You could make all the difference to someone in your own community.

Right now, our services are needed more than ever. The rising cost of living means homelessness and hardship are on the rise. As the need for our service grows, so do we. A donation from you helps us meet the increasing demand for support. 

You could make all the difference to someone in your own community.  

Since 2018, we have been offering a simple, yet powerful service – laundry, hot showers, and non-judgmental kōrero – to those doing it tough in our communities. We create a safe, judgment-free zone to ease the social isolation often faced by those doing it tough. Thanks to our 300+ committed volunteers and supporters, we operate five services in four different locations across Aotearoa, which is on average 97 shifts a month!. But it’s not just about providing clean laundry and warm showers; it’s about treating people with respect, understanding and kindness. 

Meet Ryan. 

Ryan is one friend who visits our shifts in Tamaki Makaura. He first came to shift a few years ago and knows the judgment people in his situation often experience for sleeping rough. But when he found Orange Sky, Ryan shared

“You just feel welcome and it’s a great environment to be in… I always want to help them, […], they deserve it, so they deserve more.”

“I use Orange Sky to get my washing done. It’s very expensive now to get your washing done, so the service is great, helpful. It gives me confidence and helps me to be a better me.”

As Ryan explained, feeling welcome makes a huge difference to those experiencing homelessness and hardship. From korero with friends, we know that while access to clean laundry and hot showers might bring someone to Orange Sky – it’s the connection through non-judgmental conversation that has a greater impact.

But times are tough right now, and it’s getting tougher. The 2018 census found that 41,600 New Zealanders were experiencing some form of homelessness. We think the results of the latest census will confirm what we already see firsthand: more and more families and everyday Kiwis needing support. 

One of our Auckland volunteers, Elsie, reflected on what she sees out on shift.

“Coming out on shift, one of the main things that shocked me… was how similar our life stories are … We can all be just one step away from a different circumstance tomorrow. For a lot of them, I think it’s just that they were down on their luck a little bit, but they didn’t have the community around them… For a lot of us, it’s something we could easily face tomorrow.”

We have been working extra hard to grow our services across Aotearoa so that we can be there when the community needs us. Thanks to the continued generosity of our supporters and partners, our services will expand this year to meet the increasing demand

This year, four new services will be welcomed as a response. Here’s what we’re doing;

• Te Whanganui-a-Tara | Wellington: On Monday 12th of February we expanded our Wellington service into Porirua , operating additional shifts every Monday in partnership with Porirua City Council and Te Rūnanga O Toa Rangatira.

• Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland: we’re launching a new Laundromat Service at Auckland City Mission in late February, bringing convenient laundry services to the heart of the city.

• Te Tonga o Tāmaki Makaurau | South Auckland: in March, we’re launching a new laundry pod to support the community.

• Te Matau-a-Māui | Hawkes Bay: Come July, we’re introducing our sixth. The newest member of the Orange Sky fleet will call Hawkes Bay home. This will be the first service on the East Coast and will meet the essential and growing needs of the Hawkes Bay community.

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Give someone a fresh start this holiday season

There is no good time of the year to be experiencing homelessness. But for those doing it tough, the holiday season can serve as a difficult reminder of social disconnection and isolation. It’s hard seeing other people celebrating and having family holidays – especially when you’re not even safe or comfortable. 

The 2018 census showed that over 41,600 people across Aotearoa were experiencing homelessness. One in six New Zealanders have experienced homelessness before, with one in five saying they know someone who has. For Kiwis across the country, the increasing cost of living can be the difference between putting food on the table or taking clothes to the laundromat. There’s no denying that times are tough, and getting tougher.

Orange Sky’s mahi is simple, yet it makes a huge difference for those doing it tough. We can’t fix homelessness alone. But we can help ease the load through providing free laundry, warm showers and genuine, non-judgmental kōrero in a safe space. Every year, we operate more than 350 shifts across the motu, with a passionate team of over 300 volunteers committed to making a difference in our communities. 

Whilst access to laundry and shower services is essential, it’s the conversations we share on our six orange chairs that have the greatest impact for those who use our services (who we call ‘friends’). With the support of your donation, our volunteers can continue to be there for our friends, like John, throughout this holiday season.

