Programmes and Projects

20,000 days campaign Health Awareness How to detect early signs of infections. To assist in this programme we have an in-house laundromat available Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10. am to 1. pm. Cost is three dollars ($3) a load and wash only.
Supported by Richard Jefferies

We have Bill Marshall operating at the community house every Thursday.
If you have any legal issues or documents requiring a JP  come down to the community House and see Bill.
Available Thursday 12pm to 1pm
Gardens4Health have planted their next crop and it is now ready for harvest. If you would like any of the vegetables, please pop into the community house to see the friendly assistant and collect some. We have local residents who are volunteering to maintain the gardens, if you are interested we would love to hear from you.
Proudly supported by Auckland Council
Needing help with your CV and Cover letter, we want to help! We have a friendly assistant to help you with your CV and Cover letter. Call through to the office and we will book you an appointment. Bookings are essential. We also have computers to assist in finding employment. Please book an appointment. Office Hours are Monday to Friday at 10am-2pm 

We are now Registered agents of Probation. Your Community Service Hours can be completed here.




Life Game Project (LGP) and the After School Program
This is a free program and parents must register their children at the Community House 1 Rata Vine Drive, Wiri, Manukau please see a staff member

Children learn computer skills and education through games on the internet they
can bring their homework to study at the RaWiri Community House and utilize the computers for research. Hosted by Owen McCall. This Program is a long term programme
After School Programme
Returning after school Holidays for Term 2
Neighbourhood Safety Patrol

Manukau Moari Wardens have been foot patrolling the areas of Rata Vine, Wiri, Manukau City and other areas. They are based at the RaWiri Residents Association community house at 1 Rata Vine Drive, Wiri.

We are extremely grateful for their hard work in help keeping our communities a safe place to live. They do reports on their daily patrolling. For more photos click on the Facebook icon or log onto Facebook and search RaWiri Community.