Plunket launches new website – Tūhono Mai - to support all New Zealand whānau - 4 June 2020
Plunket today launches a new website Tūhono Mai, nomintated a free data website by the Ministry of Health, to enable all New Zealand whānau to get access to the support they need, when and however they need it, even if they have no data on their phones.
Celebrating our Plunket Nurses on International Nurses Day - May 2020
Nurse’s play a critical role in supporting the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders. On International Nurses Day (12 May), Whānau Āwhina Plunket is celebrating the role its nurses have played for generations of New Zealand whānau and families.
105-Year-Old Plunket Building Repaired Thanks to Valder Ohinemuri Charitable Trust Support - May 2020
One of Plunket’s oldest buildings, based in Paeroa, has had much needed repairs thanks to emergency funding from the Valder Ohinemuri Charitable Trust.
Plunket launches prioritised virtual service - April 2020
Plunket has launched a prioritised virtual service to ensure it can continue to support whānau following the Government’s move to raise the COVID-19 Alert level to Level 4 which has meant the suspension of all Plunket’s face-to-face services.
The Student Volunteer Army partners with Plunket to support sole parents during COVID-19 - April 2020
Both Plunket and the Student Volunteer Army are thrilled to announce they’ve teamed up to help spread the word to parents who might be struggling to get their groceries - and with whānau and neighbours gradually returning to work as we move into Level 3, this need won’t be going away anytime soon.
Plunket to suspend all face to face services - March 2020
Following the Government’s announcement that New Zealand has raised its COVID-19 Alert level to Level 3, and within 48 hours will raise to Level 4, effectively immediately Plunket will suspend all its face to face services to ensure New Zealand whānau and tamariki remain safe.