MCW initiated collaborative partnership with the Tapu Te Ranga Marae (in Island Bay) in order to raise the awareness among ethnic communities of the needs, aspirations and status of Maori. MCW is committed to a Treaty-based multiculturalism for New Zealand. Visit: www.taputeranga.maori.nz... Keep Reading
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I am delighted to advise you that our 2016 funding application to Nikau Foundation for Social Enterprise Development Programme (as a pilot if successful to be extended to other RMCs) has been successful. The grant of $5,000 has been made available through the Richard and Doreen Evans Charitable Trust and is to be used for developing a plan... Keep Reading
In the face of a housing crisis, immigration concerns and the plight of refugees, Kiwis feel it is time to celebrate the immensely positive role migrant communities play in making New Zealand a wonderful place to live. Keep Reading
Please join us this Labour Weekend to celebrate New Zealand’s cultural and ethnic diversity and the contribution to our communities made by migrants, new comers and refugees, by hosting a most Neighbourly Morning Tea.The Neighbourly Morning TeaLabour Weekend 22-24 Oct 2016Register NOW for your Neighbourly Morning Teahttp://multicultural... Keep Reading
An English barn owl keeps a watchful eye over the Forest & Bird office in Wellington. A lifeless mouse is clutched in its equally lifeless talons. It is not quite clear why it was bequeathed to the conservation charity but, given it came with close to $1 million in shares, nobody is about to complain. Forest & Bird, along with other charities... Keep Reading
INCLUDE A CHARITY WEEK begins on Monday 5th September, in order to raise awareness about the ease and importance of leaving bequests (gifts in wills) to charity. “It’s a growing phenomenon. Kiwis are leaving gifts, big and small, serious and quirky, in their wills to charity to help make the world a better place.” Says FINZ CEO, Sheridan... Keep Reading