Relationships are the core to improving outcomes for Pacific families. Pasifika Futures has been intentional about establishing, nurturing and growing strong and positive relationships with like-minded organisations with similar values and priorities. Our range of partnerships have grown and deepened, across philanthropy, government agencies, and sector specialist organisations.
Aotearoa Tongan Health Workers Association
ATHWA, is a Tongan-based service in Ōtāhuhu. With strong links to the Tongan community in New Zealand as well as oversees ATHWA provides Whānau Ora, education, and health services for the Tongan community.
Atafu Tokelau Porirua
Tokelau group based in Porirua, Wellington, serving the wider Tokelau community.
Community Approach Trust
Based in Mt Roskill, Auckland Central - Community Approach assists young people and their families who are identified by Police Youth Aid as requiring support to design their own pathways.
Cook Island Development Agency of New Zealand (CIDANZ)
The one COMMUNITY S.H.E.D – is a think-tank incubator that grows business ideas for social and economic development through a collaborative model of development, production, knowledge sharing and financing.
De La Salle College
Etu Pasifika Auckland
Etu Pasifika Auckland is based in what was formerly known as Mt Wellington Integrated Healthcare, Etu Pasifika providers medical, general practice and Whānau Ora services throughout the Auckland region.
Etu Pasifika Christchurch
Formed in 2016, Etu Pasifika is the largest Pacific provider in Canterbury, with an integrated primary care, mental health, urgent response and Whānau Ora service. Etu Pasifika serves over 7,500 Pacific families in the Canterbury region. Navigators walk alongside families to support them with their wellbeing goals.
F'INE Pasifika Aotearoa
F’ine provides Whānau Ora navigation, advocacy and community services to support the health and well-being of the Pacific LGBTQI+/MVPFAFF+ community, and their families.
Fale Pasifika O Aoraki Trust Society Incorporated
With a vision to improve the wellbeing of Pacific Island people and their families, Fale Pasifika identifies and provides needed support to Pacific Island people and their families to make a difference in their lives.
Fono Faufautua a Matai Samoa
Fonua Ola Network
Fonua Ola is a Social Service For Pacific By Pacific. Fonua Ola caters for the Auckland region covering the areas of South, West, Central and East Auckland.
Fotumalama o le Taeao a'oga Amata
Fotumalama Aoga Amata is a community-based early education centre catering for ages 0-5 years.
He Whānau Manaaki o Tararua Free Kindergarten Incorporated
Whānau Manaaki is the not-for-profit organisation providing support to 85 kindergartens in Horowhenua, the Kapiti Coast, Wairarapa, Upper Hutt, Eastbourne, Petone, Porirua and Wellington.
K'aute Pasifika Trust
K’aute Pasifika is based in Hamilton and the lead provider of the Aere Tai Midland Pacific Collective. The trust delivers a combination of medical, Whānau Ora, and education services to the various Pacific communities throughout the Waikato Region.
Kainga Pasifika Services Trust (Hawkes Bay)
The Kainga Pasifika Services Trust is based in Flaxmere and provides Whānau Ora navigation, family violence and education to support the health and well being services to Pacific communities throughout the Hawkes Bay area.
Marlborough Pacific Trust
Based in Blenheim, the Marlborough Pacific Trust delivers programmes and services that aspire to make positive and meaningful changes in the lives of our Pacific people. Navigators work alongside families to support them to achieve their goals through Whānau Ora.
McAuley High School
Nelson Tasman Pasifika Community Trust
The Nelson Tasman Pasifika Community Trust mission is to provide, support and strengthen the Nelson Tasman Pasifika Community to grow, achieve and prosper.
Oceania Career Academy Limited
Oceania Career Academy is a Pacific-owned and led Private Training Establishment that delivers NZQA Level 1 to 3 Building, Construction and Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship Training for Pacific young people.
Ōtāhuhu College Trust Foundation
The STEM Leadership Pipeline engages Pacific families in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programme designed to increase the number of Pacific students entering and completing their tertiary studies and degrees.
Pacific Advance Secondary School
Pacific Advance Secondary School (PASS) is the first Pasifika Secondary School in New Zealand providing Year 9-13 education. Based in Ōtāhuhu, Auckland.
Pacific Health Plus
Based in Cannons Creek, Porirua, Pacific Health Plus is a general practice based service that provides a suite of medical and mental health services as well as Whānau Ora navigation service. Pacific Health Plus has played a key role in the COVID-19 vaccination drive with Pacific peoples in Wellington.
Pacific Island Community (Tauranga) Trust
Based in the Tauranga, the Pacific Island Community (Tauranga) Trust (“PICTT”) provides Mobile Nursing, advocacy, social service and community support work in addition to Whānau Ora navigation services.
