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CommunityNet Aotearoa (website)
This site is a 'one-stop-shop' for community information, including a Community Noticeboard with news, events, job adverts, new publications and other resources:
  • guides to help people set-up and run community groups
  • links to other community-focused information
  • guide to getting online and creating a website.
You can:
  • submit events
  • post job vacancies
  • post news and resources using online forms
  • tell us what you would like to see on the website.

A free monthly email newsletter, CommunityNet Aotearoa Panui keeps people up-to-date with developments on the website, as well as news and views for people interested in community networking throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.

CommunityNet Aotearoa TOP 20 - the top 20 Community websites
To see all 20 sites, go to:{6177A156-1C11-4B6E-8C0A-C69BFA1569EE}

Community Development Resource Kit (Online Resource)
Information includes:
  • Community Development Practice
  • Setting up a Community Group
  • Planning and Managing
  • Employment Matters
  • Running Meetings
  • Financial Management
  • Funding
  • Keeping Good Records
  • Political Processes in Submissions
  • Legislation

Community Organisation Grants Scheme (COGS) Online
If your community organisation provides essential social services to disadvantaged people then COGS may be able to help.

COGS can fund:
  • salaries and expenses of social service workers
  • volunteer expenses
  • project development costs
  • some running costs.

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Last updated: 13/05/2005