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Who we are

We tackle the significant issues
impacting women, girls and whānau. 

 

Who we are

We tackle the significant issues impacting women, girls and whānau. 

Good Shepherd has been supporting better futures for women, girls and families experiencing disadvantage in New Zealand for 130 years, led by the Good Shepherd Sisters. Good Shepherd NZ was established in 2012 to continue the Sisters’ work.

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Our History

The Good Shepherd Sisters were invited to New Zealand in 1886 to look after women and girls that had fallen on hard times. Good Shepherd
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Our Partners

We believe there’s strength in collaboration, which is why we work with corporate, government and NGO partners to achieve great outcomes. Discover who we’re working
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Our People

Get to know our management team and who currently sits on the Good Shepherd New Zealand Board. Plus enjoy the chance to read real-life stories
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Work With Us

Discover what opportunities we have available and how you can get involved at Good Shepherd NZ. We have a range of exciting opportunities for you
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About Us

Good Shepherd has been supporting better futures for women, girls and families experiencing disadvantage in New Zealand for 130 years, led by the Good Shepherd
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Contact Us

Contact Us Contact Us For general enquiries or media enquiries, please email –  infonz@goodshepherd.org.nz For enquiries about Good Loans or DEBTsolve, please email – goodloans@goodshepherd.org.nz More useful
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Join us on our mission to create a world that is just, equal and upholds human rights for all. 

Donate today to make an impact.

You can also make a donation, or set up a recurring donation, by contacting us directly

accounts@goodshepherd.org.nz

 

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