Photos from our latest projects, awards fun, and partner countries. You can also read more in our stories at the bottom of the page.
Take My Hands is a social enterprise that connects those that have, with those that need it. We are collecting usable medical equipment and resources that can no longer be used in New Zealand and redistributing them to organisations that work with those in need in the Asia Pacific Region. So far we’ve sent over 94,000kg of to 15 different countries, helping more than 281075 people, creating over $9 million in impact, and all for under $43,000. Recently we have grown into connecting those with knowledge and expertise with those that need using a cross sector collective practice approach. We are focused on building biomedical expertise in the Pacific.
over $8 million
Dr. David Galler
A story from the One Percent Collective Generosity Journal Meet the amazing Ken Te Tau ….. not only a TMH champion, but a peer support champion for the NZALS, AND … how cool is this …. bassist for the Pink Floyd Experience. Seriously cool gentleman doing some seriously cool things with his life. “Amputees all Read more about The Gift of Hope[…]
Look what we received in the post this week! What an honour to be nominated and acknowledged for such a prestigious Award. The letter we received was as follows : Congratulations on your Nomination Your contribution to your community has been recognised with a nomination in the 2019 New Zealander of the Year Awards the Read more about Take My Hands achieves recognition at The New Zealander of the Year Awards[…]
This week an interview with our Managing Trustee was published by the National Business Review. Check it out here. (you can free subscribe to watch the interview and read the article) https://www.nbr.co.nz/story/pacific-patients-benefit-kiwi-s-aim-make-difference
Tuesday 5th Feb Our first shipment of the year has left today for Lahore Pakistan where it will be used by the Hope Rehabilitation Society who work with amputees in need. We get a real buzz out of making this kind of project happen. We’d like to thank the following partners for participating in this Read more about Next Shipment off to Hope Rehab[…]
Happy New Year Hope 2019 has started fabulously for you In this newsletter we are reflecting on what an amazing year 2018 was and letting you know about some great things coming up this year. 2018 Reflection ,A year of Inspiring Projects: 2018 ended up being a pretty brilliant year for TMH. We sent around Read more about TMH’s January Newsletter[…]
Our Managing Trustee Janette was featured in the Feb 19 Issue of the Australian Women’s Weekly. Get yourself a copy if you can and read about how TmH began and three other amazing social enterprises.
We are delighted that TMH has won the Partnering for Good Category of the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards on the 22nd of November. The NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards are New Zealand’s longest-standing sustainability awards. Now in their 16th year, they recognise and celebrate success in sustainability. The Partnering for Good award is presented Read more about TMH Wins at NZI SBN Awards!![…]
TMH collect usable medical equipment that won’t be used in NZ anymore and get that to amazing health providers in the Pacific so they can help people in need. Its minimising waste AND helping people in need! Win win! They are launching a new campaign – please share with anyone you think could be interested Read more about Become a TMH super hero![…]
Particularly massive thanks to OPC this month as not only have their awesome donor’s contributed to our work, but we also had one of their awesome donors – Sam – help us load a container in Wellington. Thanks so much OPC and thanks so much to all the OPC donors that choose to support TMH! Read more about Thanks OPC[…]
TMH’s October Newsletter We can’t believe how fast this year is going by! But as they say, time passes quickly when you’re having fun. We’ve definitely been busy, and this newsletter will fill you in on all the good stuff that has been happening since we last reached out. In this newsletter we have: Read more about October Newsletter[…]