Tamariki and rangatahi need your help to recover
The damage and destruction caused by the recent floods has been devastating for tamariki, rangatahi, their whānau and the communities in which we work. The immediate response to this disaster is underway; we need to start to thinking we long-term support for tamariki, rangatahi, their whānau.
Your support will mean tamariki and rangatahi have someone they can talk to
The immediate response to this disaster is underway; we need to start to thinking we long-term support for tamariki, rangatahi and their whānau. Following the floods and cyclone, we know that some tamariki and rangatahi will be feeling scared, worried, isolated, and anxious; and in need of support and advice from a trained Barnardos counsellor.
0800 What’s Up is a free and confidential phone and online chat service that gives tamariki and rangatahi a place to talk about anything.
0800 What's Up relies on generous supporters to help keep the helpline open from 11am – 11pm, seven days a week. Your donation today will help mean that any child or young person who is feeling scared, worried, isolated and anxious, can receive the help that they need.
Help keep the phone lines open
With your donation, 0800 What’s Up can provide long-term counselling and support to children and young people, now and over the coming months.
Foster Care Awareness Week
Read more about how we support tamariki, rangatahi and caregivers in our Foster Care service.