ABOUT THE WINDER FOUNDATION

OUR SPONSORS

The Winder Foundation has been supported by the generosity of many individuals and organizations including those shown below.

We are grateful for the continued financial support of people in our "communities of care," and invite new supporters to join us in our mission.

Please contact us if you would like to be involved in our work.

Family Works Northern

The Harold McIsaac Family Trust

Winder Foundation and the boys and families involved in the B-Cool Program and Full Circle Families are grateful to The Harold McIsaac Family Trust for its continued generosity in 2011.

As well as providing leadership to his family trust, Harold M. McIsaac has been active for many years in bringing Scottish heritage, ancestry and culture to New Zealand. He is High Commissioner for Clan Donald New Zealand, and Past President of Clan Donald Auckland and Districts Association Inc. (2006 to 2010).

Harold’s eldest son, Robert, became a tetraplegic at age 18 and Robert, with Harold’s assistance formed The Association for Spinal Concerns Incorporated (TASC) which became a Charitable Trust.  Robert unfortunately passed away in August 2003. He remains a constant reminder for us all of a young man who did not let his injury stop him from achieving great things in life. Harold has also established the McIsaac Caregiving Agency which provides specialist homebased care for spinal injured and traumatic brain injured clients.

Website: http://www.mcisaac.co.nz

Family Works Northern

Family Works Northern (James Family Trust)

Family Works Northern (formerly known as James Family) is the child and family services division of Presbyterian Support Northern.

The agency works alongside children aged up to 17, supporting them to make positive and lasting differences in their lives.
Website:
http://www.familyworks.org.nz

Mangere

Mangere East Family Service Centre

The Mangere East Family Service Centre is a safe place where young children and their families are able to develop their life skills, their enjoyment of life and their participation in a caring and just society.
Website: http://www.mefsc.org.nz

Maori Tribal

Maori Iwi (Tribal Groups)

A number of Maori iwi, or tribal groups, have support the Winder Foundation to help children, families and communities in New Zealand, Aotearoa.

Children Youth Family

New Zealand Child Youth and Family Services (CYFS)

Child, Youth and Family is a service of the Ministry of Social Development of New Zealand that promotes the wellbeing and safety of children and supports positive parenting, strong families and stronger communities
Website: http://www.cyf.govt.nz

Mangere

New Zealand Resource Teachers: Learning and Behavior Association Inc.

The New Zealand RTLB Association works to meet the needs of students, their teachers and parents/caregivers in educational establishments. Children are at the heart of all the RTLB initiatives that are guided by the Maori proverbs: "He taonga rongonui, te aroha kit e tangata - Goodwill towards others is a precious gift"; and "Aroha Ki Nga Tamariki – Love to all children."
Website: http://www.nzrtlb.org.nz

Mangere

Taranaki District Health Board

Responsible for the provision of health and disability services, Taranaki DHB is a Crown entity that works to improve, promote and care for the health and wellbeing of over 100,000 people of the Taranaki region of New Zealand.
Website: http://www.tdhb.org.nz