SuperGrans Tairāwhiti 

All year round. Check the website

SuperGrans is a holistic wellbeing service that offers whānau a hand when they need it the most.

We don’t judge the situation that people find themselves in, we help out with what whānau need, and operate according to old fashioned whanaungatanga. Providing the Tairāwhiti community with kai parcels, budgeting advice, life skills and cooking workshops, and social work. Some great free courses to get you upskilled, you can register for one of our courses or feel free to get in touch to know when our next available course is. Volunteers receive an abundance of training and incentives. Working with a mana wahine team that knows how to make a real difference. Meet new people, make new friends and feel good about the work you’re doing.


Free or low cost

For more info visit:

SuperGrans Tairawhiti


2 Pitt Street
Gisborne Central 4010


06 868 3571

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