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Fundraising Advisor – Cawthron Foundation – Fixed Term role

Do you care about science and our environment? We are looking for someone with fundraising and event management experience for 15-20 hours per week to support the Cawthron Foundation. This is a fixed term role to cover parental leave. The role requires excellent relationship and communication skills, including public speaking. You will support Cawthron’s community development activities and work with business partners, donors, the public and staff. Please apply via the Cawthron website by Sunday 25 June 2017
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The WAY Money Management – 3 – 17 August

We're please to advise that we'll be running a C.A.P. money course. This is a free course starting on 3rd August for three consecutive weeks. The first week is about creating a budget. The second week is about balancing the budget and ways to increase income or cutback, cut down and cut out expenses. The last week is about preparing for those one off expenses through savings - even a small bit helps. Please find attached a notice and feel free to circulate this wherever the ned may be. whakamoemiti ki a koe (may blessing come to you) Dave Harris (Trustee) The W.A.Y. (Waimea Adult & Youth Trust)
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Nelson City Council’s draft Youth Strategy

At the meeting on Thursday 2 June 2017, the Community Services Committee approved Nelson City Council’s draft Youth Strategy for community feedback and we are now seeking your views. The Youth Strategy is intended to identify young people’s needs, set a clear direction for Council, find partners to work with and guide future support for youth development and activities. Your feedback will help inform the final draft that goes back to Council for adoption. The Council will also be given a copy of all feedback to consider at this time. Feedback on the draft is open from 6 June – 30 June 2017. Please note that all feedback will be public information. You can find a copy of the draft Youth Strategy online at, at any of Nelson’s three public libraries and at Council’s Customer Services Centre.
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