Team Opportunities

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Arbor Day 2021

HCC - Parks and Open Spaces
Practical – outdoors | 3-50 people | Hamilton

Arbor Day is about planting trees. Come along and help your community plant 18,000 native plants at Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park...

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Gardening for Good

Hospice Waikato
Practical – outdoors | 3-20 people | Hamilton

From time to time we need groups to help us with our lovely gardens.

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West Coast Planting Bees

Coastcare Waikato
Practical – outdoors | 3-15 people | Various - Port Waikato to Nukuhakari

Connect with community, connect with the environment & help restore the beautiful west coast on a weekend!

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Bring back the native forest

Friends of Mangaonua Esplanade Silverdale
Practical – outdoors | 5-30 people | Silverdale, Hamilton

Create an environment that will bring native plants, birds and animals back to the Mangaonua Gully.

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Healthy Habitat Heroes

HCC - Parks and Open Spaces
Practical – outdoors | 5-30 people | Hamilton

Enjoy being outdoors with your team and help to continue conservation and gully restoration activities at reserves and parks throughout Hamilton

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Cuppa and Cake

Selwyn Foundation
People | 3-12 people | Hamilton East and Cambridge

Spend quality time with the elderly. Have a cuppa and a chat and make someone's day.

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Cook a lunch!

St Vincent de Paul - Good Neighbour Projects
Practical – indoors | 4-6 people | Frankton, Hamilton

Provide a nutritious midday meal for those who may not otherwise have one.

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Lunchbox Legends

St Vincent de Paul - Good Neighbour Projects
Practical – indoors | 3-6 people | Frankton, Hamilton

Support children's learning by helping to make sure they have full tummies

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Trail Volunteers

Waikato River Trails Trust
Practical – outdoors | 3-25 people | Various - Cambridge to Atiamuri

Work in the great outdoors and help restore this beautiful part of the Waikato region for future generations to enjoy.

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Connecting the Waitoa – Kahikatea Forest and Wetland Restoration

Waikato Regional Council
Practical – outdoors | 5-30 people | Waitoa River Catchment – Between Waharoa and Waitoa

Connecting the Waitoa is part of the Source to Sea project and facilitated by the Piako Catchment Forum and the Waikato Regional Council.