TCV Weekly News: 12th March 2020

Kia ora koutou  

Wow! What a great week it has been here at TCV!
We have a jam-packed Newsletter this week full of information from our members and other relevant info, check it out.

Thank you to all of those that attended our 30-year GISCOSS/TCV Celebration on Monday was great to see a full table and many apologies.

Thank you again to our Guest Speaker Cain Kerehoma from Taiki E for coming to speak to us about Social Enterprise and Impact Measurement. If anyone wishes to get in contact with Cain his contacts are below or pop in to see the team in the Old T & T building in Treble Court Next to BDO.

Last week on Friday Tairawhiti Community Voice attended Nati Fest 2020, Held at the Nati Nati Cafe in Ruatorea it was a rainy day but still well attended and was some great networking for our network. Just a reminder we do attend events and take our members pamphlets and information with us. So if you have any info that could be good for us to have on hand you can drop it off to Gisborne Budget MoniOra, 48 Cobden Street (Say its for TCV) or bring it along to our network meeting.

Check out the video I made about our day at Nati Fest here:

Our next meeting is the 20th April 2020 in the Council Chambers 12.30pm. Please note this meeting is later than usual due to Easter.

Ngā mihi nui
Alice Kibble (Coordinator)

30-Year Celebration Pictures

Thank you for Celebrating with us! We look forward to the future ahead!
Learn more on our websites new pages.

This week is Citizen's Advice Bureau Awareness Week




Employer and not-for-profit webinars

The final webinar for employers and not-for-profit organisations will take place on 18 March 2020 from 2:30pm – 3:30pm.

It's the last session in this series and focuses on helping you prepare for upcoming changes.

The session will cover what's changing for employers, myIR, payments income equalisation, student loans,KiwiSaver.

We'll also share details around shut down dates and where you can get support.

Thank you to those who participated in previous sessions.

We have published the questions and answers from recent webinars on our website, as well as copies of webinar presentations completed to date.

Register, or watch previous webinars on demand



Student Volunteer Week is coming up!

Student Volunteer Week 2020 runs from 30 March till 5 April. Celebrating #SVW2020 is an opportunity to acknowledge the impact that student volunteers make through volunteering.

During #SVW2020 students, universities, schools and organisations will be celebrating our student volunteers and connecting young people with opportunities to get involved in volunteering, social action and mahi aroha.

The theme of #SVW2020 "Collective Impact: Give.Grow.Connect” celebrates student volunteers who give a hand and make a difference in Aotearoa New Zealand. By giving to a community or cause, student volunteers grow and flourish and create change within their communities. 
Give-Takoha | Grow-Whakatipu | Connect-Tūhono

To learn more or download resources click here



Social Fundraising is Easier Than You Think with Justin Wheeler

Thu, Mar 19, 2020 5:00 AM - 6:00 AM NZDT

Yes, social fundraising IS for your nonprofit! Start at the beginning and quickly move to social fundraising strategies and peer-to-peer best practices that you can implement with one hand tied behind your back. Learn which social fundraising platforms are proven successes (Facebook) and which ones are up-and-comers with unlimited donation potential (Twitch). Even a small team (or individual!) can take on social fundraising, step-by-step or all at once, and expand your nonprofit's digital reach, resulting in a larger donor base and increased donations that feed right into your nonprofit's database. So, what kind of nonprofits have social fundraising success? Nonprofits just like yours.

As a social entrepreneur, Justin helped start two successful nonprofits, both of which became multi-million dollar organizations. He brings over 10 years of experience from the nonprofit sector and was an early team member of Invisible Children, which raised over $50M in the first 8 years of operation.
Click Here to Register: 


A message from Tracy at Alzheimer's Gisborne

The Rural Support Road Show



Monday Motivation




This weeks blog post is How to analyse and record your online presence. This week we are looking at Wix Websites

Click here to read more:

Check Out TCV's Events Page For More Details And Future Events!

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