Come and join our friendly group to fund raise and create the Green Island Shed. Phone Pip on 0274892558 or David on 0272614414 for more information.
Posted: Wednesday November 22, 2017
Helping People to Help Themselves! Budgeting, Sewing, Cooking, Mentoring, Gardening, Budget Shopping. A free Service.
Posted: Thursday May 4, 2017
Healthier, independent, socially connected lives for older people.
Posted: Monday March 27, 2017
Our Food Network is based in Dunedin. Its aim is to stimulate the production, distribution and consumption of local food and in that way contribute to the building of a resilient and prosperous community.
Posted: Tuesday February 21, 2017
Greater Green Island Distribution Centre St Mark’s Anglican Church Green Island, 27 Shand Street, Green Island. Open Thursdays 10:30am-11:30pm
Posted: Monday September 5, 2016
The Greater Green Island Community Network in collaboration with the Coastal Unity Church and local volunteers offer a food distribution service to local community members with food insecurity. Food is gifted from Kiwi Harvest.
Posted: Sunday September 4, 2016
Dunedin CAB takes the time to listen to you and equip you with the information, options and support that fit your needs.
Posted: Sunday July 24, 2016
dōTERRA Wellness Advocate Paula Haworth can help you explore the healing benefits of Essential Oils.
Posted: Tuesday July 12, 2016
We are a group of elected members that work with the community and the Dunedin City Council to ensure that our communities needs are met.
Posted: Tuesday July 5, 2016
Everyone has skills and knowledge....would you like to share yours with others in the Greater Green Island Area? We would love to hear from you.
Posted: Tuesday June 21, 2016
Posted: Sunday May 22, 2016
We are New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5. Plunket works together with families and communities, to ensure the best start for every child. We offer free Well Child checks with a Plunket Nurse, who is also a registered nurse, and additional visits from a health worker. Whānau āwhina - caring for families.
Posted: Wednesday March 16, 2016