Inspired by christian values, Piringa's mission is to provide a safe place and space for clients in transition to intentionally reflect and process the past in order to grow emotionally, mentally and spiritually, so to enable them to move forward into the future in health ways. ('Debriefing')
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Provides services (e.g. care / counselling)
Provides advice / information / advocacy
Education / training / research
Other (please state)
(People in Transition), Children / young people, Voluntary bodies other than charities, General public, Religious groups
Piringa is governed by an elected Trust Board of up to seven Trustees, which includes a Chair and Secretary. There is a volunteer Trust Treasurer who reports to the Trust Board. The Trust Board meets at least 3 times a year. the Trust Board employs two Managers to run Piringa, they each work 40 hours per week. There are also three volunteer Advisers to the Trust Board.
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