Erika & CoCo Flash are bringing their Rainbow Storytime and Living Library sessions to Nelson! Rainbow Storytime is a chance to hear books about acceptance, diversity, inclusion and being kind, play some fun games and meet some fabulous drag queens with plenty of colours and glitter! Open to children of all ages. Living Library is designed around learning about how the duo became Erika & Coco, how they identify and is a chance to ask any questions you have about the LGBTQIA+ community.
Using positive psychology strategies and Enabling Good Lives Principles, Pictability is a unique vision and goal setting kit that helps you to form a vision for you, yourself, and your family. Meet likeminded people, share your experiences, and learn to recognise the abilities you have that make you the expert in your child’s life.
We are currently seeking additional members to join our Board of Trustees who would ideally have governance experience, an understanding of health promotion and/or mental health, good communication skills, and a strong sense of community.
Lets help our communities 'Step into Spring" and connect with each other and the outdoors
Learn more about the impact of dementia / mate wareware on individuals, our families and whānau, and our communities. This evening of discussion aims to inform, educate and provide some answers about a very important area of health care that is affecting us more widely as our community ages.
Our new DYI shopping area is under construction.
Loaves & Fishes is now offering regular Monday early evening meals, 5.30 pm in the hall behind the church at 30 Vanguard St. We also provide hot, nutritious lunchtime meals on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at midday. Please let your clients know that they're welcome to come, $3 per meal, two for $5 or five for $10. Our aim is to help address the problem of local people frequently going hungry or lonely before pay day.
The Tindall Foundation 2022 Top of the South funding round opens on 27 June.
Increase your Cultural Intelligence to be ready for life in a diverse society with our next Cross-Cultural Awareness Public Workshop on Friday, 29 July at the Greenmeadows Centre, Nelson. Registrations Required!
The funding is available to eligible organisations across the whole of Te Tau Ihu/Top of the South. NGOs and service providers will also be encouraged to join a short workshop on 'How to work with Interpreters' to ensure best practice and an effective use of the service.