New cafe to provide employment for women released from prison – funds needed!

New cafe to provide employment for women released from prison – funds needed!

By: Rev Alison Robinson, Parish of Naenae-Epuni

Our team of community workers, celebrities and business owners are working hard to set up the Trade School Kitchen. This social enterprise cafe will provide an employment pathway for women released from Arohata Prison, and help reduce the unbelievably high 48 percent recidivism rate in New Zealand. You can find out more by watching this video:

Your support
We’d love to get your support to raise $30,000 to finish fitting out the Trade School Kitchen currently being built in Naenae, Lower Hutt. We need your help to get there.

Donate
Supporting is super easy:
1. Go to our PledgeMe page,
2. Login or join PledgeMe, it’s a simple two-step process. You will need a credit card.
3. Pick the reward you want or just donate – any amount helps and your involvement will encourage others, which is really important.

Thank you for wanting to make a difference to our community and the lives of these women and their families.
Please feel free to share this message with whomever you feel appropriate, friends, family and whānau.

Blessings
Rev Alison Robinson

Click here for the Trade School Industries Facebook page.