Empowerment, Education, Enterprise
The Fono is a leading provider of health, social, education, whanau ora and community services operating across five locations. The Fono provides OCA’s corporate services including financial, human resources, marketing and IT, as well as providing wrap-around health and social support services to OCA students and their families. These include Whanau Ora, health checks, housing support, parenting programmes, physical activity and nutrition, drug-testing, dental services, youth counselling and early childhood education.
Pasifika Futures is a Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency that works with regionally based providers and partners to build the capability and capacity of Pacific families. Pasifika Futures supports Pacific families to achieve their aspirations in health, housing, education, training and economic development.
C-Me Mentoring Foundation Trust was set up in 2009 to deliver the mentoring and pastoral care elements of the Trades at School at schools programme. The Trust was disbanded in 2014 after OCA was launched, however the C-Me Mentoring IP is still in use through the OCA programmes.
Foundation North is the new name for what was formerly the ASB Community Trust. The Foundation holds in trust for the Auckland and Northland communities an endowment, or putea, of over a billion dollars. Foundation North makes millions of dollars in grants each year to not-for-profit groups in Auckland and Northland, worth almost $800 million since being formed in 1988. Their aim is to support all the good work that is being done to make Auckland and Northland such a great place to live.