Your organisation may be planning a charity event, wanting to let people know about an exercise class in your community, or searching for volunteers.
Contact us by emailing OSC@msd.govt.nz
Remember to include Community Page in the headline and let us know well in advance the dates the event is happening.
It would help to add a photo attached to the email, and provide details you think people would like to know.
National and Community Services and Events
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
If you are deaf or you are severely hearing impaired, there are free hearing dogs who may be able to help.
Like guide dogs, hearing dogs can alert owners to fire alarms, text messages, door bells, and oven timers.
The dogs are wonderful companions and help improve social interaction and confidence, as well as providing security and independence.
You can get in contact with the Hearing Dogs NZ charity and they will be able to help you.Hearing Dogs for Deaf People - making a connection
It's a non-profit organisation.
Its free service provides emotional and practical support, information, financial assistance, referral to other support services and advocacy for the rights of victims.
This support helps victims find strength, hope and safety in the face of grief and trauma.
You can contact Victim Support at www.victimsupport.org.nz
Communicare is a not-for-profit organisation providing recreation, support, and advocacy for Auckland’s seniors, the lonely, and those with disablities.
Intended to meet the challenges of social isolation and of ageing, they run 21 membership based friendship centres across Auckland.
If you would like companionship, friendship, and support in a caring atmosphere, you can contact Communicare on (09) 631-5968 or at Communicare
Celebrate Me have compiled comprehensive information on funeral services, products, and grief support services available throughout New Zealand.
It is a directory and website that assists with funeral service providers and celebrants, burial options, remembrance gifts, articles and resources, and grief and support services
To use the directory, please visit: http://www.celebrateme.co.nz/
City Gallery Wellington
Seniors can enjoy $8 concession entry to the Cindy Sherman exhibition. General Admission is $12.
This is the largest ever Cindy Sherman exhibition to come to NZ and City Gallery is the only venue hosting it.
On until 19 March 2017.
Read more about the exhibition here: Cindy Sherman Exhibition