Updates on how we are responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic
AT ALL TIMES FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND RELEVANT GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS
IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL PLEASE CONTACT HEALTHLINE ON 0800 358 5453
UPDATE: SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER, 2021
As of Monday 13 September 2021, The Pukete Neighbourhood House will re-open.
Some important updates are provided below. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our center is CLOSED until Monday 13 September- However we are still here to help via email, phone, website and our social media platforms. Please feel free to reach out to our team on ContactUs@pukete.org.nz
The majority of our services will resume from Monday 13 September, this includes our "Freestore". There will be some changes, and adherence to strict COVID-19 safe practices is required by all using our services and/or facilities.
If you are sick, or have cold/flue like symptoms, please remain at home, DO NOT VIST OUR CENTRE. Please contact Healthline, or your doctor and seek advice on getting a COVID-19 test.
Access to Our Centre - Our community will be able to access our building from Monday, however you must meet ALL of the following criteria; Wear a face covering, Complete Contact Tracing, Maintain Social Distancing to a minimum of 2m and follow all reasonable instructions from staff - Those who cannot, will be asked to leave the building
Before School Care & After School Care - These programmes will start again from Monday, changes to these programmes have been sent via email to all enrolled families. Contact Gemma via OSCAR@pukete.org.nz with questions.
Fruit, Vegetable & Meat Packs - These are BACK, and now operating under the "normal" collection/pick-up process
Freestore - From Monday Freestore will operate (outside only), and MUST follow all distancing requirements, and other COVID safe practice.
Special interest groups (Craft, Tai Chi) – Will operate from Monday following capacity limits of 50, and following social distancing measures, with face coverings required
Foodbank - We can process foodbank applications and requests! These parcels will need to be collected from our centre, delivery may be available on request. If you require food assistance, please contact Leah on email@example.com or phone 021 0862 3177
Our Shop & Drop, service is available to assist those in our community with access to supermarkets. For assistance please contact our Shop and Drop team via firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Family Support Advocate, will be available via email. For assistance please contact Craig Wills directly at email@example.com
Our Community Support Co-Ordinator is still here to help our community, if you are needing support contact Leah Camenzind directly on firstname.lastname@example.org
Existing Outside Hire Groups (Ukulele, Arabic Women) – Will operate following capacity limits of 50, and following social distancing measures. This is the responsibility of the group facilitator to enforce. Groups may make their own decisions not to operate.
The Free Legal Advice service is still operating, providing advice via phone appointment only. Please book in via our website, by simply clicking here!