Alzheimers Nelson Library Drop in sessions: Our monthly drop in sessions provide an opportunity for all those looking for information advice and support around Dementia. Richmond 4th Wednesday 9.30-11am Nelson 4th Wednesday 10-11.30am Stoke 4th Thursday 9.30-11am Tahunanui 4th Thursday 11.30-1pm
Whanake Youth Board invites you to discover what we have achieved, what we are doing and what we wish to do. Following our presentation join us for our AGM.
The search is on for people who are wonderful neighbours or make their neighbourhood a nicer place to live. Neighbourhood Support Nelson is calling for nominations for its Neighbourhood Champion awards.
‘Ramsay to Renoir’ is a fundraiser for Life Linc Nelson; a charitable organisation that provides very low cost professional counselling to couples and individuals within Nelson /Tasman. Using live models wearing historically accurate recreations of garments from famous paintings. Historian Leimomi Oakes will explore the intersection between art and fashion.
Guest Speaker: Hon Peeni Henare Minister for Community and Voluntary Sector; Youth; Whanau Ora; Social Development "Government and the Community Sector - a conversation" at CAN's annual forum for the Nelson Community and Whanau. Chaired by Mary Ellen O'Connor. Light lunch served. Contact Susan Hawthorne 027 349 0466
Would you like to support a former refugee family as they make a new life here in Nelson? Learn their culture, make new friends, and make a difference. The next Red Cross Refugee Support Volunteer training course starts August 4th. For more information contact us at [email protected] or call 546-5012
Are you passionate about workplace mental health and wellbeing? The part-time Coordinator role with the Workplace Mental Health Forum, MINDZ, is for you. Approx. 5 to 10 hours per week. (Flexible) Skills required: Organisation, promotion, facilitation, flexibility, administration, website management and networking. MINDZ website: mindz.nz Expressions of interest to: [email protected]
You are invited to join Ovio’s MINDFULNESS ONE - a beginners’ mindfulness course, designed to improve wellness, raise performance, enhance your relationship with yourself and others, and develop greater overall clarity.
The topic for this session of Governance Bites is "Keeping it Legal". 5.15 - 7pm, 2 August at NMIT. The series is funded by Rata Foundation. To sign up for this workshop, please complete the Workshop Registration form at https://www.volunteernelson.org.nz/workshop-registration/ or call Holly or Jane at Volunteer Nelson on 03 546 7681 for more information.
We are currently seeking a female counsellor to join our counselling team in supporting women of Nelson.