ABOUT COMMUNITY IMPACT
I just wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the help you have given me and my family during lockdown. Two weeks ago, I received groceries and blankets from your church. I was so blessed by the help we received during this difficult time. I was sick for almost a month and my husband was working in Kaikoura, and my oldest son (age 9) was looking after me. My family and friends didn’t help me because they thought that I had coronavirus (COVID19), but I tested negative twice. During that time, we had little food, but we had faith in God to look after us. When I was in bed one day the only thing I could think of is: “I am going to die, but if I die who will look after my kids”. I opened my bible and read Psalm 27:3-4, and it gave me strength. Soon after a lady called me from City Impact Church and wanted to help us. Thank God he answered my prayers. Thank you City Impact Church for being there for me when I needed help. May God bless you for all you have done for us and other people that need help.
A family from Panama Road School
On behalf of the beautiful children I work with and their whanau/caregivers/parents, I would like to say a BIG thank you to the members of City Impact Church. I am very grateful for the mahi you all do and thank you all for bringing so much joy in their lives, at a time when we all know can be very stressful for our most vulnerable whanau.
A social worker from Oranga Tamariki
ATWC -Family Start, Tamaki Regeneration, Auckland Council, Te Puna, Hauora, Glen Innes Family Centre, Panama School, Kainga Ora, QSO Foundation, IOSIS, Pillars, Fresh Minds ProCare, Turuki Healthcare, Oranga Tamariki, Woman’s Centre, Police, Auckland District Health board, WDHB, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, The Fono, Multiple Sclerosis, Northcross Intermediate, CCS Disability.
HEAR FROM OUR COMMUNITY DIRECTOR
Known by many families as "Aunty Mary-Kath", she has been working in the community since 2008. In a normal week you will see Mary-Kath representing City Impact Church out on the road, meeting with families across Auckland, attending community meetings to stay in the know with local issues, coordinating food, clothing, furniture deliveries and preparing for Community Impact Days.