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…
Meeting not to be missed!
TWO interesting speakers this month CNF MONTHLY MEETING Wednesday 24 May 2023 10am-12pm Venue: Stevenson Room, Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe. Agenda Item 1: Welcome to all Item 2: Report from our organisations: Bringing us up to date with your activities over the past month. Item 3: Guest speaker Deb Brown, Community Compliance … Continue reading Meeting not to be missed!
Notice of Meeting
CNF MONTHLY MEETING 26 April 2023 10am-12pm Venue: Stevenson Room, Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe. Agenda Item 1: Welcome to all Item 2: Report from our organisations – Bring us up to date with your activities. Item 3: Guest speaker Deb Brown, Community Compliance Officer with IRD. Deb will be focussing on Working for Families and provisions for … Continue reading Notice of Meeting
Minutes of AGM
22 March 2023 Venue: Stevenson Room, Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe Item 1: Attendance & apologies Pukekohe Community Action CMDHB MP Andrew Bayly’s Office MP Nania Mahuta’s Office Franklin Family Support Pukekohe Library Mangere Budgeting Services Auckland Council Pukekohe Youth Centre Middlemore Foundation CNF executive members x 5 Community Networks Aotearoa Apologies: Real … Continue reading Minutes of AGM
First meeting for 2023
CNF FEBRUARY MEETING Wednesday 22 February 2023 10am-12pm Venue: Stevenson Room, Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe. Agenda Item 1: Welcome to all Item 2: Report from our organisations Bringing us up to date with their activities over the past three months Item 4: Guest speaker Shay Twomey from Anglican Trust for Women and Children … Continue reading First meeting for 2023
Last meeting for 2022
CNF MONTHLY MEETING Date: Wednesday 23 November 10am-12pm Venue: Stevenson Room, Franklin: The Centre, 12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe. Agenda Item 1: Welcome all to our last meeting of the year Item 2: Recycling Right: A presentation and Q&A with Sei Brown of Waiuku Zero Waste. Sei’s area of expertise is waste minimisation. Item 3: General … Continue reading Last meeting for 2022
Lots of great networking and information-sharing at Pukekohe Town Hall at our annual Social Services Expo. It was a great opportunity for the public to find out find out what services are available across the greater Franklin area and for our fabulous community groups to interact with each other.
Working together in community-led change – 16 November 2022A community thrives when locals connect and collaborate to realise the potential of their place. Partnering enables us to unlock resources, create new ideas, leverage our strengths and creatively mobilise to tackle both complex challenges and opportunities. Register online: https://bit.ly/WTFranklin
Have you registered?
Our 2022 Social Services Expo is coming up on 27 October. If your organisation provides social services to the Franklin community, you need to be there. To register please complete the form here
CNF September Meeting
Minutes CNF meeting 10am, 28 September at Stevenson Room, Franklin: The Centre Members in attendance: Representatives from Bombay Anglican Parish; Grandparents Raising Grandchildren; Utilities Disputes; Franklin Family Support Services; Pukekohe Youth Council; Seasons Franklin; Well Women Franklin; office of MP Andrew Bayly; office of MP Hon Nanaia Mahuta; Franklin Hospice; Business and Professional Women’s Association; … Continue reading CNF September Meeting