Monday, 11th January 2016 10.30 am to 2.30 pm, Community Centre, Papatoetoe Woman Care Trust organized Punjabi festival “Lohri” at Community Centre Papatoetoe on 11th January 2016. There were around 100 people who attended this event. The function started with serving snacks and drinks. There was a solo performance on ….
Monday , 30th November 2015, Community Center Papatoetoe, Woman care trust organized 9th senior’s ladies day on 30TH November 2015 at Community Centre. There were more than 50 ladies who attended the function. In the beginning of the day ladies started the event with the holy words of Choupai Sahib. After ….
Monday 26th October, Community Center Papatoetoe, 8th seniors Day Woman care trust organized 8th senior’s ladies day on 26th October at Community center. There were more than 50 ladies who attended the function. This event helped the ladies to get rid of their boredom and loneliness by making new friends ….
Monday, 28th September 2015, Community Centre Papatotoe Woman care trust organized 7th senior’s ladies day on 28th September at Community center. There were more than 50 ladies who attended the function. This event helped the ladies to get rid of their boredom and loneliness by making new friends and getting socialized. ….
6.00pm Saturday, 19th September 2015, Woman Care Trust and NZ Sikh Women Association collaborated and organized the 5th Mela Trinjana Da on 19th Sept 2015 at Vodafone Event Centre. Approx. 900-1000 Ladies attended this event. The event began at 6:30pm with a 10 minute religious song sang by little girl ….
Woman Care Trust have participated The Grand Senior Citizen Ball on 10th May 2015 with eight other organizations at Mahatma Gandhi Hall, Mt Eden organized by MANDAP. WCT took part in this event more than 35 women and men. Function was started at 4.00 pm. All of them took part ….
Woman Care Trust organized a second bus trip to Coromandal on 3rd May. The trip started from Kolmar rd. Papatoetoe with 50 ladies. First Stop was in Thames, a town before Coromandal. After 40 minutes drive from Thames trip reached at the Goldmine Experience Tour, Unfortunately that was closed due ….
Woman Care Trust celebrate Lohri the first festival of year 2015. WCT organized picnic at Campbell Centre (Botanic Garden) on 19th January 2015 to celebrate the Cultural festival. Function started with the welcome drinks then all ladies chanted prayer followed by Tea and Snacks. Later everyone participated in different types ….
The constitution of India signed by 284 constituent Assembly members became effective 26th January, 1950. Before its adoption, India was ruled under the British Empire’s. January 26 was chosen as the designated date of Republic Day because its considers with the Purna Swaraj, or declaration of the Independence Day of ….
WCT associated with Supreme Sikh Society and held first time ever Kabaddi World Cup in New Zealand on the occasion of 10th anniversary of Gurudwara Shri Kalgidhar Sahib, Takanini, Auckland. Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key visited with 6 MPs and opposition leader Hon. Andrew Little also Visited with ….
Monday 31 August 2015, 10.30 am to 2.30 am, Community Centre Papatotoe Woman Care Trust celebrated 6th seniors day on 31st August 2015 at Community Center. There were more than 50 ladies enjoyed this function. The event began at 10:30 am with the holy words of choupai sahib. After that one ….
Independence Day Celebration, 11.00 am to 1.00 pm, Saturday, 15 August 2015, Community Centre, Papatoetoe. The 15th of August is a very remarkable day in the history of India. It was on this day in 1947 that India became independent. We won freedom after a hard struggle. On this day our first Prime ….
1.00 pm Wednesday, 29th July 2015, 91 Cambridge Terrace, Papatoetoe Woman Care Trust Organized a visit to Papatoetoe Museum. Baljit Kaur Chairperson Of WCT took 15 Ladies with her to show them museum. They Went their around 1.00pm. Ladies had seen some antique stuff their and get information from about ….
Monday 29th June 2015, 10 am – 2.30 pm WCT organized 4th senior ladies day on 29th June at Community Centre. More than 70 ladies came to attend this event along with their grandchildren. Function was started about 11 am with holly Choupai Sahib. Then everyone enjoyed light refreshment provided ….
4th July 2015, Vodafone Event Centre. 6pm – 11pm Woman Care Trust organized a Punjabi Cultural Night for ladies with the support of Sanjh Cultural and Sports Inc. on 4th July 2015 at Vodafone Event Centre. While the function was organized for 500 participants, WCT were surprised to see more ….
Woman Care Trust was also running a Vibra-Train program fully free for everyone. Vibra-Train has been shown to positively effect on the human body in number of ways from body fat reduction, muscle tone, bone health and joint mobility, even anti-aging hormones. Its great idea for those who do not ….
Punjabi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 130 million people mainly in West Punjab in Pakistan and in East Punjab in India. There are also significant numbers of Punjabi speakers in the UK, Canada, the UAE, the USA, Saudi Arabia and Australia. Woman Care Trust Bring Opportunity for kids, ….
Woman Care Trust celebrated Diwali at Community Centre Papatoetoe with association of Indian Kiwi Community Trust. To promote WCT to Indian families all trustees contributed and celebrated Diwali. More than 100 people turn up and enjoyed with free food, drinks and dance and light up the candle as per tradition.
Historical Tour to Rotorua on 29th November 2014 WCT organized free bus tour to Rotorua and took 50 old ladies with us. We started the trip from Kolmar Road with 20 ladies at 8 am and then picked another 30 ladies from Takanini Temple .We stopped at Hamilton Gardens for ….
PURANMASHI, in Sanskrit pumimd, is the day of the full moon, the last day of the moon`s bright phases. The day has sanctity in the Indian tradition and several ceremonial observances such as ritual bathing, fasting and giving away of charity are associated with it.Puranmashi (full moon) day is considered ….
Sikh Children Day was celebrated very successfully at Takanini Temple on 4th, 5th and 11th October. On 4th and 5th Oct approximately 640 children participated in different activities i.e. Kirtan, Speech, Gurbani Recitation, Sikh Art, Kavita, DastarBandi, Gatka etc. and 1010 children taken to Rainbow End Park on 11th Oct. ….