October newsletter update

5th year and not showing any sign of slowing! As we approach our 5th anniversary we wanted to share the latest news and developments here at Take My Hands, including exciting sustainability recognition from the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards for 2017, a link for a presentation our Managing Trustee held for the Engineers Without[…]

Solomon Islands Media Release: NRH receiving more donations from ‘’Take My hand’’ Charity Trust, New Zealand

Originally published in the Solomon Islands on Friday 6th October 2017 Written by: Barbara Pwaisiho at the NRH Hospital in the Solomon Islands Honiara, Solomon Islands – this week, the National Referral Hospital (NRH) has receive more medical equipment donated by NZ based charity trust, Take My Hand Charity. The chief Executive Officer [CEO] Dr[…]

A Helping Hand for Tonga

One Percent Collective recently published an article about our Managing Trustee’s trip to Tonga. Check out our story on the One Percent Collective site (OPC – an awesome way to get involved in giving) here or read below. Written by Lance Navarro —————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Freshly back from a scoping trip to Tonga, Take My Hand’s’ managing trustee,[…]

Scoping Trip to Fiji with FOP

Our last weeks of April have been spent in Fiji on a scoping trip with Friends of the Pacific Foundation (FOP).  We’ve been scoping the need in various hospitals and health clinics along the West, South and Eastern coasts of the main island.  We’ve also supported them in several meetings with Fiji’s MOH and NZ’s[…]

Take My Hands team in Element Magazine

Rosie Bosworth talks to Janette Searle from Take My Hands. Bevan Fitzsimmons, Carol Searle and Janette Searle from Take My Hands. Photo / Mark Tantrum RB: Describe Take My Hands? Janette Searle: Take My Hands improves the lives of those less fortunate abroad by redistributing medical equipment to those in need internationally – for free.[…]