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Day programme volunteer

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Helping older people to connect

Our Enliven day programmes—Totara Club and Harakeke Club—give older people/kaumātua the opportunity to connect with others while maintaining interests and skills, and sharing activities and experiences in the community.

Our clubs provide fun activities such as topical discussions and guest speakers, positive reminiscence, indoor games, exercise and relaxation, walking groups, and outings. They’re lively affairs—stimulating and enjoyable for all involved!

How you can help

  • Serve meals including morning and afternoon tea
  • Setting up and clearing away activities
  • Supporting and encouraging our members as they participate in the programme
  • Clearing away dishes after meals

Time commitment

Depending on where you'd like to volunteer, it could be a few hours per week or fortnight or a full day every week. Contact us to find out more.

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