Auckland Community Accounting Project

Community Accounting had its beginnings in Dunedin with Otago University. The concept was then introduced to Massey University by Professor Fawzi Laswad, head of the Accountancy School, in partnership with the Palmerston North Community Service Council. A project coordinator was appointed to manage... Staff 3 October, 2017 - 09:25

Submission to the Devonport Takapuna Draft Local Board Plan

  Auckland North Community and Development (ANCAD) works across five Local Board areas, including Devonport Takapuna, Kaipatiki, Hibiscus and Bays, Upper Harbour, and Rodney. We also work at a regional level both in the area of community development on a number of projects as well as the provision... Staff 28 June, 2017 - 15:39

Takapuna Community Hub - Kotahitanga

Takapuna Community Hub — Kotahitanga is a step towards realising the vision, “Thriving children and whanau in healthy safe relationships.” The spirit of the Hub is that of collaboration and collective initiative. The people and organisations involved in the Hub are working together to deliver... Staff 15 May, 2017 - 11:53

Humans of Auckland North

Each week we will upload a story about a community leader from Auckland’s North Shore in this series entitled “Humans of Auckland North”.
These stories are taken from the book published by ANCAD in 2016 entitled “My Story, Your Story — Together Builds Community.” To purchase a copy of the... Staff 10 May, 2017 - 15:53

The Funding Landscape

At our most recent Bi-monthly Network Meeting we invited speakers from a few major funding organisations to speak about the current funding landscape and where they as a funding body fit into it. The meeting was well attended, with many people requesting copies of the PowerPoint presentations made... Staff 15 March, 2017 - 15:15

Making a difference matters

An Employment Primer for Generation Z
  “Ralph Penning talks about his working life and philosophy and
reflects on the state of the Third Sector in Aotearoa New
Zealand” Good is something you do, not something you talk about.
Some medals are pinned to your soul, not to your... Staff 22 February, 2017 - 09:52

FIVE GOOD IDEAS: Professional Development

Here is a list of upcoming professional development courses for 2018. Click on the workshop heading, this will direct you to a page with more information about the seminar or workshop, and where you can register and pay online.
Smartphone DIY video workshop — 1st May
Kickstart your... Staff 19 January, 2017 - 11:24

Book Review

WEDNESDAY, 18 JANUARY 2017 Yvonne Powley, Ruth Greenaway, Megan Hutching and Richard Howard. (2016) My Story Your Story Together Builds Communities; Ko aku korero ko au koero Ka whakamana te kotahitanga o te hapori: Auckland’s North Shore... Staff 18 January, 2017 - 14:57

Shore to Thrive

Shore to Thrive is a partnership project between Auckland North Community and Development, the Takapuna Methodist Church, the North Shore Family Violence Prevention Network and Lifewise. The work comes out of the Let the Children Live Research project that was conducted in 2015 and asked the... Staff 18 October, 2016 - 10:02

My Story, Your Story - Together Builds Communities

My Story, Your Story — Together Builds Communities Capturing the legacy of Auckland’s North Shore, this book documents an inspiring collection of stories and photographs of fifty four community workers and leaders. Some are well known, others less so, but all have made a real difference to... Staff 20 June, 2016 - 15:20

Collective Impact

I was one of more than 250 delegates from around the world, attended the 2015 Collective Impact Summit in Vancouver.  I came to the CIS 2015 with three primary questions: Does Collective Impact offer a viable model for building and sustaining large scale social change?  Does Collective Impact... Staff 3 November, 2015 - 12:59

UPDATED - Submission on More Effective Social Services

15 May 2015 Submission on More Effective Social Services – NZ Productivity Commission Issues Paper May 2015 Auckland North Community & Development ANCAD (previously NSCSS) works across five Local Board areas, including Devonport Takapuna, Kaipatiki, Hibiscus and Bays, Upper Harbour, and Rodney... Staff 3 June, 2015 - 15:16