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Conscious Governance TV

Conscious Governance TV Using Your Vision Statement to Guide You This brief video on Conscious Governance TV offers valuable insights into determining the relevance of you vision statement and leveraging it as an effective tool to drive strategic conversations....

Mentoring to help not-for-profits 

SociaLink is offering mentoring opportunities for not-for-profit organisations in the Western Bay to help them grow staff capabilities. SociaLink Mentoring Coordinator Christa George is keen to hear from anyone with leadership experience who can work with people such...

The Ripple Effect

We had an excellent crowd at The Ripple Effect two-day conference in Bethlehem which was designed to help practitioners understand the complexity and find solutions to the problem of family harm. Below is the list of knowledgeable speakers who are expert in this...

Meet Angela Wallace

Angela Wallace - Volunteering Services manager Angela has worked for ages in social service development, operations and supporting clients. She has previously worked as Community Connector at Katikati Community Centre and is the co-founder and manager of Awhina House,...

Good Bitches show kindness to others

All around Tauranga, a bunch of women - and a few men - are busy in their kitchens baking cakes and slices they’ll never get to eat.It’s World Kindness Day on November 13, and many Good Bitches around the country are dropping off their goodies to women’s refuges,...

Alzheimers Tauranga urgently needs volunteers

Alzheimer’s Tauranga is urgently looking for volunteers to help support families affected by dementia.The organisation provides a range of services to more than 600 families across the Western Bay of Plenty each year, a figure which is consistently growing. A number...

Volunteer manager wears many hats

Katikati volunteer manager Lesley Ruf wears many hats - and she’s desperate for more volunteers to manage. Next week it’s International Volunteer Managers’ Day on November 5, and all over the Bay of Plenty, managers are being celebrated for the work they do for no...

Talented youngsters off to represent their region

This week 180 talented youngsters from four primary and intermediate schools are packing their new costumes and travel uniforms to compete in the national schools kapa haka contest in Nelson. The children, aged between seven and 11, are from Matapihi and Maungatapu...