About Us

Aotearoa has an incredible history. The trouble is most people don’t know much about it.  We are a bit busy with now.  A general loss of memory afflicts our collective consciousness.

Karuwhā Trust exists because without our history, our ‘now’ is pretty disjointed. So out with historical amnesia, out with dry-as-dust history, enough of thinking we have no good stories to tell! Kati ra!

Know the story you are a part of. Our website has resources to engage a broad range of ages and learning stages, and regular features and blogs from people who are living the story, engaging with our past and figuring out what that means for us now.

Queries welcome: info@karuwha.org.nz


8 Replies to “About Us”

  1. Kia ora
    My name is Yvonne. I would like to receive regular information from the Karuwha Trust. I want to be part of healing our nation.

    1. Kia ora Yvonne,
      Thank you for your interest. I will email you our information about our upcoming haerenga to Waitangi.

  2. Kia ora,
    My name is Grant. Please send me information about the Karuwha Trust. I am interested in the creative and prophetic ways our nation is being formed, especially through the lens of a Maori perspective in Christianity.

    1. Kia ora Grant, Thank you for your message and interest.
      I will send you information about our upcoming haerenga in May.

  3. Hello my name is Shannon and I am interested in the bible cultural journey and the history of Aotearoa with the Bible and Treaty. Please send me information in Karuwhā Trust
    Ngā mihi
    Shannon Rauhihi

    1. Tēnā koe Shannon, thank you for your comment and interest in this journey and history. I will add you to our mailing list.
      Ngā mihi

  4. Kia ora Sam,
    As a direct descendant of the European Family who travelled to New Zealand with Samuel Marsden to teach Maori agricultural skills (the first European Family to arrive with the intention to settle here), I am very interested in the work you are doing. I am keen to delve into my history and learn more about my culture of which Maori has played a bigger part than I realised.

    1. Kia ora Deanna, thank you for your message and your interest in our mahi. Sounds like you have an interesting whakapapa and wonderful that you are wanting to learn more. We will add you to our mailing list. Ngā mihi

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