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Flourishing Good News- Monday, 13 September 2021
Newsletter: Flourish Kia Puāwai

"This is our first unregular newsletter as a registered charitable company.
We have now been going for a year and most of that time has been involved in setting up, developing innovative initiatives and securing funding. To us, getting it right starts from within our organisation, living our values and having a strong foundation for the challenges ahead." ....

Six Tips to Help you get the Right Bin - 

More Tips to Help you get the Right Bin - 

The back page is full of helpful information and vital contacts specifically for us.

These can be for anyone in New Zealand. 

#SpreadtheLove. #CommunityPower


Here’s one way to be strong, kind and ok.
Versions of these cards are appearing online from many different places around the world now.
Research and experience tell us that people find offering help easier than asking for it so we have adapted these cards for us Kiwis.

Can you help by picking up some from select Print Shops and drop to your neighbours and pass on around the community Let's reach out to those already isolated, vulnerable and elderly.


These helpful tips on a flyer cover Red, Yellow & Green Bins for Christchurch, Selwyn and Waimakariri regions. Click the picture, right click 'save as' to your computer then print as usual.

"Excellent info. Every household should have these lists😁👍" ​Facebook comment

Lifehack Game For Tough Times - Wednesday, 6 May 2020, 4:21 pm
Press Release: Flourish Kia Puāwai

"The creator of The Wellbeing Game has done it again. 

Christchurch woman Michelle Whitaker has called on her earthquake experience to produce the Life Pack - Kete Ora card game to help families recover from the Covid-19 crisis" ....READ MORE

Life Pack Kite Ora: Play For Fun - Thrive In Life!- Sunday, 26 April 2020, 6:45 pm Press Release: Flourish Kia Puāwai

​"Kiwis working from home have created a unique resource to help families thrive in challenging times.
The last few weeks have been tough for everybody as Jacinda Ardern’s “team of five million” stayed home to stop the spread of COVID-19, with mums, dads and caregivers reassuring and home-schooling anxious youngsters. Christchurch woman Michelle Whitaker says,“How can we teach kids how to cope with situations like the lockdown and other serious ups and downs in life in a way that is fun and educational?”


​​​The Great Wee Springtime Nature Treasure Hunt - Sunday, 12 September 2021, 4:30 pm
Press Release: Flourish Kia Puāwai

"Flourish Kia Puāwai, an Ōtautahi-Christchurch based social enterprise, has created an alternative treasure hunt to help people to explore and engage with nature in their local area.

Called ‘The Great Wee Springtime Nature Treasure Hunt’ it is designed to enrich and deepen peoples’ recreational outings anytime but work well during Covid lockdown" ....

We got a lot of questions from our first flyer so we answered the most popular ones in this second Tip Sheet. Click the picture, right click 'save as' to your computer then print as usual.

"Do you do community group presentations?" ​Facebook comment 

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