As New Zealand’s 2nd oldest Charity (est. 1898), Home and Family have evolved from ‘The Society for the Protection of Women’ into a child-focused organisation protecting childhoods by providing early intervention and wrap-around support to pēpi, tamariki, rangatahi and their parents/caregivers and whānau.

We believe all children should have the right to live in homes with people that cherish them, keep them safe and nurture their potential. We build the life skills, confidence, and self-belief to live lives free from anxiety, stress, depression, and behavioural and mental health issues.

We provide direct, measurable change to the lives of over 650 children and their parents/caregivers annually. Our work reduces the systemic cycle of maltreatment, violence and abuse of children.

The welfare of children is central to everything we do.