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Apr 2024
May 2024
Pathway Affordable Housing

Blessing another fresh start.

We are truly blessed to have some wonderful tenants living in homes provided by Pathway Affordable Housing, a group that’s about to grow!

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Mar 2024
May 2024
News

The humble bicycle.

Out of necessity or by choice, the two-wheeled mode of transport is as prevalent on our roads as it's ever been...

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Mar 2024
May 2024
Employment

From containers to coffee.

Whether it’s unloading containers or loading up diner’s plates, Mike knows how to keep his customers happy.

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Mar 2024
May 2024
News

Welcome Aland to the Pathway family.

Aland started at the beginning of the year and is settling into what is a demanding yet rewarding role, a challenge he has taken on with gusto!

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Dec 2023
May 2024
Tū Ora Story

Eric’s Story.

After becoming involved in drug dealing, Eric bounced between prison and the community for 15 years.

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Dec 2023
May 2024
Pathway Affordable Housing

Nurturing people (and plants!)

Seeing our Pathway Affordable Housing (PAH) tenants thrive in a healthy environment always gives us a boost.

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Dec 2023
May 2024
News

Go Olga, go!

We recently took on a new team member at Pathway, one that has plenty of drive! Named Olga, she's blue, has four wheels and likes ferrying people around...

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Nov 2023
May 2024
Navigate Initiative

Power of Faith in Action!

Our Tū Ora who struggle with literacy aren't likely to be sitting down and reading a traditional Bible cover to cover...

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Sep 2023
May 2024
Tū Ora Story

Dylan’s story, five years on from the NI.

September 2023 marks the fifth anniversary of the Navigate Initiative. Dylan was among the earliest to graduate from the NI.

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Sep 2023
May 2024
Reintegration

Teaching Tū Ora how to avoid scams.

Believe it or not, those leaving prison are prime targets for scammers!

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Sep 2023
May 2024
Reintegration

We want restorative justice!

What actually is restorative justice and what is Pathway's involvement?

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Sep 2023
May 2024
Reintegration

On the case.

What is the role of a case manager behind prison walls?

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Sep 2023
May 2024
Oak Tree Devanning

Oak Tree to the city of Sails!

At Oak Tree Devanning we’re buzzing about the City of Sails for a different reason – our long-awaited return!

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Sep 2023
May 2024
He Kete

RAW visit.

At Pathway we're all about helping people make fresh starts, regardless of their gender or past circumstances.

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Aug 2023
May 2024
Navigate Initiative

Magic of the orchestra.

In early August Kiwi musician Troy Kingi performed with the CSO at the Town Hall, with some very special Tū Ora in attendance.

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Aug 2023
May 2024
Navigate Initiative

Navigate Initiative passes five years!

Thoughts from co-founder and Pathway Charitable Group CEO Murray Kennedy.

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Jul 2023
Aug 2023
Tū Ora Story

Brian's story.

Brian once found comfort in the bottle. Today, he finds solace in serving the community.

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Jun 2023
Jul 2023
Pathway Affordable Housing

Pathway Affordable Housing update.

As demand for social housing remains high, Pathway Affordable Housing continues to provide.

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Jun 2023
Jul 2023
Pathway Affordable Housing

House Party!

In early April Pathway Affordable Housing marked a very special milestone - a year since the first tenants moved into our four homes.

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Jun 2023
Jul 2023
News

Pathway Proud.

Pathway Charitable Group was nominated as a finalist for Community of the Year at the 2023 Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards.

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Jun 2023
Jul 2023
News

Wheely grateful!

A recent donation to Pathway is already proving life-changing for one of our Tū Ora.

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Jun 2023
Jul 2023
Navigate Initiative

Musical Masterclass.

Feelings of joy, sadness, hope and even anger can be invoked when listening to a piece of music, or in the case of our Tū Ora, creating it.

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Jun 2023
Sep 2023
Wāhine Story

Mel's story.

At one point in her life, Mel needed drugs to function. Now, she’s the one supporting others struggling with the shackles of addiction.

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May 2023
Jul 2023
Volunteers

Writing with purpose.

Earlier this year, Pathway staff were treated to an incredible presentation from one of our valuable volunteers, Jane Jones.

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Apr 2023
Jul 2023
He Kete

Inspirational Women.

Pathway’s Wāhine Reintegration Navigators welcomed new Pathway staff to He Kete.

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Mar 2023
Jul 2023
Navigate Initiative

Honest talk.

