In this inspiring mahi story, we connect with Corrine from Pregnancy Help Taranaki, where we learn about their remarkable efforts in assisting pregnant women and their families. This kaupapa has been around since 1976 and represents a beautiful cycle of community generosity, centered around providing second-hand quality clothes, toys, and blankets as well as other support. The concept of passing these items down to future families creates a sustainable tradition of giving back. With the escalating cost of living, this initiative becomes a lifeline, potentially saving expecting families thousands of dollars that would otherwise be spent on new items. It’s an initiative that not only supports communities but also empowers families to flourish.