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TCV Weekly News: 29th October 2020
 
Kia ora koutou

Morning All!
 A busy week again for me.
Exciting News - we have moved into an Office in the Stroke Tairawhiti Hub's new premises located at 340 Palmerston Road.  We are so thankful to be joining this hub along with other organisations. We would love for you to come and check it out.

Let me know if you would like to, just email me on
contact@tcvhub.co.nz
A reminder of our
AGM and Presentation of the Nan Evans Award
9th November 2020, 12.30-1.30pm at Taiki E! In Treble Court
Please RSVP to Alice by the 5th November for catering purposes

If you would like to join our awesome Committee
- contact Alice for a nomination form

Nan Evans Award 2020

Nominations have now CLOSED
Thank you to those of you that submitted a nomination this year

We look forward to presenting the Award at our AGM on the 9th November 2020




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Facebook Fundraising
 

Date: 19 Nov, 2020

Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm NZDT

Cost: $50 ex GST

Are you like many NFPs who have only one or two sources of funding, or only have two or three people really involved in raising money? Worried about how to be sustainable? With this webinar you can learn how to leverage support from donors and increase fundraising.

 

You’ll come away from this session with a better understanding of why people give and better ways to attract, engage and convert new donors and supporters. You’ll also learn about the need-to-know details of Facebook Fundraisers.

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Date: 09 Dec, 2020

Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm NZDT

Cost: $50 ex GST

Creating content for social media is difficult for some and easy for others. If you know you need to find your content rhythm, join us for this practical webinar where we'll teach you all the tricks to quickly and easily come up with a swag of suitable content including copy & imagery, week in and week out for 2021.

 

We'll equip you with a content calendar template, we'll introduce you to our incredibly powerful 30/30/30/10 rule, we'll help you work out what frequency you should be posting on social media and how to identify the best possible days and times to schedule your content, and we'll also show you how to identify which content you have already posted has performed best, which will help with your future content planning.

 

The end outcome will be that you will have access to a content calendar, inspiration and tools so you can plan ahead, batch your work, avoid multitasking, and still be creative with your content, even when you're not in the mood.

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Dates: 09 Nov, 2020

Times: 11:30am - 6:30pm NZDT

Cost: FREE for NFPs

If you work in the Not for Profit, cause-based space or Social Enterprise, this is an event not to be missed.

 

Hancock Creative is bringing the award-winning Change the World Digital Marketing Summit back! A full-day FREE educational seminar on Digital Marketing and getting your Social Media to make an impact. And it is open to all of Australia and New Zealand!

 

Change The World is not your average corporate, stuffy, navy blue-tinted training. It’s uplifting, highly motivating and totally applicable to marketing for causes. 8 brand-new presentations to inspire you and show you how get you moving!

 

What to expect:

  • Tactical, practical and totally applicable lessons specifically tailored for your space in this challenging time
  • World expert speakers
  • A chance to hear from and be inspired by others working in our space

 

What NOT to expect:

  • Strategies for huge companies with big budgets and big teams
  • Time consuming tactics that you’ll need big bucks to implement
  • Anything stuffy, corporate or boring!

 

The event is FREE but registration is essential. Click below to reserve your spot today.

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Learning Outcomes

Introductory knowledge of the information sharing provisions, how it works in practice and how to respond.

  • Increased capability in NGOs to use the information sharing provisions that promote good information sharing practice that enhances positive outcomes for tamariki and whānau
  • Understanding of the Oranga Tamariki Act 1989 legislation and awareness of the information sharing guidance for the sector
  • Understanding of responsibilities for and application of good information sharing provisions within their organisation
  • Increased collaboration and introducing the idea of regional communities of practice

By the end of this seminar participants will be able to:

  • Locate the appropriate provisions to share information in the Oranga Tamariki Act 1989, the Privacy Act 2018 and the Family Violence Act 2018
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the legislation and the ambiguity that will be evident in putting it in practice
  • Describe the principles of the Privacy Act and in DPUP and how they relate to working with others when sharing information
  • Identify what information needs to be shared, with whom and in what situations
  • Explain how they respond to different information requests as illustrated during group activities, case scenarios and evaluation exercises
  • Explain who they can request information from and under what circumstances
  • Describe their obligation to consult with tamariki where appropriate and practicable and assess the implications of that in decision-making
  • Identify good information sharing practice and organisational system changes required

Registrations are now open – check your region and the date for your local workshop.  
 

Gisborne - Friday November 6th - HB Williams Memorial Library

 
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Register here


Werry Workforce Whāraurau invite you to our 
Foundations in Infant and Child Mental Health Forum Gisborne, Tuesday 17 November 2020, 9:00am - 4:00pm

Werry Workforce Whāraurau and Tairāwhiti District Health Board are pleased to host the Foundations in Infant and Child Mental Health Forum in Gisborne on Tuesday 17 November 2020.

The content is based on the online Foundations in ICAMH training package which is designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of the ICAMH, NGO and Primary workforce. The online learning is free and accessible at https://werryworkforce.org/elearning

This day will include core concepts in infant and child mental health including:
  • attachment
  • emotional and cognitive development
  • common developmental difficulties in childhood
Presenters are:
  • Vas Ajello, Professional Teaching Fellow, University of Auckland
  • Wendy Tyghe, Psychologist, Tairāwhiti District Health Board
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