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Collette and 100k,s in 30 days.

Collette explains why she has chosen to support this below:I have decided to do the 100kms for 30 days because the word "Cancer" can be earth-shattering, everyone hears about it but doesn't think that they'll be the one to have it happen to them. Recently I have had many experiences with women who have either fought breast cancer and won or are undergoing the fight with chemo and surgical measures. They all inspired me so much because of their resilience and determination to keep living even whe...

May 19, 2022

Tips for overcoming needle phobia

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February 17, 2022

Annual Report - 2021

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December 2, 2021

The Whole Truth: Covid-19 Vaccination

The Whole Truth: Covid-19 Vaccination counters the falsehoods. It explains the topics prone to misinformation, and seeks to inform rather than inflame. It does not advocate for policy positions, apart from transparency and accuracy in public debate.On this page, and across a range of social media and print publications, The Whole Truth about the Covid-19 vaccine is published through a series of videos, graphics and words.The project received funding from the Google News Initi...

December 2, 2021

Robbie's thoughts on how our support has helped him.

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December 2, 2021

NZ Labour Party - Health, Wellbeing & Social Services Caucus Committee

On Friday 14th June, the New Zealand Labour Party Health, Wellbeing & Social Services Caucus Committee were hosted by Progress to Health at the Caro Community Garden.For the full story click the link below.https://www.facebook.com/empow... ...

August 11, 2021

A very big thank-you to Sonia who donated a raised garden bed to our Caro Community Garden.

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August 11, 2021

Envirowaste - Tronpost delivery

A load of Tronpost was delivered to Progress to Health's community garden in Fairfield on Tuesday. On hand to help shovel Hamilton's former food scraps was mayor Paula Southgate, Progress to Health chief executive Karen Covell, Go Eco training and development co-ordinator Anna Casey-Cox, and Progress to Health's community support facilitator Jackie Heart.For the full article click the link belowhttps://www.stuff.co.nz/waikat......

August 11, 2021

2020 Annual Report

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November 6, 2020

Westpac Waikato Business Excellence Awards 2015

In August, Progress to Health entered an application into the Westpac Waikato Business Excellence Awards 2015 – Not for Profit Category. When reviewing the application categories, it was noted that there was a ‘Leader of the Year’ category available and the executive team decided to enter Karen Covell. Last night I was pleased to attend the finalists announcement for the awards to find that Progress to Health is a finalist in the Not for Profit category. Additional to this is that Kar...

November 21, 2016

Art Exhibition - Ammon Matthews

On the evening of Friday the 5th of June, we had the most magical evening to showcase the work of Ammon Matthews.  This is his first real dive in to the art world outside his home, and we are all very proud of his accomplishments!  Ammon participated with graphite on paper, and support worker Tim Folkema assisted with photography, slides and poetry.  Everyone had fun challenging themselves to the origami on the tables.  This video was shot by Ammon on his phone, as a memento ...

June 5, 2015

Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge 2014

On behalf of the Progress to Health Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge team, I would like to thank everyone for the support we have received. A special thank you has to go to Aidan Boswell, Bullzeye Marketing & Design, Rob Hart, Mary Murray, Alan Withy, Richard Haynes, Alan (Knocker) Shields, ThrilCapital, Mansergh Graham, AvantiPlus Cycology, Jean Appleby and the Cambridge Fitness ENDURO Class. Your support and generosity has seen our project achieving our milestones and with 3 weeks to go, we are...

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