Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Community Organisation

Neighbourhood Support New Zealand
180 Molesworth Street
Thorndon
Wellington 6011
5 days ago

We all know someone who needs to do this! 😅🍂

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Send them this post or give them a reminder call / text. A little bit of prevention goes a long way to avoiding larger issues later on.

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12 days ago

Get Involved – June 1st to 30th 🤝

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This month we’re rolling up our sleeves, putting up our hands, and saying ‘YES’ to giving our time and skills to projects that make Aotearoa a better place to live.

As a mostly volunteer-led organisation, our members know first hand the value and impact that a single volunteer can make in … View more
This month we’re rolling up our sleeves, putting up our hands, and saying ‘YES’ to giving our time and skills to projects that make Aotearoa a better place to live.

As a mostly volunteer-led organisation, our members know first hand the value and impact that a single volunteer can make in our communities. Imagine then how much can be achieved when several volunteers or even an entire street or neighbourhood decide to work together to achieve the same goal!

Whether you plan to coordinate your own volunteer driven activity, take part in one that’s already been setup, participate in National Volunteer Week (20-26 June), or simply show your own volunteers some extra love this month, know that every bit of effort to give back is a priceless investment in all of our futures.

Want to share your thoughts? Let us know how you’re getting involved this month by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us your photos, videos, or experiences to:

info@neighbourhoodsupport.co.nz

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13 days ago

The MetService RED WARNING for HEAVY RAIN for Canterbury is still in place. Officials are urging people to stay home and keep off the roads amid heavy flooding.

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Floods and flash floods can happen quickly. If you see rising water do not wait for official warnings. Head for higher ground and stay away from floodwater.

DO NOT TRAVEL IN FLOODED AREAS unless absolutely necessary. Never try to walk, swim or drive through flood water. Many flood fatalities are … View more
Floods and flash floods can happen quickly. If you see rising water do not wait for official warnings. Head for higher ground and stay away from floodwater.

DO NOT TRAVEL IN FLOODED AREAS unless absolutely necessary. Never try to walk, swim or drive through flood water. Many flood fatalities are caused by people attempting to drive through water.

If water enters your home, turn off the electricity to avoid short-circuits sparking a fire.

Check on your neighbours and help anyone who might need assistance if it is safe to do so.

If someone’s life, health or property is in danger, call 111.

For the latest official advice + updates, visit:

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30 days ago

📣 CALLING ALL COUNTIES MANUKAU SUPPORTERS! 📣

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Otara Neighbourhood Support + Otara Health Charitable Trust are looking for winter warmers to support the many families that find themselves without adequate heating over winter. The households they work with have some of the coldest homes which leads to high rates of sickness. Blankets are one of … View moreOtara Neighbourhood Support + Otara Health Charitable Trust are looking for winter warmers to support the many families that find themselves without adequate heating over winter. The households they work with have some of the coldest homes which leads to high rates of sickness. Blankets are one of the most useful and needed items during this time.

Please get in touch if you have any warm and clean preloved blankets to pay it forward to those in need in Otara and Counties wide.

Donations can be made to Michelle Simiona: 022 103 1887 or by messaging through their Facebook page at the link provided.

Tēnā rawa atu koe, thanks for your support!

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