Kaupapa: Housing

Music is Love - Aotearoa’s first live stream charity concert

  • Tāmaki Makaurau

I raro i te ingoa "He Aroha te Pūoro", ko te konohete mō te hunga kainga kore o Te Puea Marae āpōpō, te konohete tuatahi mō te hunga kāinga kore ka pāho ā-tihingia ki te ao. Ko tā kaiwhakahaere, kaiwaiata matua hoki i te pēne o Sons of Zion, a Riapo Panapa, e hiamo ana rātou kia kounga ai te pāhoranga nei. 

He pō whakangahau mō ngā whānau e noho pōkaikaha ana me te hunga manaaki. Koirā te kaupapa o te konete "He Aroha te Pūoro", mō te hunga kainga kore. 

Wheoi, ko tā kaiwhakahaere tā Riapo Panapa, he take nui hoki tāna.

“Collectively if the music community can be doing what we're doing, I think that sends a message to the government, you guys can do more., and our people need homes now not next week, not next month, our babies need somewhere to sleep.”

E rua wiki ki muri i tukuna te īnoi mā pukamata, ā, ko ngā pūoro nō Aotearoa, whērā i nga pēne Sons of Zion, Three Houses Down, Tomorrow People, Che Fu, Betty-Anne Monga, Annie Crummer, Ria Hall me Rob Ruha i whakatū ō rātou ringaringa ki te tautoko.

Hei tā Panapa, “Everyone is just doing it off their own backs.  We've had some sponsorship from businesses as well, in terms of logistics and putting the show on.”

Ka whakapāho ā tihi atu te konohete mā te ipurangi ki ngā kainga hurinoa i te motu me te ao whānui mō te utu kore, kia whakaohooho ai ngā whakaaro ki tēnei raruraru nui, kia whai wāhi hoki mā te maraea ki te tākoha pūtea.

Ka tū te kaupapa ki The Studio i te rori o Karangahape i Tāmaki.  Ka tukuna ngā pūtea ka kohia ki te marae o Te Puea.