a bit about us

Our Mission

Being an Angel – because ALL kids deserve to thrive

Education & Mentoring

mentally, physically, spiritually, socially - as per Māori principles of wellness Te Whare Tapa Whā

Provide Emergency Relief

to taitamariki in rural and urban Northland communities who are disadvantaged, in poverty, or at-risk in some way

Fundraise Together

engaging the community through fundraising events and projects that embrace the spirit of whanaungatanga

Support our Tamariki

creating positive change for our taitamariki by leading and facilitating community collaboration

Who are we?

We’re just a bunch of ordinary folk motivating other ordinary folk… and some really EXTRAORDINARY folk… doing some really good stuff.

Why the Name?  Because of that first fundraiser – Angels going bald. We’ve stayed doing the hairy stuff since then!  Our Māori name, Ngā Anahera Pākira was gifted to us by our kaumatua, Arana Munro.

Bald Angels Charitable Trust [New Zealand Charities Services Registered CC50983]

We are are registered New Zealand charity. We fundraise. We gather. We grow. We nuture.

How we Help

Our annual projects include 

  • Keep Our Kids Warm Campaign
  • Angels Christmas Food Parcels
  • Angels Christmas Toy Drive
  • Arty Angels camp
  • Memory Making Moments with Hospice Mid North
  • AngelMates
  • KiwiMana & Kaiārahi Youth Programmes

Go to PROJECTS & CAMPAIGNS to learn more about each one, and if you’d like to volunteer flick us a message.

Where?

In the BEST COMMUNITY in the WORLD! We’re so lucky to be based in The Bay of Islands, Te Tai Tokerau (Northland), Aotearoa (New Zealand). That’s home for us. But we reach our our tentacles like a friendly, huggy octopus all over the world.

Our piece of South Pacific paradise is dotted with pretty islands,  with white sandy beaches, magnificent forests, rare wildlife (nothing that can harm you!) and mind-blowing landscapes with incredible people and an extraordinary spirit. Not bad, huh?

But, sadly, in Te Tai Tokerau we have possibly the highest cases of poverty in Aotearoa. We have the highest incidence of rheumatic fever and very little infrastructure to support the layout of our isolated communities. Public transport hardly exists. Surprisingly, many whanau (families) are living without running water and electricity. Access to services can often be problematic, in some cases, extremely difficult. Our region also has some of the highest rates of truancy, child deafness and tragically, youth suicide, in NZ and the western world.

 

Make a Difference

However, we are convinced that, in spite of the sad statistics above, we can truly claim WE HAVE THE BEST COMMUNITY in the world.

if you’d like to DONATE now, just click the pink DONATE button on this page-or you can deposit direct to the Trust Account: 03-0351-0240110-00 Ref: Donation. (Tax receipts available -Just email us with info.

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