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The New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO is calling for Expressions of Interest by 30 June for its contestable funding round, seeking projects, events, programmes or initiatives that reflect its mission. read more »

If you need to reflect on your work, demonstrate its effectiveness and keep improving your practice, this site is for you. read more »

About the new reporting standards and when registered charities have to prepare financial statements that comply with the new standards. read more »

Information about conflicts of interest and how to manage them, including an example conflict of interest policy. read more »

Information and resources including project planning tools for social change projects. The Social Change Toolkit was developed by the Think Differently Campaign, run by the Ministry of Social Development's Family and Community Services in partnership with the Office for Disability Issues. read more »

ImproveIT has been created to help community organisations come to grips with information and communication technology. read more »

Charities Services has developed a statement of the qualities that it considers contribute to making a charity efficient and effective, and best able to achieve its purposes. read more »

How to use the content editor in the CMS. A guide for registered contributors. read more »

How to add or edit the information about your organisation in the CMS. A guide for registered contributors. read more »

How to access and navigate the Content Management System. A guide for registered contributors. read more »

Operating since September 1988, Volunteering Canterbury supports informal and formal volunteering. read more »

Hui E! Community Aotearoa is an organisation focused on the needs of the broad Tangata Whenua, community and voluntary sector in New Zealand. read more »