John is a former military man, Te Whanganui-a-Tara local and friend of Orange Sky. John currently lives in his car, and has been – on and off – for the past decade. He has been on the waiting list for six years to find a place to call home, something that is only becoming more difficult with the increased cost of living. Like a lot of Kiwis, he’s the resilient sort. As he puts it, “I can survive. I can survive anywhere.”

John first heard about Orange Sky in 2019 from the news. As is often the case, it was the laundry services that brought him to his first shift. Very quickly, John’s visits became more than just doing his washing – the weekly kōrero with the volunteers, like Adam, is what he most looks forward to. 

Adam first met John over four years ago when he began volunteering with Orange Sky in Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

John’s been so open and warm with us, but also is an incredibly respectful person. That makes it a lovely relationship. It’s always a pleasure to see him,” said Adam.

“I think some of the misconceptions in the community about people experiencing homelessness is that they are somehow different, but they’re not. They’re going through a tough time, but they’re no different from people who aren’t, and other people who are perhaps experiencing more fortunate circumstances.”

But John doesn’t let these tough times take his dignity or compassion for others away. He is an active member of his community and church, always pitching in to help others through volunteering and simple acts of kindness. Despite having so little for himself, he still gives so much.

John is 1 in 41,600. That’s the number of Kiwis experiencing homelessness according to the 2018 Census – it’s likely even higher now. By giving to Orange Sky this holiday season, you’ll be making a huge difference for people who are doing it tough, just like John. 

Help provide connection these holidays for people like John.
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Orange Sky's Vehicle Upgrades | Fuelled by Innovation

Innovation is in our DNA at Orange Sky and we are always looking for ways to improve our services and help more friends. Our van generators did a fantastic job supporting many thousands of washes and showers over our first four years! After working hard to support our friends it was time however to innovate and think big about how we could make our fleet more reliable and environmentally responsible.

We are always challenging ourselves to stay innovative and make sure our services have the greatest impact for our friends. By upgrading our fleet to solar battery power, we became more reliable for our friends, cut maintenance costs and reduced our environmental footprint by using cleaner more efficient energy. Upgrading the vans was no small feat, as we removed all of their diesel generators, replacing them with solar-powered battery banks!

Part of the upgrade involved replacing the old washers and dryers, but don’t worry those weren’t wasted! We set up our first ‘internal laundromat’ at Kairos Free Food Store in Christchurch, who are one of our amazing service partners. The friends who come to their food rescue service sit down with our volunteers and have their laundry done too.

Two members of our team, James and Rylan went out on the road to get the hard work done on our vans. After six and a half weeks of work, the upgrade was complete. We spoke with James about working on this project, the people he met and the experiences he had.

“We kicked off this exciting project in Christchurch, picking Eddie the van up at midnight as the first in line. With many weeks of work ahead of us, it was daunting to know we would be away from family and friends for so long. But at every place we visited, Rylan and I were continually amazed by the care we received. The Orange Sky whānau welcomed us with open arms. Our volunteers showed us how proud they are of the service and how they give such a personal experience to our friends.

Among the many hours of stripping and rebuilding the vans, Rylan and I had some special moments. Driving from South to North, making our way up through the North Island and Tongariro National Park, we had a chance to park Hugo up with Mt Ruapehu standing clear in the background. We were amazed at the striking beauty, stark contrasts and incredible diversity of Aotearoa.

In Auckland, we got to spend some time on shift in Onehunga. It was inspiring to see how close-knit the volunteers are. Humility is encouraged, and the team start and end each shift with a huddle, discussing their personal goals and challenges, encouraged to push the limits of their comfort zones. You can tell that everyone looks forward to their time on shift, building trust and relationships with the friends who use our service.

As our volunteers and friends tried out the new vans across the country, they noticed the benefits straightaway. It’s quieter, cleaner and more sustainable than ever.

We were overwhelmed by the care, compassion and generosity of the community. We received endless assistance from workshops, suppliers, volunteers and service partners. There were so many people to thank!

As we look to the future, there are some tough times ahead for our friends. We will continue challenging ourselves to stay innovative and work on exciting projects to grow our team of volunteers, ensure our vans are in the best shape to run efficiently and expand our services for friends where the need is greatest.

