The Life Education Trust North Wellington is one of 32 Life Education community trusts based around NZ. We are a registered charity and are managed by a team of volunteer trustees.ife Education Trust North Wellington is one of 32 Life Education community trusts based around NZ. We are a registered charity and are managed by a team of volunteer trustees.
Jazz In Martinborough (JIM) is a charitable trust run by a small group of music-lovers who work with various community and business groups in South Wairarapa to present entertaining music (mostly jazz) events.
Martinborough’s can-do attitude is making residents and businesses feel a lot safer in the South Wairarapa town.
The Wings Over Wairarapa Community Trust runs an Air Festival every 2 years with the next event on the 19th to 21st Feb, 2021.
Driving just got a whole lot more fun for staff and students of Lakeview School in Masterton.
The Tawa Swimming Club is a community based club established in 1971 which operates out of Tawa Pool seven days a week.
The Wairarapa Diamonds Leisure Marching Team are a group of 10 ladies who enjoy the fun, friendship and fitness of leisure marching.
To date, the generosity of Trust House Foundation grant funding has assisted DRC by contributing towards essential vehicle running costs.
English Language Partners Porirua teaches English language and provides social support to adults of refugee and migrant background.
Te Kura o Papatuanuku Wairarapa Earth School Charitable Trust’s core focus is education for sustainability. Our long term goal is to develop a centre for sustainability where science and technology come to life in the garden classroom. This learning hub will be for people of all ages supporting the wider Wairarapa community towards sustainability and science literacy.
It’s a chilly Thursday morning in the Wairarapa and Red Cross Community Transport driver Richard Whitney is preparing for his weekly round trip from Masterton to Featherston.
Before we give you a history of our club we would like to thank you from all the members of Hastings Artists Group for your generous donation of $2000 from the Trust House funds.