The Maori Archaeology of Te Raki Paewhenua — Auckland’s North Shore
We have just produced this booklet and have a few copies for sale $11.50 (GST inc).
If you would like a copy please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone:09 486-4820. We just need your name and postal address.
Likewise, copies... read more
Auckland North Community and Development (ANCAD), in partnership with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), the School of Accountancy at Massey University, DIA, Charities Services, Foundation North, Auckland Council, and RSM is introducing Community Accounting Aotearoa (CAA)... read more
Repair Café Auckland received the Power to the People Award at the Auckland Community Zero Waste Awards. A little piece of this is for everyone who has been involved with the 18 events that have been supported across Tāmaki Makaurau over the last 18 months.
Repair Café Auckland is a Global Action... read more
On 11th June — ANCAD was awarded the Arthur Coombes Memorial Cup from the Rotary Club of Takapuna. The award was for services to the community. “ANCAD has been chosen as the 2018 recipient of the Arthur Coombes Memorial Cup in recognition of the positive contribution if has made to the local... read more
Tēnā Koutou Katoa. On 31st July 2018, the Channel View Lounge at the Mary Thomas Centre, in Takapuna was overflowing with more than 100 people interested in learning about archaeology and pre-colonial Māori history on the Devonport – Takapuna peninsula.
Nau mai, Haere mai… welcome one and all! This... read more
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
Good is something you do, not something you talk about.
Some medals are pinned to your soul, not to your... read more
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... read more
Our CEO — Yvonne Powley was one of more than 250 delegates from around the world, who 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? ... read more
In 2014 Government passed new legislation regarding lending and borrowing. Part of this legislation required the creation of the Code of Responsible Lending — the document that details how a lender knows that they’re lending responsibly. The Code has been created – New Zealand Federation of... read more
Seminars, videos and booklets
New reporting standards for charities came into effect on 1 April, and Charities Services is expecting that from now onwards, charities will progressively file Annual Returns that meet the new standards. See more details online.
Charities Services has also produced a... read more
Who are Community Networks Aotearoa?
In November this year, Community Networks Aotearoa will celebrate a special birthday. Forty years ago the NZ Council of Social Services, as it was then known, was established by the government of the day under the Department of Social Welfare Act 1971. ... read more
Auckland Council are moving toward an Empowered Communities Approach. This approach is a way of working that empowers people to play a more active role in the decisions that affect their communities.
To find out more, please refer to the draft document here.
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