All of this would not be possible without the many supporters who make up our amazing team. We are continually amazed by the generosity and compassion of the community who are there for our friends doing it tough.

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Helen Reflects on her First Few Months at Orange Sky

2022 saw four years of washing, yarning and positively connecting communities here at Orange Sky Aotearoa, such an exciting milestone! But 2022 was also a stark reminder that our services are needed now more than ever before, and to help deliver these services, a strong passionate team is needed at the core! 

To close out the year we want to introduce you to Helen, Coordinator for Friends and Volunteers! In her first few months at Orange Sky she has already hit the ground running, assisting with the launch of our fifth service in Hamilton, training new volunteers to be the very best they can for our friends, and always looking for new opportunities for connection and conversation in New Zealand. 

Helen shares a passionate reflection on the year that was, and looks ahead at the new possibilities for 2023…..

“My first few months at Orange Sky have been a roller coaster. I have days when I think I have understood everything and other days when I wonder if anything will ever make sense. But I love the pace, passion and enthusiasm of all the teams. 

My three weeks in Hamilton to roll out a new service a few weeks into the role was a massive learning opportunity and so much fun. My biggest achievement in the role so far would be helping Lisa and Belinda [insert their roles] build the fantastic team that we have in Hamilton. I love the volunteers we have found, they are truly incredible and we are so privileged that they chose Orange Sky to volunteer with.

Within my first few months at Orange Sky I am stunned at how great the need is in New Zealand. Having lived in Auckland for 15 years I thought I was pretty aware of the social situations but I really had no idea. It’s been very eye opening. 

Since the COVID pandemic, many people have lost jobs or are on reduced incomes, this means for some they can’t afford the rent or mortgage and the only option is to live in their cars or sleep rough on the street. So many of our friends have said they look forward to seeing us, to see a familiar friendly face. 

The showers are important in the city locations such as Ellen Melville in Auckland and the Lake in Hamilton, but the laundry services are so well utilised in residential areas. Launderettes are really expensive and in the recent very wet months even if the friends can wash, to get things dried costs them upwards of $20. That $20 could be spent on bread and milk and cereal for breakfasts. But most importantly the social connection that shift provides is invaluable.

In 2023 I am determined and looking forward to improving the current services in New Zealand and getting them working well and then building on the New Zealand structure introducing more services in the community. Exciting to think where we will be able to help more friends next year in New Zealand.”

Orange Sky thanks our staff, volunteers, friends, donors and wider community for your continued support, and we look forward to sharing more conversations and connecting more kiwis than ever before in 2023!

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Adam reflects on his volunteer journey with Orange Sky

Here at Orange Sky we have a simple formula; to provide a place for all Kiwis doing it tough to connect through a regular laundry and shower service. The people who bring this service to life are our volunteers; they are empathetic listeners and great conversationalists, ready to lend a helping hand. We sat down with volunteer team member Adam, to hear about his journey with Orange Sky.

“Hi my name is Adam and I am a general volunteer on the Wednesday afternoon shift in Christchurch. I help support the volunteer team, give our friends clean clothes, warm showers and help ease the load for them. 

It was such an easy process to apply to volunteer, and is perfectly in line with my values, my lifestyle and what I believe in. The time that I can volunteer is convenient and it is such a tangible way to help the community, you can directly see the impact immediately and it feels good to go home after you have provided support to our friends. 

[Before volunteering], my perceptions of what homelessness was and the reality is very different. The diversity of our friends shows a wide variety of people who need the service; no one is too far removed from getting in line for accessing clean clothes – it is a place that is open to everyone. 

I feel [Orange Sky] is important for our friends to have a place to come and chat. Human connection is so important; for some, it is possibly the only conversation they have had all week. Shift gives our friends an outlet to express their views on the world or just talk in general, it is really important.

I always believe in this saying – volunteering will set you free. Everyone has an hour to do something positive for the community, it really puts things into perspective, and provides you access to things you would not normally see.”

Adam is one of the 300+ volunteers who help to provide Kiwis doing it tough with access to free laundry services,  and of course, genuine conversation.

December 5th marks a very special day in the Orange Sky calendar – International Volunteer Day. It’s an opportunity to celebrate our remarkable team of volunteers and the work they do each day to positively connect communities through washing, showers and most importantly, genuine, non-judgmental conversations. 

