Celia Lashlie was a strong advocate for social justice and believed that communities held the power to solving New Zealand’s deep-seated issues such as the prevalence of domestic violence, our high imprisonment rates and family poverty.
Each and every one of us is part of a community and we are all responsible for its wellbeing. What affects our most vulnerable impacts on us all. To activate positive change and elevate the welfare of all people in our beautiful country is going to take all of us. Every little thing we do helps make the big change happen. (From helping someone in the supermarket to donating through a cause – it all makes a difference.)
Take part. Be the change you want to see in New Zealand.