The Ministry of Health works across the health sector to deliver better health outcomes for New Zealanders.
The Ministry leads New Zealand’s health and disability system, and has overall responsibility for the management and development of that system
The Ministy funds G.I.F.T for the maintenance of residents with intellectual disability.
The Auckland Diocese consists of some 65 parish communities, ranging from the top of the North Island to the Coromandel region
Based on the course material designed by Sister Jean for G.I.F.T., the Catholic Diocese of Auckland has promoted the Sacramental programmes and Religious Education courses for People of Intellectual disability.
Taikura Trust, a charitable trust, is the provider of Needs Assessment and Service Coordination (NASC) for people under 65 years in the greater Auckland region since 2002.
Taikura Trust prescribes the service guidelines for the support of people with intellectual disability at G.I.F.T.
The New Zealand Disability Support Network (NZDSN) is an incorporated society of organisations like G.I.F.T. and other service providers who work in the disability sector.
The NZDSN provides a strong voice in government on matters relating to the rights of people of intellectual disability.
Te Pou o Te Whakaaro Nui is a national centre of evidence based workforce development for the mental health, addiction and disability sectors in New Zealand.
Te Pou works alongside G.I.F.T. to understand their priorities and workforce challenges and then use their range of resources, tools, support and expertise to meet these needs.