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Community Networks Franklin John Allen – executive member
CNF WEBSITE UPDATE
We are working to make our website into a network hub for Franklin Community Service organisations.
To register interest in being part of this project website hub please either:
Community Networks Franklin is holding a training workshop for those wanting a presence on the communitynetworksfranklin.nz/directory/ website. You can have your web page as a landing page (for those wanting a web page but not having the resources to create their own site) or as a referral page to your own website.
WHEN: Monday 26th August 2019 for 2 hours from 12:30pm to 2:30 pm
WHERE: St Andrews Anglican Church Hall43 Queen Street, Pukekohe
here’s some great news to share with you. Community networks Franklin are holding a Community Networks Forum so that we can explore some of the community issues facing us in Franklin, and, importantly, seek a path to solving them.
Here’s the rundown:
When: Wednesday 25th September, 10am – 2.00pm
Where: Stevenson Room, Franklin Centre, 11 Massey Avenue, Pukekohe.
What: to identify priority issues and needs in our communities and plan effective ways of addressing them.
Who: for representatives of the community, Iwi and voluntary organisations involved in social and community development
Why: to identify priority issues and needs in our communities and plan effective ways of addressing them
The Forum is for representatives of community, Iwi, and voluntary organisations in the Franklin area involved in social and community development to work together in a workshop setting to identify priority issues and needs in our communities.
The matters identified will be prioritised and small-group workshops will plan and propose ways in which they may be effectively addressed.
The style of the Forum will be to seek and record input from the participants and to use that information for proposing any “next steps” that can be attempted or achieved by the participating organisations.
Community Networks Franklin will ensure effective facilitation for the Forum and prepare a report or summary of the results and circulate that to participating organisations. The focus of the Forum will be on the participants in order to provide the opportunity to tell our stories and have our say.
Join us to participate in the Forum to share your stories and seek solutions. Lunch is provided.
We look forward to seeing you and connecting with other local organisations. Please RSVP us now…
Community Networks Franklin and ANCAD are pleased to offer this course for your organisation at the Franklin Centre, Pukekohe on 28th of May 2019.
Learn from qualified consultants who will mentor your Managers, CEOs and Governance Board/Committee members in this aspect of capability building – Governance and Management (delivered by Carol Scholes).
The sessions are intended to be short, sharp presentations that give you a taste of issues pertaining to management and governance.