On the 8 October, 2020 Kai Sisterz's #Generites celebrated their one anniversary with The Generator.
The Generator provided stepping stones to increase their wellbeing, knowledge skills and income, which includes helping to establish a community kitchen and securing a long term full-time contract for 2021.
The video shows you their journey and growth and how The Generator has changed their minds and lives and that of many others too (See below).
TRANSITIONED OFF THE BENEFIT
- Joanne Jo-Anne Campbell-dyer- Jo_Anne’s Grassroots Arts and Crafts, East Cape
- Lynda Akuhata -Brown https://www.facebook.com/lynda.akuhatabrown.5
ENABLED ACCESS TO PROVINCIAL GROWTH FUND
- Ripeka and Leonard Walker East Cape Camp Grounds
FROM OUT OF WORK TO EMPLOYMENT IN WAIROA
- Amanda Claire - Wātea Yoga and Holistic Wellbeing Hub Te Hira Horua-Waiariki
At the Bay Productions and Korou Digital Agency apprentice then salesman
- Josh and Arlou Brooking, Str8native
- Cristall Brooking McClutchie, Coffee That
FROM THE BENEFIT TO EMPLOYMENT - SOUTH AUCKLAND
- Peter Lilo https://www.dropbox.com/.../The%20Generator%20MSD...
- John Wilson – Sourbros https://www.facebook.com/sourbrosbakery/
- Amanda Clare Watea Studio https://www.wateayogastudio.com/
Te Hire Horua-Waiariki
The Generator is a joint project by Emerge Aotearoa Group and Vaka Tautua thanks to funding provided by Ministry of Social Development NZ.
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