Wesley Community Action works in communities throughout Wellington to help people create better lives for themselves and their whānau.

We believe in the power of the community and we are motivated by compassion. Our work tackles injustice as we seek transformative change at both individual and institutional levels.

We work with people and communities of all ages, backgrounds and stages of life.

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Latest news & updates

Update on how we’re supporting people during the lockdown

April 1st, 2020

The team at Wesley Community Action is working hard to ensure we continue to help the most vulnerable people in our community while keeping them and ourselves safe. We have developed new, clear protocols to inform all of our work and we are re-organising our work to fit the new ‘lockdown’ environment. Read more

New Covid-19 protocols

March 18th, 2020

We’re taking a number of steps to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. These include cancelling all  the regular community gatherings we host at Wesley Rātā Village, Wesley House in Cannons Creek, Wesley Waitangirua and in Strathmore.  We’re also introducing strict protocols for internal meetings, and for people visiting our offices – both staff and non-staff. Read more

Innovation is part of the Methodist tradition

February 10th, 2020

“The existing ways of helping vulnerable people aren’t working.” Our director David Hanna writes about the growing importance of innovation in the work we do. Read more