Sharing examples of the life-changing work we do is very special and a real privilege for us.

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Dec 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Christmas struggles.

Christmas is thought of by many as the most wonderful time of the year, but for those in prison or newly-released, it can be anything but.

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Dec 2022
Jul 2023
Navigate Initiative

New life for carving.

Pathway’s Navigate Initiative is all about fresh starts, that includes artwork as well as the men we support!

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Dec 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Big thanks for a big donation!

Big guys need big clothes, and thanks to the generosity of a Christchurch retailer, they can now step back into the community in style.

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Sep 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Thinking outside the shipping container!

We're supporting people to make a fresh start through clever and imaginative ways - from inside a shipping container!

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Jun 2022
Jul 2023
Tū Ora Story

James’ story.

After suffering both physical and mental injuries, James found himself in desperate need of help.

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Jun 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Winter a time of risk.

For many of us, some regular exercise and good sleep routines might be all we need to get us out of a seasonal funk, for others it is a very real time of risk. 

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Mar 2022
Jul 2023
Oak Tree Devanning

Opportunities abound.

For various reasons, James was not in a position to work full time, but he was a hard worker who was ready and willing to get back into the workforce and it was Oak Tree that supported him to get there.

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Mar 2022
Jul 2023
Tū Ora Story

Eruera’s story.

With “too many siblings to count” Eruera was sent to live with extended family in a whāngai arrangement at the age of 8.

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Mar 2022
Jul 2023
Navigate Initiative

Literati Guild changes lives.

Coming from an abusive environment himself, Matt Brown is heading a powerful social change campaign to break cycles of violence in our community.

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Mar 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

'Netting' a new sport.

Special thanks to the amazing crew over at the Rotary Club of Riccarton, which has helped with some of the costs of our Tū Ora in the community playing social netball!

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Mar 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Powerful penpals.

Writing proves useful for maintaining healthy support networks.

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Mar 2022
Jul 2023
Tū Ora Story

The strength in never giving up.

In a moment of reflection, knowing he needed help urgently, Nate turned to Pathway because we never give up on anyone. Ever. 

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Feb 2022
Jul 2023
Tū Ora Story

Tāne’s story.

Tāne was tired of jail. He spent so many years in jail that he didn’t want anymore of it.

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Jan 2022
Jul 2023
Tū Ora Story

Brendan's story.

I started getting into trouble, one thing led to another and I wasn’t dealing with it properly.

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Jan 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Crossing the digital divide.

Every year it seems there’s new technological gadgets and gizmos, and for Tū Ora, after lengthy prison sentences, it can be mind bending.

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Jan 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Colour us in kindness.

Day one back in the community showering and brushing your teeth should be a minimum standard that everyone is entitled to and we ensure that is the case.

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Jan 2022
Jul 2023
Volunteers

Steve Wyllie's powerful impact.

A prison chaplain for more than 10 years and a Pathway mentor for even longer, Steve is an inspiring male role model for the men in the Navigate Initiative.

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Jan 2022
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Cool connections: Drug-ARM.

When it comes to partnerships, the one we have with local organisation Drug-Arm is a powerful one.

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Dec 2021
Jul 2023
Navigate Initiative

Changing lives from inside the wire.

Pathway has spent the past 20 years working on ways to help reduce the high number of people who return to prison.

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Nov 2021
Jul 2023
Tū Ora Story

Caleb's story.

After a troubled childhood, Caleb ended up in Prison. After starting to actively look for a better life, he found the Navigate Initiative.

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Nov 2021
Jul 2023
Navigate Initiative

Empowering through workshops.

Empowering Tū Ora with new skills and knowledge is one of the most powerful parts of their reintegrative journey.

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Nov 2021
Jul 2023
Reintegration

Social side of the Navigate Initiative.

What do movie nights, quiz competitions, pool, darts and game nights have in common...?

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Aug 2021
Jul 2023
Employment

Jeremiah's story.

Jeremiah was unemployed for eight years after struggling with substance addiction. Once he was clean, Oak Tree supported him into employment and he has now secured a full time role with a large company. This is his story.

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Jul 2021
Jul 2023
Navigate Initiative

Pathway's powerful partnerships.

More than two years on, Corrections has demonstrated its confidence in the reintegrative support provided by Pathway Charitable Trust.

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Jul 2021
Jul 2023
Wāhine Story

Rebekah's story.

Coming out from rehab, hitting the same road blocks would have been hard for me, but I’m glad Pathway was there.

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