Articles

Kāpiti Volunteer Story Competition for National Volunteer Week

9 May 2022 | Articles

Enter our Story Competition for National Volunteer Week here Do you know a great volunteer or a team of volunteers, that you would like to recognise?...

Student Volunteer Ideas

25 March 2022 | Articles

As part of Student Volunteer Week 2022, we have put together some volunteering ideas for Kāpiti Students. The Student Volunteer Week theme for 2022 is...

Community Governance Mentor Programme

25 March 2022 | Articles

The Community Governance Mentor Programme is all go for 2022! Check out our feature in the New Zealand Herald here We still have some spaces left for...

Te Rau Aroha

16 September 2021 | Articles

For Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week, we wanted to share our learnings around the name on our logo ‘Te Rau Aroha’. Te Rau Aroha has layer...

Liz

21 July 2021 | Volunteer Stories

For Liz volunteering played a positive role in her recovery process. She sustained a long-term head injury after a fall and her occupational therapist...

SeniorNet Kāpiti Volunteers

25 June 2021 | Volunteer Stories

SeniorNet Kāpiti (SNK) was established in 1997 to service the Kāpiti Coast as part of a nationwide programme to assist older New Zealanders to keep up...

Widowed, Separated and Divorced Kāpiti Group Facilitators

25 June 2021 | Volunteer Stories

Twice, every year for the last 16 years, various WSD (Widowed, Separated and Divorced) Kāpiti Group volunteers have heeded the call to come together f...

Challenge for Change Mentors and Volunteers

25 June 2021 | Volunteer Stories

Challenge for Change Kāpiti recruits volunteer mentors each year to support young people aged 9 to 12 through our 12 month programme. The mentor role...

Coast Access Radio

25 June 2021 | Volunteer Stories

At Coast Access Radio104.7FM, we rely on volunteers to keep the radio station going! We have 2.5 paid staff that keep things chugging along, and sound...

Birthright Kāpiti Op Shop Team

24 June 2021 | Volunteer Stories

Our volunteers at Birthright Kapiti don’t get paid. Not because they are worthless but because they are priceless. You might think that when writing...