A Masterton secondary school is giving students a head-start in the construction sector while at the same time providing some much needed help for homeless people.
Te Kura O Papatūānuku Wairarapa Earth school charitable trust aims to inspire, inform and enable
people of all ages to achieve practical solutions for the future of our community and a healthy planet.
Mums and dads need not be alarmed if their little treasures want to pull on some boxing gloves and climb into the ring
The Life Education Trust Wairarapa, Tararua & Central Hawkes Bay is one of 33 Life Education community trusts based around NZ. We are a registered charity and are managed by a team of volunteer trustees.
Manaaki ki Wairarapa is a Charitable Trust registered with the Charities Commission.
As one of the best urban parks in the country, there is a lot to like about beautiful Queen Elizabeth Park in the centre of Masterton. For three nights over Queen’s Birthday Weekend there will be even more to enjoy, the Tirama Matariki Light Glow, where the Lake of Remembrance island comes alive with fairy-lights and displays of Maori imagery.
New Forest school is available for school classes, kindergartens, childcare centers and other groups that have education as their primary focus.
Stroke Central New Zealand is a not-for-profit, membership-based organisation for stroke survivors and their whanau.
The Community Budgeting Trust [Wairarapa] was started in 2003 by four people to give the people of the Wairarapa choices in whom they used for support with their finances.
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.