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Community groups providing general services

This page lists all community groups that offer services that do not fit in the age-related, health or service categories.

Community & Whanau Collective
An informal group which meets at noon on the first Wednesday of every month at the Community House, open to anyone interested in networking and being aware of community service activities in Motueka. Each person or group attending tells others of their recent news and forthcoming events.
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Vision Motueka
We are a group of Motueka residents with varied backgrounds who are working within our community and with other interested residents to identify and promote ways of making Motueka more vibrant, progressive, sustainable, healthy and resilient into the long-term future, and particularly for our children.
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Community Shares
Community Shares Motueka is a money?free way of trading skills within a community. Instead of dollars, credits known as 'Talents' or 'Hours' are used as payment. You earn credits for goods or services you provide for other members, and then use them to access other goods and services from other members.
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Adult Learning Support
Adult Learning Support (ALS) is a not for profit organisation that exists to empower the Nelson and Motueka communities through Literacy, Language and Numeracy (LLN) tuition. Any member of the community who needs help with reading, writing, spelling, maths, study skills, unit standards, Correspondence School or even the Road Code can use our services.
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Whenua Iti Outdoors
Situated at Lower Moutere (approximately 10 minutes drive from Motueka), we offer training options including 10 - 12 week courses for youth and adults. Based in the outdoors our courses lead to increased confidence, fitness and support to move into employment or further training.
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Abel Tasman Educational Trust (ATET)
We administer a range of courses covering driving and industry associated skills, Art and Design, Tourism and Customer Services, work based training and conservation. We have a strong social support philosophy and encourage our students to prepare themselves for working life by offering real life working experiences.
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SVS - Living Safe
SVS - Living Safe (previously Get Safe Motueka) has been working in the area of delivering education, support and counselling to individuals and groups that ultimately benefit children and the wider family/whanau in Motueka, Mapua, Tapawera and the surrounding district since 1992.
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Motueka SPCA
The Motueka Branch of the Society for the Prevention of the Cruelty to Animals. Its mission is to give sanctuary to animals in distress, re-home suitable animals wherever possible and promote responsible pet ownership. Enquiries on pet adoption, re-homing etc are welcome.
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Motueka and Districts Historical Association
We aim to preserve and make available historic records relating to the Motueka area. A large collection of material is held in the Crozier Research Room at the Motueka Museum and is constantly being added to. We hold monthly meetings at which we have a variety of speakers on topics of local interest.
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Motueka Arts Council
Works to advance the knowledge in and appreciation of the Arts (including crafts and hobbies) through community based educational activities such as workshops and symposia in a wide variety of subjects, and to foster interest and participation in the Arts by sponsoring performances/exhibitions, most especially by local people.
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Strengthening Families
A whole-of-government initiative administered by Family and Community Services. It brings together all the agencies you and your family are working with. Everyone meets together to develop a plan to address all your concerns, instead of you dealing with different agencies separately.
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Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Trust aims to teach people the skills needed to be emotionally and physically safe with others and with themselves. This includes skills such as setting boundaries for better relationships, safety plans to prepare for the unexpected, speaking up for oneself and for others, and self protection to prevent trouble.
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