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136 Queens Road
Panmure
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(09) 527 2300
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132 West Tamaki Road
Eastbay
Auckland
(09) 528 9800  
Community Health:
136 Queens Road
Panmure
Auckland
(09) 527 2300
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Relief of Poverty
 

Health Star Pacific Trust's objectives support the “relief of poverty” in the following areas:
 

·         Helping needy persons or providing disaster relief

·         Caring for the aged and children

·         Caring for the infirm        
 


HEALTH STAR PACIFIC TRUST is a non government organisation established by the Founding Trustees under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 for the sole purpose of performing charitable work.

“I am not an individual; I am an integral part of the cosmos. I share divinity with my ancestors, the land, the seas and the skies. I am not an individual, because I share my tofi (an inheritance) with my family, my village and my nation. I belong to my family and my family belongs to me. I belong to my village and my village belongs to me. I belong to my nation and my nation belongs to me. This is the essence of my belonging.”

Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Ta’isi Efi, Head of State of the Independent State of Samoa


 
 

NZ Pacific community response to Cook Islands 2010 cyclone

On the 10th February 2010 Cyclone Pat hit Aitutaki in the Cook Islands with winds gusting more than 185 kph (115 mph) leaving 80 people homeless, 72 homes destroyed and 317 homes severely damaged. Health Star Pacific made a financial contribution towards the disaster relief work. Being responsive to the needs of Pacific communities is an important part of HSPT's ability to maintain a meaningful relationship with the Cook Islands community in New Zealand.
NZ Pacific community response to tsunami Tonga 2009

The 29th September tsunami created 3 large tidal waves which hit the north-eastern island of Niuatoputapu in the Nuias killing 9 and leaving 194 people homeless. Health Star Pacific made a financial contribution to the local Tongan community group towards disaster relief work. Being responsive to the needs of Pacific communities is an important part of HSPT's ability to maintain a meaningful relationship with the Tongan community in New Zealand.
NZ Pacific community response to tsunami Samoa 2009

On the 29th September a magnitude 8.3 earthquake occurred in the Tonga Trench. It generated the tsunami which resulted in the deaths of 143 people and huge devastation in Samoa. Health Star Pacific supported the disaster response by the Samoan Health Mission volunteers from New Zealand. Being responsive to the needs of Pacific communities is an important part of HSPT's ability to maintain a meaningful relationship with the Samoan community in New Zealand.
   
   
 
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