To provide a safe and inclusive community to individuals can maintain or regain their mental wellness through creative expression whilst working in partnership with the community and honoring Te Tiriti O Waitangi. King Street Artworks supports people on their journey to to mental health and well being by helping to improve their life skills and overcome social isolation, promotes normalization, community involvement and input from all service users, motivates, facilitates and enhances an individuals strengths, strives to meet the particular needs of Maori, Pacific Islands people, youth and minority groups such as women at risk, homosexuals and cross gender people through Tikanga.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Other (please state)
(Community Art Workshop - Art and Craft Workshop), Provides services (e.g. care / counselling), Provides advice / information / advocacy
Education / training / research, Community development, Social services, Arts / culture / heritage, People with disabilities
Family / whanau
Children / young people, Older people, People with disabilities, General public, Mental Health Consumers and their Whanau
King Street Artworks is an incorporated society and registered charity which comprises a management committee made up of up to 15 people including a chairperson, deputy chairperson and treasurer. The society employs a coordinator, administrator, studio manager and a number of permanent, casual tutors to carry out its Art Based Activities on six days a week.
Annual Returns are due within 6 months of a charity’s balance date (financial year-end), or a longer period if an extension has been granted.
This charity has been granted an exemption from filing an annual return by 31 December 2008 under Section 43 of the Charities Act 2005. The first annual return is due by 31 December 2009.
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