A handbook written for Churches in New Zealand which outlines key legal issues to be aware of ranging from set…
Information about tools and useful links to help you, your staff and volunteers continue to work together effectively from different…
Hui E! Community Aotearoa is an organisation focused on the needs of the broad Tangata Whenua, community and voluntary sector…
An article about collective impact from Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Tamarack is a learning community of members, from diverse sectors, who share a common interest in collaborative leadership, community engagement…
National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) is based in the UK.
The Wheelhouse is a single point of contact for Taranaki community organisations.
Charities in NZ must retain their independence from political parties and candidates.
This tool offers a quick and structured way to get input and insight from peers into a current challenge you…
Video conferencing that is available for free to NZ-based organisations with no download required and no timeouts for non-paying users.
The Human Rights Commission has gathered some guidance that will give you the tools and confidence to help eliminate racism.
This resource, developed by Community Law, contains a practical legal toolkit designed to support organisations working in the community sector.
Business Sorter have created a range of resources to support organisational planning. . .
Business Sorter is a digital business planning tool that aims to simplify the entire planning and implementation process. .
Health-related webinar resource from the NGO Council.
Relationships - a webinar resource from the NGO Council -Collaboration, partnerships & working effectively with others.
SEEDS talks with inspiring people making a positive impact with their lives.
A list of all the contents in the Community Resource Kit divided into topics.
Information about governance and its critical role to ensure that your organisation's governing body works well and that there…
One of the Ministry of Social Development's roles is to help families and whānau within communities.