Plenty of ways to show your support2 March 2018
A small pile of nappies, some wipes, and a dozen tins of baby food can make all the difference.
A reflection on 24 years: GIllian Bremner2 March 2018
Over nearly a quarter of a century many things come and go. Chief Executive Gillian Bremner's passion to care for the people of Otago remains as strong as ever.
Street art brightens up Moray Place2 March 2018
You don't have to look far in Dunedin to see plenty of fantastic street art of all shades and sizes brightening up the city.
Balclutha in the spotlight2 March 2018
Located on State Highway 1, half way between Dunedin and Invercargill, Balclutha is home to around 4,000 people and is one of the towns where Presbyterian Support Otago is part...
Helping people back into the driver's seat2 March 2018
Family Works has provided a counselling service to the community for many years.
Volunteering brings five years of new friendships2 March 2018
John Meek has been involved as a volunteer with our Enliven services in Alexandra for over five years. He's made many friends along the way.
Michael set to take the reigns2 March 2018
Michael Parker arrives this month, and is well prepared to lead the organisation as our new Chief Executive.
Keeping older residents connected2 March 2018
One of the projects we undertook last year was to explore the needs of older residents who live in the community.
Moving forward with your support2 March 2018
As we look ahead, there are some exciting new opportunities that are facing us. We value your support as we continue to work for a fair, just and caring community...
Making a difference21 February 2018
Family Works Buddy Programme understands the importance of connecting to people. A positive connection is needed between people, to assist with mental and emotional well-being.
'Take the Leap' pub quiz and action7 February 2018
Join us for a fun-filled evening as we raise money to contribute towards the cost of 'Take the Leap', a new vibrant piece of street art that now adorns Guthrie...
Thank you for your donations / Christmas hours18 December 2017
Thank you for your amazing donations
Generosity makes positive change4 December 2017
The tradition of gift-giving is an important part of the Christmas season for many; it is one way to demonstrate care between friends and family.
Faces behind our teams4 December 2017
Behind every team of volunteers is always someone looking after the group. We have a number of great people supporting nearly 600 wonderful volunteers - all vital to the work...
Cooking for Change4 December 2017
A limited number of Dick Frizzell’s ‘Cooking for Change’ books were gifted to us by the author, and are for sale.
Individual support makes a world of difference4 December 2017
How fortunate we are that everyone is unique, and has different circumstances that make them the people they are.
Give others your support this Christmas4 December 2017
Our appeal this Christmas asks you to give your support. By doing this we can continue to help families and whanau across Otago to make a positive and lasting change.
Group work empowering Otago families4 December 2017
We facilitate a range of group work programmes, for children and whānau. The impact they have for participants is significant and lasting.
New Chief Executive appointed for PSO30 November 2017
Presbyterian Support Otago Board Chairman David Richardson is very pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Parker as the incoming Chief Executive of the regional organisation.
Movies for teens29 November 2017
Christmas is for teenagers too! Give a vulnerable teenager the chance to go to the movies this summer and feel like a regular kid.
Good Sorts: Otago University students who party at rest home8 November 2017
TV One’s Good Sorts, which runs at the end of the Sunday news, featured Aquinas College in Dunedin visiting Ross Home, last Sunday night.
PSO Enliven homes are at the top of their game22 September 2017
Presbyterian Support Otago is delighted that all eight of our Enliven Homes have achieved four-year certification from the Ministry of Health.
Quality of donations impresses charity15 September 2017
A key factor that influences the success of charity shops is the quality of public donations.
Community generosity has plenty of puff in Wanaka4 September 2017
Enliven staff in Wanaka decided to organise a fundraiser to buy a portable oxygen concentrator to share between Elmslie House and Aspiring Enliven Care Centre.
Outstanding community support at Octacan1 September 2017
It was the 22nd day of June and the 9th annual Octacan event was stirring. As the rising of the sun marked a new day, the initiation of can collecting...
Most trusted Aged Care provider in New Zealand1 September 2017
Presbyterian Support’s Enliven service was named New Zealand’s Most Trusted Aged Care and Retirement Villages Brand for 2017.
45 years of care1 September 2017
Noel is being recognised for 45 years of service with Presbyterian Support Otago this month – a significant achievement that is worth celebrating.