Your donation will help save lives and families
DO YOU WANT TO HELP? HERE'S HOW:
WST is a non-profit trust with trustees volunteering their expertise and services. Nevertheless we have extensive costs up ahead for the establishment of two new healing and recovery centres, fundraising and building costs, computer equipment, phone, Internet and travel costs.
To discuss your WST donation, email Ray
The Wild Side book launch, Kawerau 16/3/17
Janet Curle (nee Balcombe) sharing her story of triumph over meth-addiction and a toxic lifestyle, bringing hope and expanding the recovery network
Ngati Hine Health Trust at the Kaikohe Festival, 20/1/18
Ron Tamepo and Sarah Stoddard (A&D Clinicians), Janet and Ray Curle, and Alexandra Baker (Toolbox Presenter & Community Support).
Receiving copies of The Wild Side and Radical Lives Vol 1.
Books into prisons and rehabs
WST is happy to report that due to a generous sponsor, 80 copies of The Wild Side have been donated into prisons in April 2018. They were divided between Wiri Men's and Women's, Paremoremo and Mt Eden prisons. Over the last year many other generous sponsors have seen books donated into prisons and rehab centres.
An excerpt from a letter from a prisoner in Rimutaka Prison:
"Sister, your books are making a massive difference in the lives of these brothers in here. I pray the blessing of God on you to write another next level book of inspiration." RM Edwards