We know there are a number of groups within our community who are traditionally under-represented in local elections. Young people, Māori, Pacific peoples, and other non-Pākehā communities are less likely…
To make sure that all of our customers have access to our wonderful collection we have introduced a Click and Collect service. This is available for all members of our community.
Nelson City Council are seeking expressions of interest for youth programming focussing on youth into governance and youth development for projects of up to 3 years duration. Expressions of interest…
Are you a non-profit organisation looking for support and guidance? Community Connect is a Capability Development Programme for Non-profit Organisations in the Nelson Tasman region. Facilitated by Nelson Tasman Business Trust in partnership with the Rata Foundation.
We are looking for an energetic Centre Support worker who can provide a warm, welcoming presence to the women who visit the Women's Centre
We are looking for a Social Worker to join our vibrant and inspiring Social Services team. If you are keen to take an active role in empowering women/wāhine to be safe, resourceful, to value themselves, and to reach their potential, join the Nelson Women's Centre.
Wellby is a new initiative helping the people of Nelson Tasman to be more socially connected. Wellby Signposters are caring community members who help reach those who are hard to reach. Informed about Talking Cafes and trained to use the Found Directory, Signposters help friends, family, colleagues and neighbours find what they are looking for in their community, improving their social connectedness.
This workshop is being held via Zoom on Thursday 11 November, 10am - 11.35am. It is a collaboration between Volunteer Mid and South Canterbury and Volunteering Waikato.
Sit back and relax with a cup of tea, new friends, and a story. The library is running two Shared Reading sessions which are all about building connections and improving wellness through words. These are run by a trained librarian who will read aloud a short story or poem before inviting others to talk about what we have read. There is no need for group members to read aloud or speak – it’s fine to just listen and enjoy a cup of tea.