Huria Trust is a Kaupapa Māori, Hapū based organisation. Its original purpose was to re-build its Whare Tīpuna (ancestral house) Tamateapōkaiwhenua at Huria Marae. Since inception, Huria Trust has been committed to the advancement of health, social, education and cultural services to its hapū and the wider community.
Services offered by Huria Trust include:
- Whanau Ora - delivering health and disability services, transferring knowledge and skills to enable whanau to self-manage their own health conditions;
- Antenatal and parenting programmes providing education to expectant mothers and fathers, new parents and extended whanau.
- Early intervention programmes aimed to improve the overall wellbeing of kaumatua through a range of activities, education, health checks and connection.
- Monthly nurse-led free clinic based at the Huria Trust clinic covering men's and women's checks, tamariki, and general health.
- Education and training: Huria Trust is a registered PTE and is accredited with a range of qualifications and unit standards up to Level 4 of the National Qualifications Framework.
In 2019 funding was provided by The Tindall Foundation.