You are invited to attend ANCAD’s next Bi-monthly network meeting which will be held on Wednesday 19 May in the Channel View Lounge at the Mary Thomas Centre at 3 Gibbons Road, Takapuna.
Time: 12.00pm to 2.00pm.
Come and meet ANCAD’s new manager, Fiona Brennan.
There will be an opportunity to... read more
You are invited to save the date and register now…….
Devonport Takapuna Community Resilience Planning Hui
Date: 21 April 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Topic: Community resilience planning
Where: Channel View Lounge, Mary Thomas Centre, Takapuna
Hosted: ANCAD in partnership with Denise Bijoux, Catalyse
Guest... read more
Posted February 18, 2021
Manager — Auckland North Community and Development Inc.
NEW NOTE: Applications for this role will close at 4.00pm on Friday 5th march, 2021.
This is an exciting opportunity to lead a respected well known lead organisation in the community sector based... read more
ANCAD wishes you all the best for 2021.
We are now back in the office.
Our professional training programme — Five Good Ideas — will begin in March. We will advertise the year’s programme via our Weekly e-News.
The annual Funding Directory will be available in February and will be... read more
We are keen to assist in exploring community-led opportunities and solutions in our recovery from COVID-19. At best, a 3.5% rate rise means reduced support to vulnerable groups and communities already. At worst, a lesser 2.5% rate rise is likely to generate permanent closures of some community... read more
COGS public meetings are an opportunity for community groups to meet the new COGS Local Distribution Committee (LDC) members, discuss local needs and priorities for funding for the 2020/21 financial year.
The priorities for the last funding round (2019/20 financial year) for each LDC are on... read more
There are currently outbreaks overseas of a new disease called COVID-19 (also known as novel coronavirus). The Ministry of Health is closely monitoring the situation and following guidance from the World Health Organization. While the likelihood of an imported case in New Zealand is high, the... read more