We are seeking 4 general governance members - those in the community who have a strong interest in women's issues, health and/or wellbeing. We are also seeking a treasurer: someone with accounting skills who can oversee our financial systems and processes and assist with the end of year account preparation.
Mauria te Pono, Believe in Yourself. Mauria te pono is an 8week course for rangatahi in a farm setting with animal-based therapy included. For three hours a week the group will be immersed in animal interactions and care, group projects, connecting with whenua and enjoying natures treasures while also taking part in general farm duties. Individual sessions will be available on request by group members if required. The program includes 2 overnight stays on the farm. 1 personal discovery night and 1 group celebration stay. Culminating in a full whanau gathering of celebration in recognition of believing in themselves.
Would you like to be part of a friendly, motivated team delivering affordable professional counselling in Nelson Tasman? Do you have excellent people and organisational skills and a working knowledge of counselling/therapy theories and application? Are you keen to make a positive difference to the wellbeing of local communities? Then read on!
Being a volunteer host at Isel House is a chance to give back to the community and keep Nelson heritage alive.
Employers and training providers will be at Nelson's Elma Turner Library 11am-2pm Friday 4 December to meet anyone looking for work, training or a change of direction. Come along - all welcome!
Please download this calendar for ways to look after your wellbeing during the Festive Season.
Dr Keri Lawson-Te Aho Māori suicide prevention, postvention and Mauri Ora/wellbeing are Treaty issues. Suicide prevention is an ongoing challenge for Māori and Indigenous peoples globally. Treaties between indigenous peoples…
Come along to our Christmas Crafternoon on Sunday 6 December. Make Christmas cards, wrapping paper, work on your own project or use our sewing machines. All welcome.
NZ Post is providing free courier services to select projects that are working to improve connection, belonging and inclusion in New Zealand communities.