Māia Health Foundation is delighted to welcome Vodafone Business NZ to the whānau, with the telecommunications provider signing up as a Business Partner.
“Vodafone Business NZ has a brand, identity, and kaupapa that strongly resonates with the work Māia is doing supporting communities and families. Māia’s current focus on child and youth mental health also aligns with Vodafone’s own commitment to achieving better outcomes for New Zealand’s youth.
“We think Vodafone and Māia make a perfect pair, and we’re thrilled to have Vodafone join us as a Business Partner. We believe an exciting future is ahead as we work together to take our health system from good to great,” says Māia Chief Executive Michael Flatman.
“Vodafone is passionate about helping rangatahi to thrive. We believe that with both businesses and communities coming together with a common goal, we can create positive, long-term change,” says Lindsay Zwart, Vodafone Chief Enterprise Officer
As part of its commitment to Māia, Vodafone Business joins with other like-minded organisations who have a shared vision to support Māia by giving a community and business voice to health care in Canterbury.
“At Māia we have challenged ourselves to change the way we all contribute to our region’s health, now and for future generations. Powered by people and communities, we want to build a wider Māia whānau who are dedicated to supporting the Canterbury health system.
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