Pacific Island Homecare Servies Trust
Based in South Auckland, Pacific Homecare provides home-based healthcare throughout the Auckland region to the Pacific disabled and the elderly community who wish to stay living at home, but who need assistance.
Pacific Islanders Community Trust Gisborne
Founded in 1989, the Pacific Islanders Community Trust Gisborne supports Pacific families throughout Gisborne and the Poverty Bay area through a wide range of services in addition to Whānau Ora navigation services.
Pacific Islands Advisory Charitable Trust
Based in Invercargill, PIACT's purpose is to see an integrated Pacific community on an equal footing with mainstream New Zealand while retaining our cultural integrity. They also offer community health, social and education services as well as a Whānau Ora wellbeing approach to support families to achieve their goals.
Pacific Trust Otago
Based in Dunedin, Pacific Trust Otago (PTO) was established in 1999 and serves the Pacific community of Otago. The primary focus of the Trust is to engage with and support activities to improve the well-being of Pacific people.
Papaioea Pasifika Community Trust (Palmerston North)
The Papaioea Pasifika Community Trust (PPCT) is a Palmerston North based organisation which focusses on activities that create a resilient and thriving Pacific community. PPCT has provides pacific language, health advocacy, and health promotion services in addition to Whānau Ora Navigation Services.
Rotorua Pacific Islands Development Charitable Trust
Established in April 2000, the Rotorua Pacific Islands Development Charitable trust was established to enable Pacific people of the Western Bay of Plenty to succeed in every area of life.
Solomon Islands Society of Waikato Incorporated
A community of Solomon Islanders residing and studying in Waikato, New Zealand.
South Waikato Pacific Islands Community Services Trust
The South Waikato Pacific Islands Community Trust (SWPICS) provides a range of Whānau Ora, medical, health promotion, mental and family support services to Pacific people throughout the South Waikato region.
Based in Porirua the Taeaomanino Trust delivers a wide range of services to enables high levels of health, social and economic well-being to be the expected experience of all Pacific peoples. This includes, social work, mental health, and counselling services and their reach extends from Porirua, the Hutt Valley and Wainouiomata.
Tamaki College Educational Trust
A new partner, Tamaki College is placed within Glen Innes serving one of the most challenging communities in New Zealand. The highly successful STEM Leadership Programme from Ōtāhuhu College will be replicated within Tamaki College.
Tangata Atumotu Trust
Taulanga U & Tonga Advisory Council
The Pacific Vaka Haofanga (Safer Boating) programme, led by Taulanga U and Tonga Advisory Council, engages families in safer boating. Taulanga U also work closely with parents to support and encourage positive parenting.
The Northland Pacific Islands Charitable Trust
The Northland Pacific Islands Charitable Trust (Fale Pasifika) works with Pacific families throughout Northland to promote healthy Pacific families through awareness, support and active living, bridging the gap between Island born and NZ born Pacific peoples.
The South Seas Health Care Trust
South Seas Healthcare Trust is based in Ōtara, South Auckland and provide a range of health and social services throughout South Auckland.
The Tongan Health Society (Langimalie)
The Tongan Health Society (Langimalie) is a Tongan based health, education, social service and Whānau Ora provider based across 2 sites in Auckland. Langimalie serve Tongan communities across the Auckland region. Contact Katalina Fifita (0275801111) or Seini Latu (021902029) for Whānau Ora support.
The Village Community Services Trust
The Village Community Services Trust (“The Village”) is a community based organisation led by community leaders with a focus on the needs of Pacific communities.
Tongan Youth Trust / To’utupu Tonga Trust
The To’utupu Tonga Trust /Tongan Youth Trust was established in 1996 by a small group of practitioners from various occupations who had a passion for Tongan youth. This group established a charitable trust with a focus on accommodating Tongan youth and families who found it difficult to settle effectively in the context of Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Tupumaiaga A Niue Trust
Tuvalu Auckland Community Trust
TACT's vision is happy, healthy and thriving Tuvaluans. Their mission is to provide the tools that will equip and enable Tuvaluans to live a prosperous life.
Vaimoana Pasifika Charitable Trust
The main focus of the Vaimoana Pasifika Charitable Trust is on Pasifika families and individuals. As the only Pasifika Organisation in Taranaki, the Trust aim to provide support to enable families to access various services within the region.
Vinepa Trust is a charitable trust founded to support education and health opportunities which are Pasifika capable and founded on christian values.
Wellington Tongan Leaders Council Trust
The Wellington Tongan Leaders Council Trust was established to enable prosperous and successful Tongan families in the Capital.
West Fono Health Trust
The Fono is the largest Pacific health and social service provider in New Zealand. With over 200 staff the Fono supports Pacific families across the Auckland region with a range of medical clinics, Whānau Ora, Social Service, and tertiary education services.