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Rauawaawa Kaumātua Charitable Trust is a non-profit registered charity (CC20570), governed and led by Kaumātua. We provide a range of culturally focused and accessible health, social and community-based activities, and services for Kaumātua aged 55+ in the Hamilton area.

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Ka rawe!

Congratulations very proud e ngā rangatira of your wonderful achievement❤️

All the very best for your exciting hīkoi to the Kaumātua Kapa Haka Matariki Celebration🥰
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Kao at kirikiriroa Marae , Hamilton East.

Beautiful.

Ataahua Goodness ❤

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An absolute privilege for our team to present on Impact at the final national event under the stewardship of the Ageing Well National Science Challenge.

As we reflect on the transformative decade during which they have enabled Kaumātua voices across Aotearoa but specifically for us here at Rauawaawa. Thank you seems hugely inadequate to express the depth of appreciation we hold for Ageing Well NSC’s unwavering support.

A heartfelt thanks to the pioneers, governance and secretariat groups both past and present of the Ageing Well NSC, with a special mihi to Koro Hata Temo, Will Edwards, Dave Baxter, Louise Parr-Brownlie, Lisa Davies, Andrew, Rebecca and Sarah as well as to Professors Brendan Hokowhitu, John Oetzel, Sophie Nock, and Mary Simpson. Your guidance and leadership have been pivotal in steering this mahi towards meaningful outcomes at Rauawaawa.

The Ageing Well NSC commitment has helped us in many ways from being a key sponsor for our National Kaumātua Service Provider Conferences since 2018 to enabling our reach across Aotearoa to work collaboratively with some amazing Kaumātua service and Iwi providers including, Te Hiku Hauora, Manaaki Ora, Poutiri Trust, Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki, Tui Ora, Te Korowai o Ngāruahine, Ngāti Manawa, Tūranga Health, Te Roopu Tautoko ki te Tonga, Kāti Huirapa Rūnaka ki te Puketeraki.

Not to forget the wonderful academic whānau that were also part of our mahi including, Professors Isaac Warbrick, Poia Rewi, Bevan Erueti, Tracey Perry and Anne-Marie Jackson.

We remain forever grateful to all the people and organizations that took part in our Expert Advisory groups under the Ageing Well NSC projects, with a special mihi to the Chair and Deputy Chair, Robert Beckett, Diane Turner (Office for Seniors), and Jim Nicolson (Ministry of Health).

With the support of all those important people and groups above, the Ageing Well NSC mahi has elevated our perspective to embrace the important world of evidence-based practice. This collective effort has without doubt enhanced our capacity to honor our commitment to "Hei manaaki ngā Kaumātua".

As this profound time under the Ageing Well National Science Challenge comes to an end, we are inspired by the legacy they leave, priveleged to have been part of their journey and committed within our capacity to continue the Ageing Well National Science Challenge dedication and foresight in advancing the well-being of our Kaumātua.

#AgeingWellNow we are listening to the presentation from Rangimahora Reddy, Pare Meha, and Daphne Vasea from Rauawaawa Kaumatua Charitable Trust.

Their presentation is called ‘Demonstrating Impact Post-Research Funding’.

#AgeingWell
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An absolute privilege for our team to present on Impact at the final national event under the stewardship of the Ageing Well National Science Challenge. 

As we reflect on the transformative decade during which they have enabled Kaumātua voices across Aotearoa but specifically for us here at Rauawaawa. Thank you seems hugely inadequate to express the depth of appreciation we hold for Ageing Well NSCs unwavering support.

A heartfelt thanks to the pioneers, governance and secretariat groups both past and present of the Ageing Well NSC, with a special mihi to Koro Hata Temo, Will Edwards, Dave Baxter, Louise Parr-Brownlie, Lisa Davies, Andrew, Rebecca and Sarah as well as to Professors Brendan Hokowhitu, John Oetzel, Sophie Nock, and Mary Simpson. Your guidance and leadership have been pivotal in steering this mahi towards meaningful outcomes at Rauawaawa.

The Ageing Well NSC commitment has helped us in many ways from being a key sponsor for our National Kaumātua Service Provider Conferences since 2018 to enabling our reach across Aotearoa to work collaboratively with some amazing Kaumātua service and Iwi providers including, Te Hiku Hauora, Manaaki Ora, Poutiri Trust, Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki, Tui Ora, Te Korowai o Ngāruahine, Ngāti Manawa, Tūranga Health, Te Roopu Tautoko ki te Tonga, Kāti Huirapa Rūnaka ki te Puketeraki.

Not to forget the wonderful academic whānau that were also part of our mahi including, Professors Isaac Warbrick, Poia Rewi, Bevan Erueti, Tracey Perry and Anne-Marie Jackson.

We remain forever grateful to all the people and organizations that took part in our Expert Advisory groups under the Ageing Well NSC projects, with a special mihi to the Chair and Deputy Chair, Robert Beckett, Diane Turner (Office for Seniors), and Jim Nicolson (Ministry of Health). 

With the support of all those important people and groups above, the Ageing Well NSC mahi has elevated our perspective to embrace the important world of evidence-based practice. This collective effort has without doubt enhanced our capacity to honor our commitment to Hei manaaki ngā Kaumātua.

As this profound time under the Ageing Well National Science Challenge comes to an end, we are inspired by the legacy they leave, priveleged to have been part of their journey and committed within our capacity to continue the Ageing Well National Science Challenge dedication and foresight in advancing the well-being of our Kaumātua.

#AgeingWell

A beautiful haerenga North with our Kaumātua and team to learn about Te Tiriti o Waitangi, the important role played by the people of that time and the places in the stunning Hokianga where chiefs signed the treaty. See MoreSee Less

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Always nice to see cuzin Tuahana

OUR VISION

‘Hei Manaaki ngā Kaumātua’
To enhance the quality of life and well-being of Kaumātua.

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Rauawaawa Kaumātua Charitable Trust is guided by values and principles of whakawhānaungatanga, manaakitanga, wairuatanga, tino rangatiratanga, and aroha.

OUR FRAMEWORK

The Korowai Framework was created to enable the Trust, when setting its work standards, to emulate the same standards required to weave a korowai of quality. Trust workers are regarded as weavers who contribute to the korowai of services the Trust will wrap around Kaumātua to keep them warm and safe.

OUR MISSION

'He Korowai Oranga Hei Tau Awhi i ngā Kaumātua’
To offer a Korowai of Services which will wrap around Kaumātua to keep them warm and safe.