Thanks OPC

Particularly massive thanks to OPC this month as not only have their awesome donor’s contributed to our work, but we also had one of their awesome donors – Sam – help us load a container in Wellington. Thanks so much OPC and thanks so much to all the OPC donors that choose to support TMH![…]

A Chance to hear the TMH story

We’ve been really fortunate to be invited to participate and speak at several conferences and gatherings lately. Last Saturday (21 April) TMH told our story at the Amputee’s Federation Annual Conference.   The Federation is the national body for the various Amputee Society’s around the country.  They’re an awesome and inspiring group of people who have[…]

Another Container Heads off

In the past three months we’ve been busier than ever.  In December we had a 20ft container of hospital beds and equipment head to Pakistan where it was used in rural clinics by the Hope Rehabilitation Society. And just this week we had another 20ft container of furniture, clothing and mobility equipment leave our fine[…]

Our July Newsletter!

http://mailchi.mp/8ab3783af6ed/latest-take-my-hands-updates    What’s the latest news at Take My Hands? Its been four months since you last heard from us but that doesn’t mean we have been sitting on our hands quietly! In fact, in this latest Take My Hands newsletter we introduce our newest Board member – Jonathan Hulme, our newest team member –[…]

MUKHTAR’S NEW LEG

Imagine losing an arm or leg, what that would mean for your independence, your family, your ability to continue working. Fortunately, it doesn’t always have to be so dire – modern prosthetics, or artificial limbs, are more widely available than ever and are pretty darn good at replacing that limb. However for those who can’t[…]

Exhibition Supporting TMH

From the 18th of March till the 1st of April Maria Fowler and Chris Keenan are having an exhibition.  Proceeds from sales, the silent auction and a raffle will go to TMH to contribute to the work we do in the Pacific.  We’re hugely appreciative of the great work that both artists have done, and[…]

TMH and One Percent Collective

TMH are incredibly excited to be part of the One Percent Collective Family. One Percent are a  Collective of people who give 1% of our income to the Kiwi-based causes they care about.  TMH was chosen to be one of the 11 charities they support.  You should definitely check them out!! https://www.onepercentcollective.org/