Starting over1 March 2016
Family Works staff support women released from New Zealand prisons to settle back into the community.
Success engaging young adults1 March 2016
It’s not easy engaging with young adults who find traditional schooling too hard to deal with.
Oamaru's new starts1 March 2016
New starts in life are meant to be positive moves, but for many Family Works’ clients in North Otago that is not the case.
Care Centre to open in October23 February 2016
Progress on Aspiring Enliven Care Centre adjacent to the Wanaka Lakes Health Centre is on schedule to receive its first residents in early October. The $9.
Locals opting for a taste of home11 February 2016
Dunedin TV popped out to Taieri Court this week to talk with Manager Mary McKay and Presbyterian Support Otago CE Gillian Bremner about how locally supplied Meals on Wheels are...
YouthGrow brings lasting success13 January 2016
Success comes in many guises. The first step towards success for YouthGrow students is finding a place where they fit in, and can thrive.
Maybank Men11 January 2016
Name fifty different models of car. Build a model bi-plane from just a peg and three icecream sticks.
Painting Joy6 January 2016
For Joy St George, resident of St Andrews care home Dunedin, Wednesdays were just another day.
Young people with heart10 December 2015
Four year old Max Ackland, from Dunedin, accompanied his mum, Dana, one day when she volunteered in the Family Works foodbank.
Sharing Christmas joy2 December 2015
People look forward to Christmas every year. Spending time with family and friends, enjoying Christmas treats, and sharing what they have with those they love.
Where there’s a will there’s a way21 October 2015
Presbyterian Support Otago is very fortunate to have strong community support for our work. People give in a variety of ways, one being leaving a gift in their will.
People helping people21 October 2015
On 28 October 2015, Presbyterian Support Otago held our Annual General Meeting and presented the 2014/15 Annual Report.