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Victim Support’s Annual Reports for the past five years can be viewed below.
2021/22 Annual Report - The heart of our mahi
Our 2021/22 has been a year filled with solid mahi, responding to victims’ needs with heart and energy, belief in Victim Support, building relationships, and challenges.
2020/21 Annual Report - Victims at the heart
Our 2020/21 year has been another huge one for Victim Support. As a nationwide organisation that focuses on victims’ and their whānau’s needs, not only is demand for our services steadily increasing year on year, but we are also supporting more people for longer, which has increased the complexity of our work. Recognising this ever more challenging environment, we have created a three-year roadmap for that is presented in this Report. You can view the flip-book version here or download the PDF below.
2019/20 Annual Report - Here for you
2019/20 was a truly significant year for Victim Support, marked by the major events which shaped it. The theme, 'Here for you', reflects our commitment to be there for New Zealanders in their times of need, a need that certainly has been substantial, with the number of victims relying on our service growing this year to more than 40,000.
2018/19 Annual Report - With you, every step
Victim Support’s 2018/19 Annual Report marks a year like no other, with stories of the support provided to victims and families of the tragic events of the 15 March 2019 terror attacks in Christchurch. Every day our dedicated people demonstrate manaakitanga, helping those who are impacted by crime, trauma, and suicide. Wrapping support, hospitality, and care around others binds us together and provides value for every community around New Zealand.
2017/18 Annual Report - Safer from harm
Victim Support’s 2017/18 Annual Report highlights another year in our story, told by and about those who live it every day. This year’s theme, ‘safer from harm’, speaks deeply to Victim Support’s kaupapa, highlighting not just the strong links between quality support and reduced harm, but also the critical work we do in helping victims to safety, healing and participation in the justice system.