TCV Weekly News: 27th February 2020

Kia ora koutou  

Another week has passed and I hope all is well with you. Really loving the rain this week much easier to work when it's not 35 degrees.

GISCOSS and TCV are turning 30 this March and we want to celebrate!
Please find below your invite to celebrate with us at our next network meeting.
We will be putting on a light lunch to celebrate.

For your convenience, I thought I would include the years meeting dates in advance. Please note a late meeting in April due to Easter. We have confirmed the Gisborne District Council, Council Chambers  12.30pm - 1.30pm for all these dates so will be held there unless advised otherwise.

9th March 2020- GISCOSS and TCV 30 years Celebration
20th April 2020
11th May 2020
8th June 2020

13th July 2020 - Start of the new membership year
10th August 2020
14th September 2020
12th October 2020
9th November 2020
December 14th 2020- Christmas Celebration and Shared Lunch

Ngā mihi Nui
Alice Kibble (Coordinator)


Speaker Announcement

Excited to announce that our next network meeting on March 9th we will be having a guest speaker. 

Social enterprises can be powerful vehicles for creating positive social, cultural, economic and environmental change in your community.  Facilitated by Cain Kerehoma, come and learn what social enterprise is all about and the impact it can have. Cain Kerehoma is one of the founders of Tāiki e!, Tairāwhiti's first Impact House. Cain is a former Director of Ākina Foundation, New Zealand leading social enterprise development organisation, and brings a wealth of experience across the social innovation, policy development and community development fields.

We look forward to having Cain at our March Meeting

 To learn more, check out these links


Our Member page is Live

After consultation at our last two meetings our Members page is now live. We thank you for all your constructive and positive feedback. We are proud of the current result but the page will develop over time with the possible inclusion of the Videos made this year and new members as they come on board.

Some people have found viewing the website on your phone is not the same as viewing on a desktop computer.  
We are working to resolve this issue. 

Here's what it looks like

If you click on the small icon of your logo it will take you to where on the page the information is located.
If you click on the larger logo it will take you to the relevant website for the organisation.

We also have a map located at the bottom of the page showing the location of our organisations (if public).
We decided alphabetical order was best
Please check it out and let me know if any information is missing, needs to be adjusted or removed.
Nga Mihi


A message from Alison at Women's Institute

Monday Motivation

This week we have collaborated with Barnardos Gisborne for this weeks Monday motivation quote on our Facebook page.


Hunger for Colour Campaign
On Tuesday I dropped off my personal contribution to the Hunger for Colour Campaign. You donate a can of food and you get a free testpot! All the food is being donated to our local Salvation Army this year. If you want to help out the promotion finishes 29th February. Max of 7 Testpots. But you can donate as much as you like! 😊🥫🥫🥫


This weeks blog post is How to analyse your online presence as a local organisation. In a three-part series this week we will be looking at Social Media

Check it out by clicking the link below


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

Let's Work Together

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