Awhi the Mahi: Volunteer of the Month

We are excited to announce the committee winner for our ‘Awhi the Mahi: Volunteer of the Month’ recognition series - NZ Middlemore Sangam!

NZ Middlemore Sangam is a charitable organization based in Papatoetoe, and aims to promote the health and wellbeing of the Papatoetoe community through sport and recreation.

What started out as a football club has now grown into a hub of support for the South Auckland Indian community.

NZ Middlemore Sangam has expanded their involvement in the community beyond sport and recreation, and are now heavily involved in vaccination drives, food banks as well as Tonga relief initiatives.

There’s much to be proud of at this organisation, including their Tu Manawa funded “Khali Khelo: Let’s play” programme. This 12-week initiative aims to provide the community with opportunities to explore new sports and activities, such as football, netball and boxing.

Their commitment to our community and all that makes it special is second to none – this is a very fitting acknowledgement, and one we’re proud to award.

Thank you to the volunteers of NZ Middlemore Sangam. Your mahi and investment is very much appreciated - keep up the great work!

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