We have led quite the year of growth for Momenta, from rebranding to moving into a new office space at The Kollective. We’ve had the privilege of speaking at a number of events and provided training and leadership development in the disability sector. We’re leading a community engagement consultation, have been nominated in several award categories as well as continuing to refine and improve the way in which we work alongside our clients.
On the 9th of June 1976, 15 founding members held the Inaugural meeting of Equality Bay of Plenty Incorporated. This was the day our organisation was born, and over the past 45 years, we have made many changes, adapted, and grown. We have updated our name several times, from Equality Bay of Plenty to Avalon and finally last year toMomenta.
What has remained constant and true throughout this time is the continued commitment we have to our community. Ensuring that our work creates opportunities for people with disabilities and neurodiversity, to achieve their aspirations and live a life they love.
At the same time the ongoing COVID-19 environment has meant that we have all had to adapt and learn to work in new ways; to be responsive and innovative. Throughout this time, we’ve kept the well-being of our clients at the forefront of our service response.