Grace teaches a mindfulness programme and is the cornerstone of the individual healing journey. This is augmented with other programmes sourced through s comprehensive network of providers that provide social and clinical services.

Grace also offers Tikanga Maori and Fa’asamoa cultural programmes over a rotating 16week period that includes traditional Tatau/Moko.

The following is an outline of some of the programmes offered:

Te Ao Maori

We are proud to deliver to our whānau a cultural based Te Ao Maori program within the Grace Foundation. It embodies a profound commitment to fostering tūrangawaewae, a genuine sense of belonging deeply rooted in culture. At its core, it honours identity, and mauri, the vibrant life essence that interconnects us with ourselves and all existence, resonating within each breath we take. Through the nurturing of whanaungatanga, this initiative creates and sustains a space where the essence of heritage and identity flourish. It is an inspiring testament to the Grace Foundation’s dedication to empowering individuals by cultivating a deep-rooted connection to one’s self and community through the treasures of tradition, shared values, and profound cultural heritage.

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Whare Tapa Wha

  • Taha Whanau
  • Taha Wairua
  • Taha Hinengaro
  • Taha Tinana
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Pasefika health models, like the Fonofale model by Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann, integrate indigenous concepts holistically. Modelled after a Samoan meeting house, it highlights interconnected elements—roof, foundation, and pillars (pou).

Pasefika Youth

  • Fa’a Samoa
  • Others – Coming Soon
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“I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength”

– Phillipians 4:13

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