Applications for 2018/19 Community Investment Fund Grants open 3 July and close 17 August. Grants of up to $2,500 are available for not-for-profit community organisations to apply for. Projects must have a social development focus and meet the criteria set out in the Community Investment Fund Guidelines. For application forms, the guidelines and further information please visit http://nelson.govt.nz/services/community/funding/community-investment-funding/.
Our Drop In Clinics provide a place for those living with memory loss to get advice, information and support. We offer a number of these in the Nelson/Tasman District Public Libraries as below: Richmond 4th Wednesday 9.30-11am Nelson 4th Wednesday 10-11.30am Stoke 4th Thursday 9.30-11am Tahunanui 4th Thursday 11.30-1pm
The Nelson Womens Centre has been part of our community for twenty two years, and we want to ensure that our services meet as many women’s needs as possible in the future. Please help us by filling out our short survey (if you get your answer back to us by 7 July you can choose to go in the draw for a $30 movie voucher): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BFM7SXL
Come along and enjoy listening to a couple of selected speakers at the Nelson Community & Whanau meeting. It is a great way to network when in the presence of like minded people. The meeting starts at 12 noon and runs until 1.30pm, around 30-40 people attend each month. All welcome.
Ever thought about being part of Rotary? Male, Female, any age, all welcome. Come along, share a meal and a drink and learn a little about this International Organisation and what we do in our Community, Country and around the world.
Check out the latest news from the Fifeshire Foundation, with updates from: - A note from the Chair - Our Fundraising results from the Big Give and Golf Tournament - Paying it forward in the local community - The Trustee's Voice - Thanks to our new local sponsors
Stop scratching your head at computers. Learn to make the most of them! Computers, smartphones and tablets are now everywhere! If you've never been taught to use them, it can feel like you're really falling behind. Our free Beginners Computing Course will give you the skills to use technology at work and at home.
Free information evening with Marta Willis from Mana Maternity on the 29 of June in Ruby Bay. Marta will be talking about the importance of the placenta, about Lotus Birth, and other ways of honouring and "handling" the placenta that are not part of normal midwifery training. So lots of information for mums-to-be and midwives. Julie Ruawai from Waka Whenua will also be there and talk about the Maori perspective and role of the placenta. All welcome: professionals, pregnant couples as well as not expecting people - nau mai haere mai! More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/2042542209353312/ Contact [email protected] to RSVP or if you have any questions
Many famous people have dyslexia. Jamie Oliver. Keira Knightly. Will Smith. To mention a few. In fact, 1 in 5 of us do. But many people go their whole lives without learning how to make the most of it. Dyslexia is a gift - if you know how to work with it.
Our well-respected job seeking course is back. Do you know anybody who needs help searching for a job? Work Fit is for them. This free 10 week course gives people the skills they need to get a job. They'll identify their skills. Write a cover letter and CV. Apply for jobs online. Practise interviews. All with a supportive group of coursemates at their back.