Katy Houstoun is the Support Manager for the Aoraki Migrant Centre.
Katy has a background in social services and a passion for helping people and can be contacted from Monday to Friday at the Migrant Centre.
The Aoraki Multicultural Council was formed in May 2004, as an initiative to raise funds for the Tsunami in South East Asia.
Following on, we became a member of NZFEC – Zealand Federation of Ethnic Councils (now New Zealand Federation of Multicultural Councils).
We now have members from 70 different cultural backgrounds involved in the council.
To promote goodwill, tolerance and understanding among people of diverse ethnic cultures .
Aoraki/South Canterbury is home to many people from lots of different backgrounds. Our diversity makes us unique and together we celebrate the beauty of all cultures represented in our community.
The Aoraki Migrant Centre are a not for profit organisation who relies on donations so that we can continue to support new migrants and former refugees who settle in the South Canterbury District
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