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You are an important part of PSEC, thank you for your support

We all share the same vision of social change on the East Coast

PSEC provided $13 million worth of social services to the East Coast region this year. Although some government funding is received, we are responsible for raising the shortfall to ensure that these vital services remain free to the people who need them most. There are many ways that you or your business can get involved to support the local work that we do. Here are a few ideas and we welcome new ideas from you too.

Donate

Thank you for your generosity. You are making a true difference in your community.

Bequests

Leave a gift in your Will, a treasure for our future generations.

Regular giving

Becoming a Guardian Angel is the best way to ensure children and their whānau get the wrap-around support they need to build a brighter future.

PSEC Charity Shops

Good for you, the community, and the planet.

Let's make a difference together

Your business leading social change

Our vision is to see communities reaching their potential. Your business can join our mission to lead social change with courage and care. Contact our PSEC Event Manager on 06 877 8193 or events@psec.org.nz to find out how your business can support local people through our Enliven and Family Works services.

Involve your team

  • Enjoy a fun night out together at our popular annual fundraiser events
  • Pledge an annual company donation
  • Give employees the option of payroll giving
  • Offer your time, services, and experience
  • Host your own fundraising event for PSEC or a specific service – PSEC will provide you with a community fundraising pack and support you along the way
  • Invite PSEC to speak to your business or community group

Corporate sponsorship​

  • Sponsor a fundraising event and promote your business
  • Donate prizes
  • Advertise in the next issue of our printed publication

Workplace volunteering

Organise staff volunteer days to help at our Charity Shops, fundraising events, or at our services.

To learn more about volunteering your team’s time contact our PSEC Volunteer Manager who can help you decide which of our volunteering opportunities is right for your business.  Call 06 877 8193 x 704 or email volunteer@psec.org.nz

A message from Sanja

Sanja Majstorović has been PSEC’s Chief Executive for over 12 years and feels privileged to be part of a team that has been improving the lives of local people since 1946. You are an important part of PSEC, whether you are a donor, a volunteer, a staff member, or a business supporter. It is with your support that we can help our community reach their potential. Let’s make a difference together!

Stories

The latest stories from PSEC.

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“It was extremely helpful for me – helped me navigate one of the most difficult times of my life.”
Family Works client
“Mosaic is a great environment to be in, the tutors are easy to talk to if you have questions.”
Enliven Disability Community Services client
“I have people around me who care about me. It’s that human contact and the conversation at the end of the day.”
Colleen Dewson, Enliven Older People client
“It is a good place and making new friends.”
Enliven Disability Community Services client
“Great safety programme – learnt a lot about how to keep myself safe now and in the future. Recommend it to other women in a domestic violence relationship.”
Family Works client
“I love Mosaic. It’s a great place for everyone with a disability and you learn lots of new things and you refresh your mind on things you have learnt before. I always learn something new every day I come to Mosaic.”
Enliven Disability Community Services client

    Older people

    Disabled people