What We Do
Nautilus Foundation has donated $3,500 to Pacific Micronesian Foundation to fund its project, Anaa te Moan Ran. This programme aims to
We provide answers to questions from i-Kiribati in New Zealand regarding immigration, work and income, housing etc, we also do translation and interpretation work. With immigration, Pacific Micronesian Foundation volunteers are not licensed but they help with translation and not with advice.
We also provide the following services;
Learning support to tertiary students, writing letters, research, time management, and writing assignments. Most of our activities are carried out at 45 Gloucester Road, Manurewa, Auckland. We visit parents who need help with their children’s homework in Auckland.
We selling Ai Tangiran Nutiran a book about life in New Zealand written in Kiribati language by Taberannang Korauaba. Want your copy? Email email@example.com.
We also teach our clients how to write songs and write stories. We meet every month so if you are interested please text 021 143 5007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
We provide transportation for our clients in Auckland, let us know if you need transport, need help with house work, washing, cooking and we will send our volunteers to your house. We want to make life easy for i-Kiribati who have just arrived in New Zealand. All our services are free, but we accept donations.
We would like to acknowledge the kind support of the following organisations that have provided financial assistance to Pacific Micronesian Foundation Charitable Trust towards its services
|Manukau Community Grants Organisation||$2,995|
|Auckland Community Grants Organisation||$2,691|
|Auckland City Council||$500|
|Mt Wellington Foundation||$1,399|
|Four Winds Foundation||$4,500|
|Manukau Community Grants Organisation||$2,500|
Te Waa Communications (Ai Tangiran Nutiran)
Four Winds Foundation
Want to become our financial supporter, sponsor or volunteer? Email email@example.com and ask for a form to fill it out