Community Networks Franklin

Previously known as FranCOSS (Council of Social Services Franklin Inc), Community Networks Franklin is a member of Community Networks Aotearoa, the umbrella organisation for local community networks. Our over-arching objective is to work together to support local communities.

Our vision is for a Franklin Community that works together to maintain a socially just and prosperous society within a sustainable environment.

We see our mission as one of speaking out for Franklin’s community service providers and to lead a transition to a local economy that is focused on people, nature and prosperity for all.

Explore what we offer, and the many community service organisation in Franklin country…

Recent posts

Health Check!

What health services do you think Franklin needs now? What will it need in the future? Our monthly meeting gives you a chance to have your say. CNF MONTHLY MEETING Wednesday 26 June 2024 10am-12pm Venue: The Stevenson Room, Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe. Agenda Item 1: Welcome to all Item 2: Brief … Continue reading Health Check!

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SUPPORTING OUR CHILDREN

Do you know a child or young person in need of support? Do you know where to turn for help?Our focus at our meeting this month is on social services available to support children and young people in our area. Our guest speaker is Casey Grimshaw of Kidz Social Services, a local organisation offering support … Continue reading SUPPORTING OUR CHILDREN

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SUPPORTING OUR CHILDREN

Do you know a child or young person in need of support? Do you know where to turn for help?Our focus at our meeting this month is on social services available to support children and young people in our area. Our guest speaker is Casey Grimshaw of Kidz Social Services, a local organisation offering support … Continue reading SUPPORTING OUR CHILDREN

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RSA & Lobbying

This couldn’t be more timely – our first guest speaker at this month’s Community Networks Franklin meeting is from the RSA, talking about Anzac Day and the role the RSA continues to fulfil in our community. This will be followed by a presentation from Franklin Family Support Service chief executive Robyn Driver who recently travelled … Continue reading RSA & Lobbying

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