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SociaLink Forum on the current Review of Charities Act

Have you heard about the Review of the Charities Act and call for submissions, due April 30th, but not sure where to start? SociaLink invites you to a forum on the Review which will background some of the issues identified by experts* that need addressing...

What can we do?

I have been wracking my brain about how Socialink can best tautoko or support our Muslim community at this horrific time. Tears well up regularly and I expect they will for some time as I hear the stories emerging of what happened and how people and communities are...

Leadership Transitions are an opportunity for change

Nothing challenges the complacency of a board like the resignation of the organisation’s manager (AKA CEO, Executive Director, or the myriad of other names for the person who runs the place). All governance models, theories and personal experience point to recruitment...

Marketing

Marketing is such a huge topic. Eventually we will reformat this page into sections to help you find what you want. In the meantime you can do a search by using ctrl f keys to search by title. This simple one page graphic will help you define your video...

From Facebook

The 2019 Page Acorn Engineering Scholarship winners have been announced! Each winner will receive a financial award to assist with their studies for each of the next three years. Congratulations to these talented young men and women who are involved in engineering apprenticeships at local firms:
* Benjamin Coombe: Robert Page Engineering
* Manaea Haenga-Anderson, Rawinia Luka, and Liam Wayne: Page McRae Engineering
* Justice Harrison: Spida Machinery
* Todd Hemingway and Aaron Iggulden: Contract Mechanical Services
* Brett Merrie: Boshier Engineering

These scholarships are due to the generosity of the late Bob and Pat Page, who had a passion for seeing young people succeed. Congratulations to all of our 2019 winners!
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