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After that, Jackie, 53, bought a cheaper (but much nicer) house in South Auckland and quit her job as a kindergarten teacher so she could wholly dedicate herself to unpaid work for her charity, The Aunties.
As she explains it, The Aunties get stuff from people who don’t need it and give it to people who do mainly women and children who’ve experienced domestic violence and are staying,
or have stayed, at one of two safe houses in South Auckland. Jackie is head auntie, reports The Wireless.
On a drizzly Tuesday morning, she parks outside my house. The rear windscreen wiper is hanging limp from the back of her car. It makes the little silver hatchback with the personalised plate HAK1S (a nickname given to her by a friend, Haki is her name in te reo Mori,) look like a sulking dog.
The little car has driven about 15,
000 kilometres this year picking things up and dropping them off all around Auckland. Jackie began her deliveries in 2013. She started getting paid for mileage in April. She hopes she will be paid a salary for her work some time next year.