At the Leg-Up Trust we support and guide our clients to develop a trusting relationship/connection with horses and, through this, to develop their own self confidence, empathy and a sense of love and trust.
Based at Pandora Pond in Napier and established in 1997, Te Rau Oranga O Ngāti Kahungunu Waka Ama Club provides coaching and recreation opportunities for whānau, schools and local community organisations interested in improving health and well being through the sport of waka ama.
Flaxmere Licensing Trust’s ongoing commitment to education in its community has been the catalyst for big gains in student learning in the largely underprivileged Hastings suburb.
The Heretaunga Womens Centre is the oldest purpose built facility for women and children in Australasia.
The Blind Foundation is New Zealand’s main provider of practical and emotional support for the 12,100 Kiwis who are blind or have low vision, enabling them to face their future with confidence. Blind Foundation staff around the country aim to enable people who are blind or have low vision to be self-reliant and live the life they choose.
Hastings Group Riding for the Disabled Association Incorporated has been providing therapeutic riding and horsemanship lessons in Hawke’s Bay since 1972.