Anglican Family Care
Anglican Family Care offers free, professional social work support to Otago children and their families.
We visit the families at home and work with parents to ensure the safety, health and wellbeing of their children.
We also offer counselling to parents and play therapy to children and adults.
A community-based justice process that offers victims of a crime an opportunity to participate in addressing the harm done, and what can be done realistically by the offender to put things right
We would like to invite you to our 2022 Annual General Meeting to hear about the work we have done over the last year, supporting more than 2,600 Otago tamariki and their whānau.
Our guest speaker will be Father Tony Curtis, the Dean of Dunedin.
“Fr Tony has experience in connecting the church with Civic and social justice movements in the United Kingdom, and has delighted in introducing, and involving, children with church. He has a long history of involvement with church choral music – at his Cambridge College and in Newcastle Cathedral. He has just completed a PhD in theology at Durham University, and would like to further develop the links between academic theology and practical church life.”
- excerpt from Called South website
Date: Wednesday, 28 September
Time: From 5pm, with the meeting starting at 5.30pm, followed by refreshments
Location: Elim Church, 67 Harrow Street, Dunedin (next door to our Dunedin office)
Please RSVP to Communication@FamilyCare.org.nz by 22 September
Join us for a great night of fun and frivolity. A fab night out!
Date: Thursday 20 October
Time: 6:30 pm
Venue: Rialto Theatre, 11 Moray Place
Anglican Family Care is hosting a Movie Night on Thursday, 20 October at Rialto Theatre. We anticipate this will be a fun evening for everyone!
The event will start at 6:30 pm in Rialto’s Longroom where you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy some drinks & nibbles while purchasing various raffle items. (Of course, alcoholic beverages will only be served to those of legal age.)
We will then feature the movie ‘Mrs Harris Goes To Paris’ which tells the story of a widowed cleaning lady in 1950s London who falls madly in love with a couture Dior dress, and decides that she must have one of her own.
Get in quick as seats are limited. Tickets are selling for $30 each which includes nibbles & a complimentary drink.
Our extraordinary story of vision, innovation, risk-taking, occasional crises and sheer hard work continues.
Date: Saturday 26 November
Time: 6:00 pm, (doors open at 5.30pm)
Venue: Selwyn College, 560 Castle Street,Dunedin
For over 50 years, Anglican Family Care has delivered a range of restorative, social and therapeutic services in Otago to tamariki and their whanau who are facing difficulties.
Help us celebrate this milestone in our history with a Celebration Dinner at Selwyn College, on Saturday November 26, featuring keynote speaker Nigel Latta.
Numbers are limited, so reserve your place today.
Tickets are $120, or get a group of friends together and book a table of 10 for $1,000.