Here are some useful resources and websites. We’d love to hear your recommendations too.
Get help and support with the reporting standards for charities that came into effect on 1 April 2015.
View a webinar or download guidance prepared by the Chartered Accountants Aotearoa NZ (CAANZ) about how to meet the new reporting standards for charities.
Exult provides training for fundraising, governance, marketing, volunteering and management, and supports the community sector in other ways.
Volunteer Wellington provides professional development workshops on topics of interest to community groups.
Boosted School of Crowdfunding offers blogs and tips to help you use crowdfunding campaigns to raise money.
‘What Works’ is a website that brings together tools, resources, case studies and other methods to help you gather good evidence about the value of the work your group is doing. This data can be used in funding applications and future planning.
NZ Navigator is an online self-assessment tool which helps identify your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses. This is a great way to set up a collaborative online assessment for your members, volunteers or trust.
The Community Comms Collective is a Wellington-based group of experienced communications professionals who want to give back to their community. You can request volunteer help or use the resources on their website to give your comms a boost.
CommunityNet Aotearoa is run by the Department of Internal Affairs. It’s an online hub of resources designed to strengthen communities through governance and leadership, evaluation and improving relationships.
Naturespace is a website for groups, individuals and landowners undertaking ecological restoration. It offers events, noticeboards, news and more.