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Orange Sky, along with our communities, operates in a world that continues to be impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, but what remains the same is our commitment to innovating and supporting our friends on the street.

Our mission to positively connect communities is as important as ever right now; we remain focused on ensuring we can deliver our service to friends and volunteers in safe environments.

Please review the Frequently Asked Questions, and should you require any further information, you can get in touch with our team on the details listed below.

Service Partners and Operations

For the most up-to-date information on whether shifts are operating is via the find a shift page. The ‘latest updates’ section below also provides the most recent COVID-19 information for our services across New Zealand.

Orange Sky has put in place a COVID-19 Management Plan in line with public health measures issued by the Ministry of Health to create the safest environment possible with the changing circumstances. We regularly liaise with service provider partners to ensure that the shift environment is as safe as possible.

Keeping the community safe is one of Orange Sky’s highest priorities and we take this seriously as an organisation. We have created a COVID-19 Management Plan consisting of multiple controls to support keeping the community safe. While several of these will be in place for the foreseeable future, other control measures are activated based on the current risk levels. The controls consist of the following: 

  1. Social distancing (2m) and encouraging others to do so as well.
  2. Face masks are available on shifts and must be worn when mandated by the relevant authority.
  3. Prioritising vaccinated volunteers on shift when risk levels increase
  4. If volunteers are unwell and experiencing cold and/or flu-like symptoms, they must not attend shift.
  5. Hand hygiene is promoted throughout the shift including washing hands regularly with soap and water and/or using the hand sanitiser.
  6. Increased cleaning during and at the end of shift including touchpoints, orange chairs, tables, door handles, washing baskets etc.
  7. The use of PPE including disposable gloves, masks, and safety glasses.

We are continuously monitoring the changing COVID-19 environment, and will communicate any further changes in our operations promptly. 

Yes, Orange Sky is considered an essential service as part of New Zealand’s COVID-19 response and recovery framework. Alongside other housing and social support providers, we play a critical role in supporting some of New Zealand’s most vulnerable individuals and whānau to stay connected during this difficult time. It is a priority for us to continue supporting our friends and provide our service to those who rely on us.

Using our Service and Shift Information

To keep our community safe, we would appreciate it if you don’t utilise the service whilst experiencing any cold and/or flu like symptoms. We understand this is a hard time for many. Doing what we can to minimise the spread of the virus will ensure that our orange vans can continue to show up each week to deliver free laundry, warm showers and genuine conversation.

It is currently not a requirement to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend an Orange Sky shift and access our services. However, we encourage our community to follow the government health advice. During times of increased risks from COVID-19, some services may require volunteers to be vaccinated on shift.

If you’re currently experiencing homelessness, support is available. The Ministry Of Housing and Urban Development has pulled together a list of relevant resources.

The Ministry of Health’s website is the key place to go for information about precautions to take while on shift and at home. There is also a central portal for all information on COVID-19. Healthline has a dedicated COVID-19 number for the public to access – 0800 358 5453. It’s free to call and available 24/7.  

Another resource is Āwhina, which is an anonymous website that connects people in need with everything from housing, a meal, financial help, domestic violence support, counselling and more, with thousands of services around the country.

You can also visit Lifeline, who can provide information and advice about managing your mental health during the pandemic, or find a health professional for you to speak to.


Our team works as quickly and transparently as possible with localised teams as soon as new information around COVID-19 requirements, restrictions and lockdowns  become available. Where possible, we work hard to ensure that shifts keep operating to ensure we can support our friends.

The Orange Sky operations team communicates with local leadership teams, team leaders and service providers, who will then communicate to all volunteers via your pre-determined WhatsApp group chat as soon as possible about whether a shift will be operating.

After extensive consultation with our volunteer community, we have reviewed and updated our COVID-19 Risk Management Framework to consider how and when vaccinations may be required across each of our service locations. Due to the ongoing risks COVID-19 continues to present in our communities, Orange Sky may choose to prioritise volunteers that are up to date with their vaccinations during times of heightened risk of COVID-19 or as required by government guidelines.

