Rātā Foundation’s journey is one whakawhanaungatanga, making connections and relationships with Iwi, Hapū and whānau. Those relationships and connections guide Rātā to better understand and support the aspirations of Māori for a shared future - kotahitanga.
Rātā supported Rangitane on their journey of whakawhanaungatanga. Watch this video to learn about the Tahuihu project and what it means to the whanau, hapu and iwi of Rangitane.Read more arrow_forward
Rātā supported Ngati Wheke to invigorate their whanau by building a wharenui and wharekai, as well as renovating their historical church at their home in Rapaki. Watch this video to learn how this revitalisation helps tamariki and rangatahi to play an active role within their hapu.Read more arrow_forward
In Aotearoa, people, place and connection are bound by stories. Rātā Foundation has been on a journey of Māramatanga, one that brings us closer to understanding the aspirations of iwi, hapū and whānau across Waitaha, Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka-a-Māui and Wharekauri.Read more arrow_forward