BACS facilitates the sharing of skills, knowledge, resources and wisdom between community organisations and businesses to tackle issues in New Zealand society to better enable communities to thrive. It runs the annual annual BACS Good Business Egg Awards - 2018 winners included Auckland Airport (Education & Training) and SKYCITY (Community Empowerment).
This section of the Community Planning Toolkit (produced by Community Places), provides guidance on the issues to consider when planning and designing community engagement. It focuses on quality and effectiveness, process planning and designing engagement tailored to the particular issue, level of participation to be achieved, timeframe and range of stakeholders affected.
Check out the Department of Conservation website for conservation events in your region.
Conservation Week 14-22 September 2019 - help celebrate the Department of Conservation's 50th Conservation Week. Conservation Week is a nationwide celebration of Kiwis pitching in to help our native plants and animals.
You can join in by going to a conservation event, doing an activity, or donating to a conservation programme.
Helping Kiwis understand the diversity opportunity – and the way it can shape an organisational culture for the better.
Practical information from Immigration New Zealand about how to employ migrants, the visa options, and how to help them settle in when they get here.
Join in DOC conservation volunteering, training, teaching, events and projects, have your say on issues, and apply for permits and funding.
Practical information on the Health & Safety at Work Act and what it means for you. Includes case studies, tools and resources.
An organisation that accelerates community-led change. Using its experience and expertise to mentor, broker, train and connect communities to become even better places to live, work and invest in.
Kaibosh collects quality surplus food from businesses and provides it to community groups supporting those in need in Wellington and the Hutt Valley. Since 2008 they have rescued more than 1 million kgs of food, provided more than 3 million meals and reduced carbon emissions by more than 800,000 kgs. Businesses and individuals can also donate money to Kaibosh, and volunteer time to help rescue food.
KiwiHarvest collects quality surplus fresh food from markets, supermarkets, wholesalers, farmers, and prepared meals from cafes, corporate events and caterers then deliver it to those who need it most. 100% of the food rescued is delivered, free of charge, to New Zealand’s charities and shared with people in need. Since 2012, around 2 million kg of food has been saved, more than 6 million meals delivered and carbon emissions reduced by more than 7 million. There are opportunities to volunteer time, and donate products, services and expertise.
Whether you operate a tourism business or you want to further your career in the tourism industry, discover the way to fantastic visitor experience, great reviews and even more visitors with ServiceIQ's on-job training programmes. On-job training programmes can be free of charge if you upskill one of your team to be your workplace assessor.
A Human Rights Commission initiative. Register for programmes and projects that contributes to a diverse, equal, harmonious and Treaty-based Aotearoa New Zealand.
Registered projects include:
Volunteering New Zealand benefits communities by promoting, supporting, and representing volunteering in Aotearoa New Zealand. Find out different ways you and your team can volunteer.
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