Child Cancer Foundation launches new strategic plan
Child Cancer Foundation is thrilled to be launching a new strategic plan which will guide our direction for the next three years.
The past two years have been an eventful time for Child Cancer Foundation. Not only have we seen changes in some key personnel, but we have also continued delivering our vital support services for tamariki and whānau impacted by childhood cancer, supporting childhood cancer research and raising funds while living through an unprecedented global pandemic.
Within this context and a broad range of other challenges and opportunities, it was important to allow ourselves a moment of pause to reflect and consider the future direction of the organisation.
As a result, we are proud to be able to announce our new strategic plan for 2022-2025. This new strategy will ensure our staff, volunteers and Board share a clear vision and set of core values to ensure we can continue to improve our support of whānau impacted by childhood cancer.
We have developed four overarching pillars which will provide direction for our mahi over the next three years. These are:
- Excellence in Our Practice
- Powerful Partnerships
- Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Transfer
- Developing our Assets
These pillars have been developed to align with our renewed vision, which is to walk alongside and support all children and their families on their cancer journey and advance improvements to child cancer care.
In the clip below, you can see a summary of our new vision, whakataukī and values:
This new strategy was developed as a collective by our Board, staff, Whānau Connect Group leads and key external stakeholders, ensuring a broad range of voices and perspectives were heard.
We look forward to putting our plan into action to help drive Child Cancer Foundation forward over the next three years and ensure we are always working with belief, trust and empathy to support tamariki with cancer and their whānau.
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