Please see the link below for the Community Naviator Role with Victory Community Centre. Applications close Sunday January 10, 2021 - 12 noon.
Nelson City Council and the Youth Strategy Leadership Group are inviting submissions for funding from Nelson-based community and youth development organisations to provide the following youth leadership programmes in 2021: Youth into Governance Youth neighbourhood participation Please submit your expression of interest by 5pm Monday 23 November 2020 https://shape.nelson.govt.nz/youth-strategy-funding-2021/youth-strategy-funding-2021-expression-interest
Regenerative Agriculture experts John King and Greg Hart will be leading a discussion on what regenerative agriculture is, how it can be used and the connections between regenerative agriculture and climate change. To register for the webinar, visit: https://events.humanitix.com/nelson-tasman-climate-forum-webinar-on-regenerative-agriculture-877xhp04
The Community Investment fund for 2020/2021 is open Applications close on 31 July 2020 Total funding available: $125,000
InterFaith communities coming together for peace, healing, unity, love and respect for our diversity - one year on post Christchurch Mosques tragedy. Live & Let Live. See you at this event ???#WeAreOne Join us Tuesday 10 March @ 6.30pm-8.30pm at Trafalgar Centre (Northern End), Nelson.
Therapy based in Motueka.
Read more about Community grants and funding, forthcoming COGS Public meetings where you can have your say on funding priorities, information on the Community-led Development (CLD) Network and all about Community Leader Scholarships.
Come & meet your community at our Nelson Connects Volunteer Expo on Saturday 7 March 10am - 2pm Annesbrook Church, 40 Saxton Road, Stoke (diagonally opposite PIC's Peanut Butter). Whether…
Motueka is looking forward to welcoming all community workers to the Combined Districts Community & Whanau Meeting on Thursday 5th March 2020. This is a day to connect with workers from Golden Bay, Motueka, Richmond and Nelson and hear from local guest speakers. Please advise Rae if you have specific dietary requirements for morning tea and lunch, and of your attendance so we can make it a joy filled inspirational occasion. Emails to Rae at [email protected] or please ring 03 528 0404 or 021 123 2026. The meeting will open from 9am with an informal meet and greet with formal welcome and introductions at 09.30am. Guest speakers will include Manaaki Tāpoi/Youth Services and Rural Women/Wayne Langford/Grow NZ Women as well as presentations on Age Concern, Family Violence, and Parenting through Separation. The event will include a morning tea (11.15) and lunch (at 1pm) with time built in to network or gather informally until 2.30pm.
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.