Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury

Community Organisation

Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury
141 Percival StreetRangiora
3 days ago

Please vote for us!

Theresa Evans from Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury

Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury has been named as a finalist in the September 2020 MainPower Community Fund. That means we are eligible to receive a share of the $30,000 fund to support the great work we are doing for North Canterbury.

The voting stage is now open and we are asking you, … View more
Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury has been named as a finalist in the September 2020 MainPower Community Fund. That means we are eligible to receive a share of the $30,000 fund to support the great work we are doing for North Canterbury.

The voting stage is now open and we are asking you, the people of North Canterbury (MainPower’s customers), to cast a vote for us.

The voting form is available via the link below. People may only vote once to ensure that the final voting tally accurately reflects the wishes of North Canterbury.

Voting closes Friday 9 October.

www.surveymonkey.com...

Thank you everyone!

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3 days ago

We're looking for volunteers

Theresa Evans from Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury

CAB North Canterbury is looking for volunteers.

Can you…
Solve problems? Do you…
Enjoy client liaison? Are you…
Ready to keep learning? Do you…
Value confidentiality?
Interested? Do you have a… … View more
CAB North Canterbury is looking for volunteers.

Can you…
Solve problems? Do you…
Enjoy client liaison? Are you…
Ready to keep learning? Do you…
Value confidentiality?
Interested? Do you have a…
Confident telephone approach and
Excellent internet research skills?

At CAB we aim to give the best SERVICE to everyone who needs our help.

Come and join us?

Application form available on www.cab.org.nz... or collect from our office in the Rangiora Library, 141 Percival Street, Rangiora. Tel: 03 313 8822

Applications close on Friday, 16 October 20

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8 days ago

Please sign our petition

Theresa Evans from Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury

You're here, but there are plenty of people who face barriers to being online - access, poverty, literacy, disability, language.

Sign and share our petition our.actionstation.org.nz... asking current and future members of Parliament to address digital exclusion and leave no-one behind.

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You're here, but there are plenty of people who face barriers to being online - access, poverty, literacy, disability, language.

Sign and share our petition our.actionstation.org.nz... asking current and future members of Parliament to address digital exclusion and leave no-one behind.

For those who want to sign a paper copy of the petition, please visit us at our office in the Rangiora Library between 10am and 3pm Monday to Friday.

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12 days ago

We're back!

Theresa Evans from Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury

We're open again for face to face work with clients and invite you to visit us in our office in the Rangiora Library, 141 Percival Street between 10am and 3pm Monday to Friday.

This means that we will have a Justice of the Peace available occasionally - phone us to check when one will be in … View more
We're open again for face to face work with clients and invite you to visit us in our office in the Rangiora Library, 141 Percival Street between 10am and 3pm Monday to Friday.

This means that we will have a Justice of the Peace available occasionally - phone us to check when one will be in the office. It also means our free fortnightly legal clinic will resume on 23 September - this is by appointment only.

You can come to us to talk about anything. We provide a free and confidential service and would love to see you, hear from you by phone on 03 313 8822 or 0800 367 222, or by email on northcanterbury@cab.org.nz

We're here to help!

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13 days ago

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week

Theresa Evans from Citizens Advice Bureau North Canterbury

Kia ora, Te Wiki o te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week starts today. The theme this year is Kia Kaha te Reo Māori - Let's make the Māori language strong.

For information and useful resources check out

www.tewikiotereomaori.co.nz...

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