There are many ways you can help us bring the spotlight back onto our most vulnerable citizens.
Show your commitment to building a child friendly New Zealand by reporting any incident of child abuse you see to your local police on 111 or Child Youth and Family on 0508 FAMILY (0508 326 459).
Support us being the 'voice for the voiceless'. Speak up if you have stories to be shared with our Nation, we would love to hear from you. Voice your concerns when issues arise by phoning talk back radio stations, writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper, your electorate MP or leaders of other political parties.
Raise the importance of protecting New Zealand
's children and families openly in conversations with friends, family and colleagues.
National RAK Day September 1st 2009.
National RAK Day on September 1st, is a day where you do some Random Act of Kindness
for someone else.
*Pay for a strangers coffee in a café
*Pop over to your neighbour with some home baking
*Offer to babysit your friends children so they can go out
*While waiting in a queue, turn to the person behind you and compliment them on their appearance
*Adopt a secret RAK buddy for the day
*Mow your neighbours lawn
*Give someone a big smile followed by a hug and tell them they’re great!
*Carry someone’s shopping bag to their car.
*Stop and talk to someone waiting at a bustop
"How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it"
Become a positive influence or role model to a child in your community. Check out possible organisations you can be linked with here
Establish a community gap home in your community to build future leaders. For more information please click here
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By making a stand and giving us your voice, we can show we care about our children and the family. Together we can be a force for positive change - helping make a difference for our children in New Zealand.