• Growing Confident

    Communities Together

    We support a positive, thriving, & multicultural Aotearoa

  • Seminario (webinar) de apoyo para la búsqueda de empleo

    Employment Support Webinar en Español

    Únase a nosotros para obtener consejos prácticos y comprobados sobre cómo maximizar su búsqueda de empleo en Nueva Zelanda. Esta sesión gratuita de los sábados está diseñada especialmente para inmigrantes que buscan encontrar el trabajo de sus sueños, cambiar de carrera y explorar nuevas oportunidades. El taller incluye:

     

    Estrategias para expandir y fortalecer su red,

    consejos para entrevistas de trabajo.

     
    Date: Saturday 1 October
     
    Time: 10am - 12pm

    Employment and immigration workshop on october 17, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

    • Understand the Kiwi hiring practices
    • Learn to create Kiwi-style CV & cover letter
    • Build confidence for a job interview
    • English for job interviews and workplace communications
    • Interact with a Licenced Immigration Advisors on visa issues
    • Learn your rights & responsibilities as a NZ employee
    • For upcoming workshops, please click the flyer & go to FB event page
    • Click the button below to secure your spot

    This school holiday Migrant Action Trust is planning some fun times for our community with primary school aged children (age 5+)

    We will have singing, morning tea, crafts and activities time planned for you and your children.

    It's FREE so please come join us!

    Where: 22 Taumata Road, Sandringham

  • Puketāpapa Community

    Driving School

    Drive your success with PCDS, a community-owned social enterprise committed to the enrichment of Aotearoa

    The Open Road Programme

    We are looking for volunteer driving mentors to support former refugees learn to drive. If you have held a full NZ licence for more than two years, please sign up by clicking the button below

  • CARES

    Checking &

    Assisting

    Resettlers,

    Elderlies &

    Single Mums

    Need Support to get a Driving Licence?

    The community CARES Learner Driver programme supports former refugees, single mothers, and elderlies, in need of mobility and independence, with subsidised driving lessons. Selected applicants will receive tailored assistance to navigate Aotearoa's licencing system

    COVID-19 Support

    Contact us if you need support while isolating with COVID-19.

  • We need HEROS, be a volunteer!

  • MAT's Generosity Generator - Thank you for helping us reach our goal!

     

    Visit our Givealittle Page to learn more and donate today.

    The Funding Network New Zealand (TFNNZ), and their partners Givealittle and Chorus, want to support grassroots charities to raise vital funds and skillshare new ways to fundraise in this challenging COVID-climate.

     

    Our crowdfunding campaign hosted on Givealittle will allow us to suppot more forced migrants, single parents and other volunterable community members. Please give what you can and spread the word. We are calling on you to help us make this campaign a success!

  • DONATE TO MAT

    Your contribution helps us deliver programmes to integrate the newest Kiwis in Aotearoa New Zealand.

  • Connect With Us

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    22 Taumata Road,

    Sandringham, Auckland 1025

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Privacy Policy
Privacy  Policy

The Migrant Action Trust (MAT) service is confidential, and your privacy is important to us. We are committed to acting in accordance with the Privacy Act 2020. This privacy statement explains how the MAT collects, stores, uses, and shares your personal information.

The types of information we collect are:
- Details of your enquiries and how we can help.
- Demographic information (e.g., age, gender, ethnicity)
- Your name and contact details, where relevant.

We collect your personal information in order to:
- Help you with your enquiries.
- Register you for our services.
- Help us know about and improve our services.
- Seek funding for our services and report to our funders.
- Confirm a good character as a volunteer through your nominated referees and 
  police vetting agency.

We only use and share personal information to fulfil these purposes, or if required by law. Any information we share for funding or reporting purposes is information that is aggregated and/or presented without identifying details so that it is not possible to connect the information to a specific person.

Providing personal information is optional. If you choose not to provide certain details (e.g., interpreter required), we will not be able to provide certain services.

We keep your information safe by storing it in a secured database and only allowing certain staff to access it. The identifying information we collect, such as your name and contact details, are maintained in our records for up to five (5) years from the date you discontinue use of our services, at which point we securely dispose of it.

You have the right under the Privacy Act 2020 to see any personal information held about you and to request that any wrong information is corrected or removed from the MAT database. You can do this by contacting the MAT at info@migrantactiontrust.org.nz or phone 029 227 3502.

If you have any questions or concerns about the way we are managing your personal information, then please contact us.

Please fill out and submit the form should you wish to opt-out of marketing and communications from the Migrant Action Trust:
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