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Te Tuhi Café
Te Wharekai o Te Tuhi

Closed until 1 February 2022
Located onsite at 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga

Partners

Te Tuhi
Rescare Homes Trust
The School of Psychology, University of Auckland

Other supporters & partners

Ākina, impact measurement partner
The Lucy Foundation, coffee partner
Howick Local Board
J R McKenzie Trust
Lindsay Foundation
George & Willy
The Rotary Club of Newmarket (Inc) 
Rotary Club of Wellington (RCW)
Individual donors

Te Tuhi’s café is Aotearoa’s first training café for people with intellectual disabilities, run in partnership with Rescare Homes Trust and the School of Psychology at the University of Auckland.

The café provides in-house training and paid employment for people with intellectual disabilities through a community-based programme. It serves barista-made coffee and a range of homemade cabinet food and made-to-order menu items. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options are available. Te Tuhi is fully accessible, with step-free entrances, accessible parking and toilets.

The café project is a non-profit social enterprise. To find out more about the project, click here.

Press

→ Cooking up opportunity: new training café at Te Tuhi – Times, 14 July 2020
→ Opportunity knocks: New training café at Te Tuhi – Times, 4 August 2020
→ Auckland café serves up on-the-job training for people with an intellectual disability – 1 NEWS, 1 November 2020
→ Te Tuhi Café nominated for national awards – Times, 8 June 2021