The LifeKeepers programme aims to equip communities and whānau with the knowledge and skills needed to help prevent suicide.
We are looking for participants to interview to investigate more about the challenges faced in volunteer recruitment. All interviews will be kept confidential, and it will only take as long as it takes to have a cup of coffee.
*Are you tired of the ups and downs of your ADHD journey? *Do you believe it’s possible for you to live without medication? *Would you like to create a balanced lifestyle where you can follow your dreams?
The Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa, is working in collaboration with Nelson Tasman Libraries and Kiwibank to bring DORA, the digital bus, to the Nelson Tasman area in 2020 - from the 20th January to the 21st February.
Understanding problematic substance use and other behaviours.
Q Youth is on the search for new coordinator. 10 Hours per week.
Photograph above: Alan Kissell wins Volunteer Nelson's The Car Company Community Champion Award for work with Menzshed Waimea who were hosts for migrant volunteers in 2019 It's been a hugely…
Celebrate cultural diversity through a fantastic evening of performances and delicious ethnic foods set in the stunning Washbourn Gardens in Richmond.
The Seasons for Growth Adult Program was first launched in 1999 in Australia and is now run in the U.K. and New Zealand. Since that time it has proven to be an invaluable resource for building resilience and fostering social and emotional wellbeing in thousands of adults across Australia and overseas for people who have bereaved.
A calendar of events around Nelson Tasman through to February 29