Over the last couple of months, we’ve told you about some of the upcoming changes to income tax via our ‘Changing for You’ campaign.
Please come to our April 'Coffee and Politics' event with guest speaker Shamubeel Eaqub.Shamubeel is an economist, financial analyst, and author.Entry for this non-profit event is $10, with all proceeds going towards the event costs. Limited tickets available from our Nelson office or pay on the door.Contact Sarah Kerby on 0279211061 or [email protected] to arrange your ticket.
Start a conversation about your future health and advance care plan. Those close to you need to know what matters to you, your values and beliefs. Join Carla Arkless, a Nurse Practitioner, Monday 8 April, 2-3pm
Join us to hear about Philip Simpson's book "Down the Bay: a natural and cultural history of Abel Tasman National Park"
Nominations are now open for this year’s Eelco Boswijk Civic Awards 2019. Nominations close on 28 April, 2019
Budget Services around the country are banding together to petition the Government. We believe that the law as it stands does not adequately protect consumers from predatory lending practices. Please consider using the link below to add your name to our petition.
Innes Asher and Max Rashbrooke will speak at the Nelson-Tasman Post Budget Event.
Ngā Wāhine Tamariki Punanga O Whakatū / Nelson Women’s and Children’s Refuge Services Training weekend: Friday 12 - Sunday 14 April, 2019
ALZHEIMERS NELSON FUNDRAISER: High Tea Afternoon at The Boathouse. A gorgeous excuse to catch up with friends and celebrate Mothers Day. Delectable treats. Tickets $25 are available from Harleys Pharmacy - Tahunanui, Hurst & Taylor Pharmacy - Main Road Stoke, Information Desk - Richmond Mall and K J Styles - Bridge Street, Nelson.
Do you enjoy networking with like minded people in the community sector? If so please save the date. Come along and listen to two different speakers each month and enjoy learning about different organisations and what they do within our community.