TMH winner

Janette and Take My Hands are in this month’s Good Magazine as winner of the Ceres Organic Good People Awards (Tech category).  Head over to their site for a read. You can also vote for the People’s Choice Award here.  https://www.good.net.nz/article/Janette-Searle  

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[…]

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,[…]

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 –[…]