Our purpose is to raise awareness of social issues through our online and offline Social Participatory Platforms. Our small commitments is to make our society a better place.
Reconnect focuses on seeking societal needs and provide platform for people to join with others in taking small steps in our society.
We support people to participate in social issues through regular and one-off projects.
Through Reconnect's online and offline platform, we want to encourage people to take small steps in sharing love. We believe that the small steps will make a difference in our society!
2020 Scented Candle with T-Project
In early November 2020, we had a great opportunity to collaborate with ProjecT Worship team to promote our Scented Candle project.
ProjecT Worship is a Christian praise and worship team consisting of of young adults.
2020 Cannabis Referendum Seminar
Reconnect had the privilege to host a free zoom-seminar about Cannabis Referendum that was happening in New Zealand. Dr. Aram, a locally trained and qualified consultant psychiatrist, shared an amazing 1 hour information all about the Cannabis.
With that information on hands, we could vote the referendum responsibly. Thanks to Dr. Aram and the participants!
2019 Christmas Festival at Ranui Library
Live music? DJ? singers all performing inside a library? YES! in December 2019 we held a Christmas festival at the Ranui community and we had an amazing turnout of at least 1000 people.
With free admission and a variety of free booths which included; Nail Art, Face Painting, Calligraphy, World Vision VR Experience, Surfing Experience, Caricature, Kid’s activities zone, JP Service, Photo zone, and Christmas Tree decoration. It was a heck of an even to wrap up the year.
Cannot forget about the Sausage Sizzle, Candy Floss, Ice Cream, So-Ddeok(sausage & rice cake), iced coffee and cold drinks to fight off the summer heat!
With your support we hope to see you there this Christmas!!
2019 Mental Health Workshop at Raye Freedman Arts Centre
Mental health in the Asian community is considered taboo.
We wanted to challenge that stigma by holding a mental health workshop directly for the Asian teen community.
It was a chance to share burdens and stresses as well as a reminder that it's okay to be not okay.
This workshop was held in 2019 with the help of Waitemata District Health Board.
2019 Scented Candle
In mid-2018, the Charitable trust Lowly Heart kicked off the scented candle project with 3 residents from the caravan village.
Half a year later, Lowly Heart moved into what once was a coffee shop in Henderson to continue the self-reliant candle program.
During this time, there were 30 participants with 2 members becoming proficient at candle making.
Reconnect played a part by assisting in the sales and marketing aspect of the project during this time.
In January 2020 the self-reliant scented candle program was passed onto Reconnect.
Thankfully, Lowly Heart is fervently assisting Reconnect behind the scene.
Reconnect is journeying together with the candle makers.
All proceeds go into the scented candle project.
2018 Happy Pull Campaign
Happy Pull campaign is a movement to spread positive energy among the community.
The promotion included Flashmob Dance and Live Busking.
We are thankful that we live in such an amazing and supportive community.
Special thanks to all individuals and groups participated in this campaign.
2018 Mental Health Workshop
In 2018, we held our first mental health workshop in Glenfield Library.
We invited professionals in their respective fields, like counselors, doctors, psychiatrists, and speakers who share their experience and hands to help.
2018 Kid's Program in Ranui
2017 Mini Concert at Daycare and Resthome
2017 Moving Flea Market for People in Need
2017 Concert for People with Disabilities and Families
2016 Concert for People with Disabilities and Families