Kia ora Whānau,
We believe in creating safe spaces for friends, family and survivors. We don’t want this to change over the Christmas period. Please support us to support those who need it most.
This time is often stressful for many, and the prevalence of alcohol can often lead to unsafe situations. We want everyone to remain safe throughout this time – and this campaign serves to remind friends and family of ways they can support survivors by creating safer spaces for them.
You can donate on our campaign page here or check out our donate now page for other ways to give. Your support means the world to us and survivors, their families and others who support them in times of crisis. Thank you.
P.s. you can also help by printing out our posters and putting them up at your workplace, community centre, local cafe to help us spread the word of hope and change for survivors.
#CreateHope #CreateChange #CreateHealing #GiveSafety
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We are holding a fundraising gig on Thursday, the 19th May at Meow.
Come and have a boogie, a beverage and support a great cause! Proceeds go toward keeping our services running, so we can continue to support survivors & their whānau.
With fabulous bands:
Finn Johannson & band: https://www.facebook.com/FinnJohanssonMusic/?fref=ts
The Wellington City Shake-‘Em-On-Downers
Julie Lamb Band
and MC’d by Hilaire Carmody!
$10 on the door
With support from:
Ink Digital http://inkdigital.co.nz/
Phantom Billstickers – http://0800phantom.co.nz/
Meow – http://www.welovemeow.co.nz/
& awesome poster by Pinky Fang http://pinkyfang.co.nz/
If you are unable to attend, feel free to chuck us a donation via Give A Little: https://givealittle.co.nz/org/wellingtonrapecrisis
Click here for Facebook event
Wellington Rape Crisis would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Our final day for the year is Tuesday 22nd December and we’ll be reopening on Wednesday 6th of January 2016.
For support over the Christmas break call our wonderful sister agency the Wellington Sexual Abuse Help Foundation on their 24/7 phone line- 04 499 7532
We want to take this opportunity to say thank you to our community and members for your ongoing support and generosity throughout the year. We also want to acknowledge the wonderful people we work with as clients, whose perseverance and courage makes our work inspiring and WRC an awesome place to work.
Join the supportive and passionate team at Wellington Rape Crisis. This role is varied, with responsibilities in accounts, funding, fundraising, event management, membership communications, website administration and volunteer management. You will need to be a strong administrator and communicator.
You will have an understanding of funding processes and have some experience with accounts receivable and payable and using accounting software such as Xero. The right person will be able to pick up our systems and processes quickly and training will be provided.
At WRC our client group comes from hugely diverse communities and backgrounds and similarly we value diversity in our staff. We strive to be an inclusive workplace and welcome applications from all areas of the community. If there are things that would make the recruitment process more accessible for you please don’t hesitate to let us know, (eg bringing a support person, having information in other formats).
Must have a commitment to honouring Te Tiriti.
This role is for 28-32 hours a week (TBC) with flexibility around hours worked.
The salary is $19.5-$27 an hour.
How to Apply
To request a job description or for more information email email@example.com
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
Applications close on the 12th January 2016 with the role beginning Feb 2016
Email your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kia ora koutou,
Wellington Rape Crisis has been having lots of discussions over the last while about how we make our services more accessible to people from gender diverse communities and earlier in the year we drafted a new gender diversity policy and we would love to hear from anyone who belongs to these communities who has thoughts on the policy.
A policy is of course only a starting place, so if you or groups you are involved with would like to hear more about what we do and share any thoughts or suggestions about how a service such as ours can be more accessible for rainbow communities we would love to come and meet with you and talk about this some more.
To read the policy click here- Gender Diversity Policy
*Just a note on language we used the really broad terms ‘gender diverse’ or ‘gender minorities’ to umbrella a range of identities including trans -both binary and non binary, whakawāhine, takatāpui, fa’afafine , fakaleiti , ‘akava’ine, intersex, genderqueer, but were cautious about defining this further, but keen to hear thoughts on if we need to do more in terms of definition
Feel free to share this with others. We are keen to hear from you and welcome your thoughts via email office[at]wellingtonrapecrisis.org.nz, phone 04 801 8970 or we can arrange to chat face to face.
For those wishing to do anonymous feedback you can do so by clicking here
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the team at WRC