisation actively improving the quality of life for our elderly, lonely and disabled community members. The support from Good in the Hood will be used to transport members to the centre and will help make more special activities possible.
Supported by: Z Hunters Corner
The UpsideDowns Education Trust provide financial assistance for vital speech and cognitive therapy for children with Down syndrome. With Z's support the Trust will raise their profile and raise money for member children.
24-7 Youth Work encourages the development of young people through a formalised relationship between school and church. The support from Good in the Hood will help train Whangarei youth workers on the challenges of youth suicide and strengthening whanau relationships.
Supported by: Z Bishopdale
Community House Mid Canterbury is a non-profit organisation that provides low rental office space to other non-profits. The support from Good in the Hood will go towards re-building their social services building, which was demolished as a result of the earthquakes.
Supported by: Z Ashburton
Growing Through Grief is an Anglican social service providing peer support programmes for children who are missing someone important in their lives. The support from Good in the Hood will be used to provide more programmes to more young people.
Make-A-Wish NZ grants the special wishes of children with life threatening medical conditions. Make-A-Wish is entirely reliant on fundraising, and Good in the Hood's support will be used for our kiwi kids already awaiting wishes.
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This year we supported more than 600 groups to do Good their Hood. That’s more than
$1 million neighbourhood support across New Zealand.
Check out what’s offered at your local Z – we’ve got loads to offer you. From Espresso Coffee to Hotel style bathrooms!