Summer People Magazine 2023 (Digital Edition)20 November 2023
The connections we make go a long way to creating a community that is safe, joyful and strong.
Buddy duo enjoy plenty of activity17 November 2023
When Graeme Hunt first heard about the Family Works Buddy programme, the seed was planted and while it took a few years for Graeme to act on it, he now...
Ross Home whānau ready to welcome new residents17 November 2023
The new Macara Unit at Presbyterian Support Otago’s Ross Home opened in October.
Introducing Chrissy Cause17 November 2023
We need your help this Christmas and beyondChrissy Cause is a joy to be around! As our Christmas and Beyond mascot (not unlike Can-dice who featured prominently during Octacan), Chrissy...
Shopping with a difference17 November 2023
The Shop on Carroll team are delighted with the new shop at the Princes Street location, and are super excited about what’s coming next! Co-managers, Fiona Dodds and Cristin Waite, and...
Message from our CEO17 November 2023
Kia ora koutou One of the strengths of Presbyterian Support Otago is the ability we have to connect people together, those in need, and those in a position to help fill...
A is for Amazing Audrey17 November 2023
Foodbank volunteer, Audrey Clarke, is described by the people she works with as having a heart of gold, a big smile and always willing to help.
Epitome of positivity17 November 2023
Beverley Livingstone is the epitome of positivity and is often seen walking around the streets of Dunedin with eight dogs in her care – Pippin, Charlie, Tina, Tommy, Friendly, Simeon,...
The name says it all!17 November 2023
Bev Nuttall has a serious job at our Enliven care home Iona, in Oamaru, but her name is a perfect fit for her bubbly and whacky sense of humour because...
Welcome to our new Board members17 November 2023
We are pleased to announce that five new members have recently joined the PSO Board.
Honoured for her service17 November 2023
We would like to congratulate Julie Cecchi on her Presbyterian Support Otago Life Membership award, in recognition of her outstanding contribution in volunteering.
Connecting through our churches17 November 2023
Some people believe churches have generally lost their influence in local communities.
Sharing Gingerbread Wreath17 November 2023
INGREDIENTS1 cup granulated sugar 180g salted soft butter ¾ cup molasses (or golden syrup) 1 large egg 3½ cups plain flour 2 tablespoons baking soda 2½ tablespoons ground ginger ¼ teaspoon ground cloves 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon FOR THE...
Leaving a Gift in your Will17 November 2023
Leaving a gift in your Will is an incredible way of showing you care for your community and the people who live in it - not just right now, but...
Making a difference, together!17 November 2023
We hope you will join in helping us give the gift of hope for a brighter year ahead to families and people in need this Christmas and the holiday season.
Tick 4 Kids25 September 2023
Presbyterian Support, together with Save the Children, UNICEF NZ, Child Poverty Action Network, Barnardos and CCS Disability Action (to name just a few) have joined forces to promote a campaign...
Spring People Magazine 202318 September 2023
This issue of People focuses on our enduring care, compassion and kindness for those around us this Spring. A season of renewal, growth, and hope.