As part of the Orange Sky volunteer onboarding process, you will need to declare if you are up to date with your vaccinations, however, you do not need to provide evidence of vaccination. If you would prefer not to disclose if you are up to date with your vaccinations, simply select ‘no’ when signing up to be an Orange Sky volunteer. Selecting no will not affect your application process, and will not affect your ability to volunteer with Orange Sky, except during times of heightened risk of COVID-19 or as required by government guidelines, where confirmed vaccinated volunteers could be prioritised.

Orange Sky has a responsibility to provide a safe shift environment for friends, volunteers and service provider partners. By understanding the rates of vaccination within our volunteer community, we can make informed decisions when reviewing risk management policies and processes; as well as being able to easily prioritise vaccinated volunteers on shift when required. By declaring if you are up to date with your vaccinations, you will be helping to keep our vans on the road, providing meaningful connection and services to our friends.

The information can also help our team identify shifts or regions that may be at risk of being non-operational if a vaccine mandate is implemented by the government, if not enough vaccinated volunteers are rostered.

Orange Sky volunteer leaders and Orange Sky HQ will be able to see your vaccination declaration response on your profile. However, your status will not affect your ability to volunteer with Orange Sky, except during times of heightened risk of COVID-19 or as required by government guidelines, volunteers who are up to date with their vaccinations could be prioritised.

Whilst it is currently not a requirement to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend an Orange Sky shift, it is strongly recommended and vaccinated volunteers may be prioritised on shift. However, if the government mandates vaccines for a specific region, or industry, then it may be a requirement and you will not be able to attend shift.

Service Leaders and Service Coordinators will see which volunteers have completed the optional COVID-19 Vaccination Declaration. Utilising this information, they will attempt to fill each shift by rostering volunteers who have confirmed their vaccination declaration in the first instance. Prioritising vaccinated volunteers ensures that we can support teams to deliver our service to friends in the safest possible environments.

If your vaccination declaration has changed since you signed up with Orange Sky, you can email us at with your details and we can update your vaccination status in Volaby. 

If you’re feeling unwell, please make sure you stay home and get tested. Please notify your Team Leader as soon as possible if you are unable to attend a shift.

Orange Sky offers a VESP program to all volunteers which provides a free and confidential mental health support service. The program is designed to help you overcome any issues impacting your mental wellbeing related to your time and experience volunteering with Orange Sky. The program allows volunteers to access up to three support sessions per year. You can book a free session via the Portal.

If you have any further questions, please get in touch via our contact us page or by phoning +64 9 887 0566 during business hours. 

Volunteer enquiries:

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To find out if there is a shift near you or access the most up to date information, click the ‘find a shift’ button below or at the top of the page.


Service providers

If you are a service provider, please keep us updated of any changes to your service provision or environment that may have consequences for us partnering with you at your location in the future.

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Latest Updates

Kia Ora Whanau,

It’s been just over three weeks since we made the tough decision to pause our services during Alert Level 4 lockdown. With the entire country (except Auckland) now at Alert Level 2, it’s been great to see all of our Wellington shifts back up and running this week. For anyone looking to use our services in Wellington, please keep an eye on our schedule as some shift times may vary by an hour or so to accomodate new meal times of the service providers we’re working alongside. We hope to have the majority of our Auckland shifts online again once Alert Level 3 is announced. As soon as we know a shift is going ahead, we’ll update the schedule. If you have any further questions on this please get in touch via our contact us page here.

Take Care,
Orange Sky team.

Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak in New Zealand, Auckland and Wellington are currently under mandatory, level 4 restrictions. Although Orange Sky remains an essential service, we’ve made the difficult decision to pause all shifts across Auckland and Wellington. We will take this time to ensure that we can support shifts operating in a safe environment for our friends, volunteers and the greater community. Our thoughts go out to everyone who has been impacted by the recent COVID-19 outbreak – especially our friends doing it tough. We hope to be back out there operating again soon. If you have any further questions on this please get in touch via our contact us page here.


Follow our socials for up to date information on how Orange Sky is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak, as well as some positive news stories about our community

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To Terry, From Eddie

“We all have hearts…. If you have a heart, love somebody. If you have enough heart, love everybody.” ~ Stevie Wonder

I can clearly remember the first time I met Terry. We had just launched our first van, Hugo and were parked outside St Matthews car park in Auckland City. It was cold, wet and 6am in the morning. Terry was actually bringing along a friend who needed to use our services, but he stuck around for a chat while he waited. 

