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Volly Vibes Spring 2022

Volunteers Volly Vibes Spring 2022

 

Age Concern

Whats On in December 2022

In Tune with Inglewood December

Whats On in Waitara December 

 

Hearing Dogs NZ

Listen Up #54

 

ParaFed

October 2022

 

Rotokare Scenic Reserve Trust

Key focus for this month will be vegetation control along the inside of the East fence. This will involve using the power trimmers and pruning loppers to trim back encroaching tree growth to ensure its kept clear of the ridge walkway and the fence.

Our other main focus is a clean up of the public information shelter and toilets.

If anyone is looking for something to do over the holidays please give us a call. We can always do with more helpers over this period to assist with the regular weekly tasks such as fence and trap checks.

There will be tracking card run over the holiday period as well, so lots of support for that would be appreciated. It is planned for the cards to go out on Wednesday 21st December. Then be changed on Wednesday 28th and with final collection on Wednesday January 4th.

It would be great to have maximum assistance on these days to get this task completed efficiently.

If you would like to help please call the office or myself for more information.

Thanks for your ongoing support!

Looking forward to seeing you at the lake.

Cheers

Ross 

Volunteer Bulletin December 2022

Greetings from Rotokare Scenic Reserve Trust!

Welcome to the November 2022 edition of our Bush Telegraph newsletter. 

This edition includes:

We invite you to take a trip out to the reserve soon. 

Also our 2023 Rotokare Calendar is now available! A perfect Christmas present for friends and family. All proceeds directly support ecological restoration at Rotokare Scenic Reserve. 

Bush Telegraph November 2022

 

Taranaki Womens Refuge

Kia Ora,

Please click below to view our latest Newsletter.                                                        

How is it May already?! Our social workers have been very busy in North and South Taranaki in the early part of this year supporting our clients in a variety of ways. As we are all finding, housing continues to be a major issue and is a very real barrier for our women and their children.

Covid arriving on our door step has meant the juggle continues. Throughout every season, Taranaki Women’s Refuge has maintained it’s services 24/7 to women who need our support. Our commitment to a violence-free society for women and children in Taranaki, has meant that we have learned to work in new ways, drawing on that resourcefulness we are known for. As long as we are here, we will continue to be source of information, advocacy and support for women who are facing Domestic Violence.

This edition contains part one of the final installment of Taranaki Women’s Refuge ‘Herstory’ and an important update about our fundraising events for 2022.

Nga mihi

The team at Taranaki Women’s Refuge

             

TWR Autumn 2022

 

The Wheelhouse 

November 2022