Volunteering New Plymouth 2022 Newsletters

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Volly Vibes Autumn 2022

 

Age Concern

Whats On APRIL 2022

Whats On in Waitara April 2022

In Tune with Inglewood April 2022

Whats On MAY 2022

Whats On in WAITARA May 2022

In Tune with INGLEWOOD May 2022

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters Taranaki

September

 

Chalmers

November 2021

 

English Language Partners NZ Taranaki Centre

Connecting Cultures magazine

Summer 2020

 

Family Works

FW December 21

 

Hearing Dogs

Listen Up Issue 52 Summer 2021

 

New Plymouth Injury Safe : In this edition we have included some information about the upcoming Taranaki Wellbeing expos, as well as key messages for Motorcycle Awareness Month.  We share with you an article about the importance of the parental relationship with their children regarding alcohol use. 
Finally, we profile some of the key agencies we work with as part of our recent reaccreditation of the New Plymouth Safe Community Agreement.

Alcohol use in children and how parents can make a difference

Motorcycle Awareness Month

Reaccreditation of New Plymouth District

 

ParaFed

March 2022

 

Positive Ageing

Taupaenui DECEMBER 2021

 

Rotokare Scenic Reserve Trust

Bush Telegraph May 2022

 

Social Services Providers Aotearoa

The Update - September

 

Taranaki Foundation 

Taranaki Foundation September 2021 Update

 

Taranaki Toy Library

December 2021

 

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

 

TDHB

Taranaki COVID-19 Vaccination Programme Panui - 20 October update

 

The Wheelhouse 

April 2022

 

Workbridge Taranaki

We have an exciting new Workbridge initiative called Just Say Yes which promotes disability confidence in employers and the wider community and I have highlighted the benefits of this programme.

And our Taranaki branch has a new Employment Consultant and we have a small profile on her in the newsletter.

Please reach out if we can provide any assistance or further information around our services.  We love getting out and about in the community and talking about our services – just let us know if you have any new staff that would benefit from hearing about Workbridge and we can organise a site visit (or a Teams talk).  And if you have any potential clients or referrals who you think may benefit from our services, please let us know.

MARCH 2022