Founded in 1972, Read NZ Te Pou Muramura (formerly the Book Council), wants New Zealanders to be the greatest readers on the planet because we know that reading creates better and richer lives.
Tora Bombora is a community art and music festival that showcases young talent throughout Aotearoa and brings people together to the Tora coastline to celebrate emerging musicians, artists and to support a growing trend of events that encourage community engagement, celebration and environmental harmony.
Everyone has 24 hours in a day – how they use that time is completely up to them.
Simple words from an impressive young man – Tahana Tippett, an inspiring Big Buddy within our village.
We aren’t about to let Covid -19 beat us says, Wairarapa Cancer Society Manager Jacinta Buchanan . The people we support and represent have coped with cancer this year and that is a crisis personal to them.
The Wairarapa Dragon Boat Club was founded in 2009 to encourage breast cancer survivors to participate in an international movement inspired by the research of Canadian sports medicine specialist Dr.Don McKenzie. He proved that hard repetitive physical exercise reduced or eliminated lymphedema.
Community support for a dedicated home for homeless in Masterton continues unabated, the latest a $97,000 grant from the Trust House Foundation.
Parkinson’s a life-changing and neuro-degenerative condition that can affect anyone at any age. It progressively damages parts of the brain over many years.
The Wairarapa Rescue Trust was formed in 1990 and initiated by the local branch of the NZ Contractors Federation after personal experience of some of the difficulties facing back country rescue services.
We are a not for profit organisation, therefore we rely heavily on the affiliation fees paid by our members and the generous funding and grants received from organisations such as Trust House.
WINGS is unlike any other aviation event – the Wairarapa scenery provides a stunning backdrop to an extravaganza of aerial action over three days.
Mentoring ignites the power of young people, so they can reach their full potential.
The Prima Volta Charitable Trust operates the Project Prima Volta (PPV) programme – a community initiative that harnesses the creative and social power of singing to help teenagers find their voice