The Events Network Trust

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The Events Network Trust (TENT) is a not-for-profit organisation providing bespoke support services to Eastern Bay of Plenty organisations.

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  Bay of Plenty Event Volunteering Programmes

The Events Network Trust (TENT) is a not-for-profit charitable organisation that provides support services to charitable organisations and volunteers in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. Our focus is to promote, manage, develop and support activities which will build the capacity and sustainability of the social sector in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

We also have an objective of providing programmes that focuses on reaching out to young people, not only to encourage the next generation of volunteers to be involved with their community, but also to offer transferrable skills and/or experiences with potential future employment opportunities.

TENT believes a vibrant, healthy and safe community is created when we build an environment that not only recognises the efforts of those that contribute to the needs of the community but also creates an exciting energy that encourages engagement and working together for the overall wellbeing of the community.

The services we provide are based on specific and individual needs of the organisations that help our community. Examples of our work include: Developing operational processes, recruiting volunteers, securing seed funding and designing marketing materials for a newly formed food rescue organisation; Coordinating a free Community Christmas Lunch event for 300 members of the community; Mentoring a youth-led youth focused organisation; Providing Administration and Coordination support for a Homelessness Advocacy group; Being an Approved Agency for Police Vetting volunteers; Facilitating a Planning Workshop for youth.

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We provide support services to charitable organisations in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. Our focus is to promote, manage, develop and support activities which will build the capacity and sustainability of the social sector in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

Use of funds

TENT is ready to provide the services but as a start-up charitable organisation we need financial contributions from outside sources to cover the initial costs to get us óff the ground’.

The community is wanting and waiting for our services…can you help us launch our services for these worthy and much needed charities and volunteers?

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Latest donations

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 17 Dec 2019

    $250

    This donation is from Opportunity Knocks Charity shop for the Community Christmas dinner

    $250

    • The E Network Trust / TENT

      Thank you so much for your generous donation towards the Whakatane Community Christmas Lunch.

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 14 Jan 2019

    Private

    Private

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 06 Dec 2018

    $80

    $80

  • Waste Not Want Not

    Waste Not Want Not on 29 Oct 2018

    $240

    Thank you so much The E Network Trust for all the continued help you are giving. It makes a huge difference to 'real time' spent on the job when help with the housekeeping is sorted.

    $240

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 10 Sep 2018

    Private

    Services rendered by TENT to WasteNotWantNot for administrative work 16/9 to 09/10/2018

    Private


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