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We are New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5. Plunket works together with families and communities, to ensure the best start for every child. Whānau āwhina - caring for families.
We provide support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5. We work together with families and communities, to ensure the best start for every child
Flooding following the severe storm that has lashed
Canterbury has affected local Plunket services. Many Plunket
services have been cancelled and appointments are being
rescheduled. Plunket is advising parents and caregivers to follow Council
advice not to leave home today if you don’t need to.
Royal Family The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society is
delighted with the news from Kensington Palace and the New
Zealand Royal Visit Office today that they are to be a part
of the upcoming visit by Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and
Duchess of Cambridge and baby Prince George. “We are just so excited to be a part of the visit. Their
time in New Zealand is so limited so to get the opportunity
to introduce them to Plunket is such an honour”, says
Plunket New Zealand President Tristine Clark.
Plunket’s Annual ‘Bear Hug’ Appeal kicks off next week
which means that collectors will soon be taking to the
streets around the country to raise funds for local Plunket
services. Unfortunately, this also brings a risk of bogus collectors
shaking a bucket or knocking on doors and claiming to be
from Plunket. Every year a number of unscrupulous groups and individuals
attempt to defraud the public by pretending to collect on
behalf of charities.
HealthPost, New Zealand’s online natural health and beauty
shop, has generously donated over $8,500 towards Plunket
Family Centres and clinics during their January ‘Charity
of the Month’ campaign. As part of their ‘Charity of the Month’ promotion,
HealthPost asked customers to select a charity to donate $2
towards – an initiative that HealthPost pays for, not the
customer. During January, Plunket received over 4,250 votes
resulting in the $8,500 donation.