Get connected at the next LINK Connection Café, focusing on youth activities and services in the Upper Clutha. If you have, work with, or care about rangatahi, this is for you!
LINK has lined up local organisations to share what they are doing in this space — anchoring the conversation which all attendees can contribute to. Confirmed are:
- Kahu Youth, with a long history of working with 11-25 year olds through drop-in sessions, school holiday programmes, volunteer awards, and more.
- The new Get Sh*t Done Collective has been refreshing ideas for youth-driven activities, and exploring employment options for this summer. Liz Breslin has recorded youth voices and faces in a video showcase, sharing what they love about their community, what could be better, and how we can support them.
- QLDC has some exciting youth initiatives planned for next year to discuss.
- Social sector professionals will be there to explain social and counselling support available for young people and their families.
- The M!NT Charitable Trust will share their collaborative journey toward supporting their rangatahi.
Connection Cafes are an excellent way to share information and find ways to work together. So come along to this free, casual networking session to meet others and turn ideas into action. Friday November 20, 1030am-1200pm at the Wanaka Community Hub, 34 McDougall Street. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register; morning tea provided.