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Architecture+Women NZ

Growing the profile of women trained in the field of architecture in NZ

mapMarkerGrey PO Box 105 972, Auckland, New ...
mapMarkerGrey 2 Princes St, Auckland, New Ze...

Auckland Regional Migrant Services

To actively enable and support the full integration and participation of migrants and resettled families communities in Aotearoa/New Zealand

mapMarkerGrey 532 Mount Albert Road, Three K...

Auckland Women’s Centre

Facilitating empowerment and well-being for all women

mapMarkerGrey 4 Warnock St, Grey Lynn, Auckl...

Be. Accessible

Creating a 100% accessible world for us all.

mapMarkerGrey 58 Surrey Crescent, Grey Lynn,...

Collaborate

Match your skills and interests with volunteer opportunities.

COMET

Te hononga akoranga - Listen - Learn - Collaborate - Connect

mapMarkerGrey Level LL (entrance off Eden Cr...

English Language Partners New Zealand

Working in partnership with refugees and migrants.

mapMarkerGrey 192 Tinakori Road, Thorndon, W...

GirlBoss New Zealand

Creating the next generation of female changemakers to lead and change the world.

GirlGuiding New Zealand

We enable girls and young women to reach their potential and make a difference in the world.

mapMarkerGrey 5/81 Hillside Road, Wairau Val...

Graduate Women New Zealand

100% of girls and women in the world achieving education beyond primary school.

Health Point

New Zealand's National Health Service Directory

mapMarkerGrey New Zealand...

Hey Girl

‘Hey Girl’ is about educating, empowering and enlightening fellow women.

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InsideOUT

InsideOUT works to make Aotearoa a safer place for young people of minority genders and sexualities.

Inspiring Stories

We're building a movement of young New Zealanders who can, and will change the world. You can be part of it.

mapMarkerGrey 115 Tory Street, Te Aro, Welli...

Institute of Directors

Connecting, equipping and inspiring.

mapMarkerGrey Mezzanine Floor, 50 Customhous...

It’s Not OK

Family Violence It's Not OK - It Is OK To Ask For Help

mapMarkerGrey The Aurora Centre, 56 The Terr...

Kinect

Building strong families - Tu pakari ai te whanau

mapMarkerGrey Unit 4, Amuri Park, 25 Churchi...

Lightning Lab

Lightning Lab is New Zealand’s premier digital accelerator. Build, validate and launch a startup in 12 weeks with the support of New Zealand’s top mentors and business leaders.

mapMarkerGrey Creative HQ, Level 1, Hope Gib...

Lower Hutt Women’s Centre

a community resource centre for Women, Teenage Girls and Children

Mahuki

Innovation powered by Te Papa

mapMarkerGrey Museum of New Zealand Te Papa ...

Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand is a charity that works towards creating a society free from discrimination, where all people enjoy positive mental health & wellbeing.

mapMarkerGrey 23 Edwin Street, Mount Eden, A...

MYRIVR

MyRivr Makes Access To Social Service Providers Easy For All Kiwis

mapMarkerGrey New Zealand...

National Council of Women of New Zealand

By building understanding and driving action for gender equality, we enable New Zealanders to have the freedom and opportunity to determine their own future.

mapMarkerGrey Level 4, Central House, 26 Bra...

New Horizons for Women Trust

Inspiring women to create new horizons through education and research

New Zealand Olympic Committee

Represents both the Olympic and Commonwealth Games Movements in New Zealand.

mapMarkerGrey Olympic House, 350 Parnell Roa...

New Zealand Prostitutes’ Collective

A New Zealand wide organisation, which is run by sex workers for sex workers.

NZ Family Violence Clearinghouse

This page provides links to other websites of interest to those working in or researching family, whānau and sexual violence.

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NZTech Women

Encouraging young women into STEM studies and roles

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Oompher

Encouraging young New Zealanders to open their minds to opportunities, act on their dreams and achieve their own extraordinary.

Pacific Women’s Watch (New Zealand)

Our vision is that the views of all women living in New Zealand and wider the Pacific region are represented to decision makers at local, national and international levels.

mapMarkerGrey 70 Khyber Pass Road, Grafton, ...

PACIFICA

Pacific Allied (women's) Council Inspires Faith in Ideals Concerning All

Pasefika Proud

Directory of Pasefika support services

mapMarkerGrey New Zealand...

Plunket

We are New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5. Plunket works together with families and communities, to ensure the best start for every child. Whānau āwhina - caring for families.

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Positive Women

A safe space for women who live with HIV, a home where they feel even more empowered and where their voices matter the most.

mapMarkerGrey 176 Dominion Rd, Mount Eden, A...

Professionelle

Offers professional development for working women at all stages of their careers

Return to IT

To assist New Zealand women who have taken a career break – whether it be for children, family, or any other reason – to return to work in the digital technology workforce.

Rural Education Activities Programme (REAP Aoteroa)

To advance community development through quality lifelong education in rural Aotearoa

mapMarkerGrey Level 5, Technology One House,...

SheEO

A new model radically transforming the way we finance, support and celebrate women entrepreneurs.

Sisters United

Sisters United is a family based organisation that provide exciting, fresh and creative programmes and services to Young Women aged 12 - 21 in Auckland.

SKIP

Strategies with kids, information for parents.

STEM Directory

Learn, Discover, Connect through science and tech

mapMarkerGrey New Zealand...

Stored

Our motto is, "No More Hidden Chapters" because we believe in the power of stories to change culture - and the power of culture to change society.

mapMarkerGrey New Zealand...

Te Whānau o Te Maungarongo

Family violence intervention and prevention programmes. Relationship counselling, home based social work support.

mapMarkerGrey 9 Raroa Rd, Lower Hutt, Wellin...

TEDx

Supports independent organizers who want to create a TED-like event in their own community.

The Athene Club

A meeting and discussion club for Auckland women

mapMarkerGrey Ellerslie Event Centre 80 Asco...

The Salvation Army

Caring for people, transforming lives and reforming society through God in Christ by the Holy Spirit's power.

mapMarkerGrey 202-204 Cuba Street, Te Aro, W...

The Tindall Foundation

To help build a stronger, sustainable Aotearoa New Zealand so families, communities and our natural environment thrive now and in the future

mapMarkerGrey Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealan...

The Women’s Bookshop

The local purveyor of fine words in Ponsonby

mapMarkerGrey 105 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, A...

This is ME

This is ME aims to encourage, support and celebrate women and girls of all ages getting out there and active - whatever way they choose to!

Universities New Zealand – NZWiL

We exist to support, encourage, and contribute to the development of women who are, or aspire in future to be, leaders within the tertiary sector.

mapMarkerGrey Level 9, 142 Lambton Quay, Wel...

Urutapu

Kaupapa Māori leadership programme for woman 16-17years

mapMarkerGrey 111 Apirana Avenue, Glen Innes...

Venus Business Women’s Network

Joining Venus is about joining a community of business women that help one another.

Volunteer Service Abroad

VSA sends skilled Kiwis overseas to share their experience and knowledge directly with local people and communities.

mapMarkerGrey Level 2, 77 Thorndon Quay, Pip...

Waitaha Grandmothers Executive Council

The Waitaha Grandmothers Executive Council are Grandmothers of the Nation of Waitaha.

mapMarkerGrey Level 4, 51 Shortland St, Auck...
mapMarkerGrey Level 2, 44 Anzac Avenue, Auck...

Worldwomen

Our vision for worldwomen is to provide a space in time to be inspired by powerful women who are already manifesting change – in education, in health, in business and to inspire and learn from each other.

Youthline

Youthline is here to support you through the tough times and the good!