As he and I were talking, we discovered that we shared a mutual love for Stevie Wonder songs. For years after that, Terry would come out weekly and visit the volunteers on shift just to connect, to pull out his speaker and play some 80s tunes for us to enjoy. 

Orange Sky Aotearoa recognises how lonely and isolating it can be for people doing it tough. Terry understood that too and he shared that same passion for connecting with others. He would always be the first to welcome any new person – whether it was a new volunteer on shift or someone using our services. At Orange Sky, we refer to anyone who comes along to shift as a ‘friend,’ and Terry was the first to make me realise that it was so much more than just a word.

It’s hard to imagine a world without Terry’s bright and gentle energy to keep us company, but I take comfort in knowing that he was surrounded by so many people that he had impacted and who loved him dearly. 

I am blessed to have called you my friend Terry, and do life alongside you for a time. I’ll miss our chats and having you out with us on shift. I hope to make you proud, and I’ll be sure to keep the Stevie Wonder tunes playing as a reminder of your impact on all of our lives.  


Terry’s legacy of unwavering kindness, acceptance and friendship will forever be a part of our service in New Zealand. Our hearts go out to Terry’s family, the Auckland team and wider New Zealand community of friends, volunteers and staff who had the pleasure of knowing and connecting with Terry.


Why everyone needs connection

These past few years have provided many challenges and hardships for kiwis all across the country. At Orange Sky, it’s not just been about providing laundry and shower services, but finding ways for our community to stay connected; despite lockdowns and restrictions impacting us all.

Selwyn is one of the friends who we’ve been lucky enough to get to know during this time. Although sleeping rough when we first met him, he was still able to blow us away with his incredible street art that you can find around Auckland. 

Selwyn has now found a place to call home, and even has his own washing machine, but still comes along to shift every Monday evening to catch up with the team. It’s such a simple interaction, but it makes me realise how important connection and community really is to all of us.

Selwyn is one of thousands of Kiwis experiencing homelessness, but many more are disconnected from their community and in need of your support. Orange Sky currently operates 34 shifts a week across Aotearoa through a dedicated team of over 260 volunteers.

There’s never been a more important time for our vans to be out in the community supporting our friends doing it tough, and providing a safe and welcoming space to connect. 

If you are in a position to support our mission – whether that’s by making a donation or giving your time to volunteer – you will not only be helping to keep our vans on the road, but allowing us to grow our services and support more people doing it tough. 

Learn more about how you can support Orange Sky

Thank you for supporting our mission to positively connect communities – we couldn’t do what we do without you. 

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Meet Selwyn: Why kōrero is more than just a conversation

When we first met Selwyn on shift in Auckland, he was sleeping rough – as thousands of Kiwis do each night. But it wasn’t just free laundry and shower services that he found at shift, he also found a place to connect…

“My name’s Selwyn Vercoe. I descend from the Ngāti Awa and Ngāti Porou tribes of Aotearoa. 

The Orange Sky service is important because it serves a lot of people who need these services – like having a shower and getting your laundry done. 

I’ve been here where people have lined up to have a shower and get their laundry done [and] waited till about seven o’clock… that’s when I realised how important [the Orange Sky service] is for our street people. 

It’s humbling to witness how [the volunteers] express their hospitality to the community. They never judge. [Friends] can come here and enjoy the hospitality without fear or judgement. A lot of our street people have been products of the environment, so it’s good to have this type of service in the community where our street people don’t fear judgement.”

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Selwyn was one of the 41,600 New Zealanders experiencing homelessness. Orange Sky was able to support Selwyn during this time in his life by providing access to free laundry and shower services, as well as a place for kōrero on our six orange chairs. 

Although Selwyn now has a place to call home, he is still a familiar face at our Monday night shift. It’s no longer about doing a load of laundry or jumping in for a warm shower, but he’s still there to access a service that’s essential to all of us – connection. 

As part of our mission to triple our impact for people experiencing homelessness and disadvantage across the Australasian region by 2025, we plan to expand our services in Aotearoa.

But we need your help to support more Kiwis doing it tough.

Everyone needs connection.

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