SuperGrans are special people
Our ‘SuperGrans’ are pretty amazing. Some are older ‘Grans’, some young ‘Grans’ and some not ‘Grans’ at all, in fact some are blokes!
They all have some things in common though – huge practical experience in life skills and they’re generous, community minded people.
The SuperGrans who work with our clients are specially selected for the type of experience and skills they have, and they are trained to be SuperGrans. They do this all in their own time alongside paid co-ordinators to guide them.
We are very careful to check that SuperGran volunteers have no criminal history and are the sort of people to be good role models. This is very important to us. We have to know that our clients are safe and can look up to our SuperGrans with great respect.
Then, we match them up with clients who need their particular skills.
If it’s workshops we’re doing, there are lots of volunteers working in the group so that there is individual attention all the way.
Who is SuperGrans Aotearoa?
SuperGrans Aotearoa is the national body for the supergrans organisations. If there is anything you need to know about any of the SupeGrans, you can phone, text, e-mail us anytime and we will point you in the right direction.
SuperGrans Aotearoa is here to support and promote the wonderful work that the SuperGrans do around the country.
Martha Kelly is the National Coordinator and is there to answer your queries any time. Phone 06 390 0017, (or cell) 022 639 2606, email firstname.lastname@example.org