Aroha ki te tangata

Nō nānahi, i tē rā nei , mō ake tonu atu

Caring for the people: yesterday, today and tomorrow

Māori Wardens support whānau and communities in times of crisis; we train our tamariki and rangatahi; we provide emergency food and shelter and we support our people at tangihanga, ahurei, and major events.


Some examples of what we do

    • Working with rangatahi and whānau in times of crisis, helping them access services, supporting their well-being, providing advice and guidance, and providing cultural leadership.

    • Keeping the peace by being connected to our communities, approachable and non-threatening.

    • Supporting whānau, hapū and iwi at marae, tangihanga and hui.

Some more examples


WHĀNAUHĀPORIHUIHUINGA TANGATA
Including work with rangatahi and whānau in times of crisis, helping them access services, supporting their well-being, providing advice and guidance, and proving cultural leadership.including traffic management, emergency management, civil defence, safety and security, cultural support, and in working with agencies.including wide-ranging contributions at Rātana, Waitangi, Te Matatini and many other events including tangihanga, hui, concerts, and sports events.