Community Resource Kit
The Community Resource Kit is a guide to setting up and running community groups in New Zealand. It is for community, voluntary and iwi/Māori organisations, from small or emerging groups to more established organisations, and all the workers, volunteers and advisors working with these groups.
This latest online edition of the Community Resource Kit builds upon the Community Development Resource Kit published in 1993 by the Department of Internal Affairs and Ministry of Social Development, and the revised version produced in 2006.
Help to access the Kit online is available from community advisors at Department of Internal Affairs' regional offices and at Citizens Advice Bureaux. It can also be accessed via free Internet sites available in places such as public libraries and information centres.
We sincerely thank all those people who have contributed to the update of the Community Resource Kit as writers or reviewers.
The Department of Internal Affairs and Ministry of Social Development (the publishers) have endeavoured to ensure that the information in this Kit is correct and current at the time of publication. However, the publishers take no responsibility for any error, omission or defect which may have occurred during its production. The listing of a resource or organisation within this Kit does not imply or express any endorsement of a business or service by the publishers. Readers are reminded that the contents of this Kit do not constitute legal advice and therefore should not be relied on for that purpose.
- Organisation Size
- Organisation Stage
- Serves the following communities
- Any sector
- Based in the following regions
- Wellington City