We are looking for a volunteer to do joiner work at the Menz shed in Lower Queen Richmond,Read More
Volunteer Nelson will be having a break over January, we are looking forward to seeing you upon our return on the 7th of February 2018.Read More
Sunday December 3rd, this year @ 12 noon Enter into the Parade with your group or organisation. 2 x $500 cash prizes to be won for “Best Creative Effort” and “Most Float Participants”. The Nelson City Santa Parade is on again but this year it will be the NEW & IMPROVED version of our favourite celebration! We’ll start at 12 noon at Trafalgar Park and end up in Morrison Square to meet Santa …Read More
Strong, skilled and resilient governance is an important driver for
healthy communities. This event explores the issues and opportunities
for the governance of community groups in Nelson/Tasman.Read More
We are currently on the hunt to recruit enthusiastic, active individuals who have volunteering experience and over the age of 18 yrs. to travel to the US to instruct American Youth in Sporting activities. The sports you offer such as Hockey, Basketball and Athletics, just to name a few are all in-demand activities at camp which is why I am contacting you. It’s a pretty amazing job – they would …Read More
Community Information Day Annesbrook Church Hall Saxton Road Stoke. Thursday 21 September 10am to 2pm. Admission, services and food is free. Do you know where to go to get the support you need? Te Korowai Trust and Nelson Bays Police are working together to help people all ages to access health, social support and road safety services. This free event is being held at the Annesbrook Church in Stoke to …Read More
The latest newsletter
What changes can we make to our country that will enable our
families and whānau to flourish?
What can we do to make sure all our children and mokopuna
have equal choices and opportunities for their futures?
How do our society’s systems contribute to some of us living in
poverty and hardship? How do we improve these systems?
The J R McKenzie Trust has established a fund to contribute to a
reduction in the number of children, young people and families
living in poverty. We need your Big Ideas to make it happen.Read More
The New Zealand Biosecurity Awards recognise and celebrate people across New Zealand who are doing their bit for biosecurity – in our communities, businesses, government and backyards. This could be through engaging in innovation, science, community or leadership that supports New Zealand biosecurity. If you, your organisation, staff member or volunteer has initiated or been involved with a programme, protocol or one-off event that focuses on biosecurity, we want to celebrate this.
The work being done by our biosecurity team of 4.7 million every day is important to us – our lifestyles, livelihoods and our unique environment depend on it. These awards are our way of saying thanks for the great work people all over New Zealand are doing in biosecurity every day.Read More
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)
(Waimea Adult & Youth Trust)Read More