Selfless West Auckland mum Nayla Uisa, believes “one act of kindness” can change the world. Her small charity “Reaching Out” provide food and clothing to the needy in West and Central Auckland. They are currently trying to raise money to buy a small truck to help them transport all the donations.
It’s a bitterly cold winter’s night. A group of people huddle on Darby St, in Auckland’s central city, surrounded by boxes of clothing, rolled-up foam mattresses and thick blankets. 
The sun is quickly going down and the wind has crept up. A tourist is busking.
As she sings Jeff Buckley’s Hallelujah, pairs of worn, dirtied hands rifle through the piles of clothing. They pull sweatshirts and pants over the clothes they are already wearing. 
Plastic sandwich bags, …