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Our Journey of Hope

Empowering and restoring hope to all who are seeking help with their mental health and wellbeing.

There is Always Hope

Our community based services provide additional support for you to remain actively involved with family/whānau, community living, education, employment and self-management of your own wellbeing. You are supported to determine your own needs and to retain or regain control of your journey to strengthen your wellbeing.

Our People

Our staff, individual partners, businesses and organisations, trusts, foundations, volunteers and Board of Trustees generously support our vision of transformative change for young women. Together we make a difference.  

Rosi Bradley

Wellbeing Coach and Course Facilitator

Caron Clerk

Counsellor and Intake Coordinator

Fiona Simpson

Courses Assistant

Kerry Petrie

Executive Director

Makerita Siaosi

Programme Manager

Support A Girl Called Hope

You can make a difference. 

Restoring hope, changing lives, strengthening communities.

Our Staff

Our Funders

Our commitment to reducing financial barriers for participants means that we rely on donations and grants from those who believe in our programme and courses and what we offer our people of Aotearoa.

Our Board

A Girl Called Hope is a not for profit charity and is overseen by a Board of Trustees, comprised of business professionals from both the corporate and non-profit sector.

There is Always Hope

Wherever you find yourself, we are here to help you find a pathway so you can strengthen your wellbeing.

Pathways
Courses

Our Journey of Hope

Empowering and restoring hope to all who are seeking help with their mental health and wellbeing.

Support
A Girl Called Hope

You can make a difference.
Restoring hope, changing lives, strengthening communities.

Donate Now

Our People

Our staff, individual partners, businesses and organisations, trusts, foundations, volunteers and Board of Trustees generously support our vision of transformative change for young women. Together we make a difference.  

Our Staff

Kerry Petrie

Executive Director

Our Board

A Girl Called Hope is a not for profit charity and is overseen by a Board of Trustees, comprised of business professionals from both the corporate and non-profit sector.

Our Funders

Overview

Our community based services provide additional support for you to remain actively involved with family/whānau, community living, education, employment and self-management of your own wellbeing.

 

You are supported to determine your own needs and to retain or regain control of your journey to strengthen your wellbeing.

Pathways
Courses

Our Journey of Hope

Empowering and restoring hope to all who are seeking help with their mental health and wellbeing.

Our Values
How it Began

Our People of Hope

Our staff, individual partners, businesses and organisations, trusts, foundations, volunteers and Board of Trustees generously support our vision of transformative change for young women. Together we make a difference.  

There is Always Hope

A Girl Called Hope offers Wellbeing and Personal Development courses which you can register for at any time. You are supported to determine your own needs and to retain or regain control of your journey to strengthen your wellbeing.

Caron Clerk

Counsellor and Intake Coordinator

Fiona Simpson

Short Courses Assistant

Kerry Petrie

Executive Director

Makerita Siaosi

Programme Manager

Rosi Bradley

Wellbeing Coach and Course Facilitator

Our Funders

Our commitment to reducing financial barriers for applicants means that we rely on donations and the monthly partnerships of those who believe in the programme and what it has to offer young women of Aotearoa.

Our Board

A Girl Called Hope is a not for profit charity and is overseen by a Board of Trustee, comprised of business professionals from both the corporate and non-profit sector.

Contact

There is Always Hope

Wherever you find yourself, we are here to help you find a pathway so you can strengthen your wellbeing.

Makerita Siaosi

Programme Manager

Rosi Bradley

Wellbeing Coach and Courses Facilitator

Caron Clerk

Counsellor and Intake Coordinator

Fiona Simpson

Short Courses Assistant

Our commitment to reducing financial barriers for applicants means that we rely on donations and the monthly partnerships of those who believe in the programme and what it has to offer young women of Aotearoa.

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