We’d like to invite you to our upcoming fundraiser, a Quiz Night of the Feminist variety!
On MUFFIN Talk this week Beate talks with Sr Mary Foy. Sr Mary has been very involved in housing issues – particularly in the area of affordable healthy housing as a basic right for everyone and the well-being of young people and their extended families. Sr Mary was a founding member of Monte Cecilia Housing […]
In this webinar: Moya Sayer-Jones explains how to present your stories in a way that inspires and engages others in order to promote your work, meet reporting requirements, and share your learnings She will show how groups can create and use their stories to provide outcomes narratives for funders and other stakeholders. Moya will be joined by leaders of community organisations who will share their […]
The Community Law Manual 2016-17 is a trail-blazing resource that helps Kiwis (and their advocates) help themselves.
The Equality Network are continuing to work on a set of key messages relating to inequality that will form the basis of their communication over the coming year.
In today’s ever evolving business environment, NFPs on both sides of the Tasman are intrinsically striving to develop and maintain professional standards in how they manage, operate and govern their enterprises.
After a very inspiring webinar with Community research here are some more resources to support with evaluation of your projects. This site helps the people who make Aotearoa New Zealand a better place – especially smaller community groups who can struggle to show the value of their work. It aims to help people gather robust […]
The council is proposing to partner with a third-party social housing provider to form a new Community Housing Provider (CHP)- take part in the consultation.
For the last 6 years the NZCCSS Vulnerability Report has tracked the experiences of the families affected by the impacts of the Global Financial Crisis and the organisations that work alongside them. The report shows that, apart from a short period in the 3 years immediately post the Global Financial Crisis, funding for social services […]