Aotearoa

Community-Led Funding Wānanga – Eastern Bay of Plenty – 27th October 2023

Te Here Tāngata – This Way of Life Hui E! Community Aotearoa has teamed up with ‘The 35 Collective’ a roopu of grassroots Māori community organisations in the Eastern Bay of Plenty rohe to shine the spotlight on their mahi in the community. The 35 Collective has named this taonga…...

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The Power of a Unified Global Funding Application: Why Hui E! has changed

Hui E! has decided to shake things up and change the script ourselves. We're introducing a unified global funding application....

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Hui E! is seeking new board members

i E! is seeking two new Tangata Tiriti to join our Board. This is an opportunity to be on the governance group of an awesome organisation and make a positive contribution to the Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector....

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Update: Accelerating the SDG progress through an SDG Alliance

Hui E! Community Aotearoa is committed to facilitating joint work across sectors, generations and populations to scope the viability of an SDG Alliance for Aotearoa. This follows on from our 2019 People’s Report on the 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) – which was a cross-sector effort. The report…...

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Funding model for community organisations is broken

From Pou Kaiārahi (General Manager) Rochelle Stewart-Allen Budget 2021 was big on wellbeing for the people that need it most. As an advocate for community organisations that support those people, I’m pleased to see this commitment. But there’s much work to be done. Non-profits and community organisations, including iwi rūnanga…...

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Small organisations hit hardest by COVID-19, survey shows

Small community organisations have been hit hard by COVID-19 and need more support from government and other funders, says sector peak body Hui E! Community Aotearoa. A survey of 1400 tangata whenua, community and voluntary organisations in May-June 2020 found that many faced slashed funding at the same time as…...

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US interns get to know Aotearoa community sector via Zoom

Hui E! Community Aotearoa has had the valuable support of two American interns over the last few months, who did it all from their dorm rooms in New York State.   Jeffrey Wan and Olivia Parisi, both 21 and students at Hobart and William Smith Colleges have been working with Hui…...

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Update 4: Recovery and Long-term Sustainability for the Community Sector

by Rochelle Stewart-Allen Community leaders met again for a fourth time to explore building recovery and long-term sustainability for the tangata whenua, community and voluntary sector in Aotearoa New Zealand. Read about our last korero on 10 February 2021 here Read about our korero on 5 February 2021 here Read…...

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Hui E! Summer Series | He Raupapatanga o Te Raumati

Hui E! Community Aotearoa held a series of four topical webinars designed specifically for the tangata whenua, community and voluntary sector in March 2021. 1. TIER 3 AND 4 CHARITY REPORTING – IS IT WORKING? Each year registered charities prepare their performance report as the year ends. Five years ago,…...

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Update 3: Recovery and Long-term Sustainability for the Community Sector

by Rochelle Stewart-Allen This week, community leaders met again to continue exploring how to build recovery and long-term sustainability for the tangata whenua, community and voluntary sector in Aotearoa New Zealand. Read about our last korero on 5 February 2021 here Read about our korero on 10 August 2020 here…...

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