Listen to some kōrero about the kaupapa, the values and our rich Māori heritage that inspire and power E Tū Whānau.
Giving with no expectation of return.
It’s about being connected.
Knowing who you are and where you belong.
MANA / MANAAKI
Building the mana of others, through nurturing, growing and challenging.
Positive communication and actions.
Doing things the right way, according to our values.
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