Over the years, we’ve received many requests and feedback for tools and templates to make organising easier! Here are some to get you going but watch this space as we expand the community toolkit
Repair Cafés are free pop-up events where local people bring in their broken or damaged belongings and local volunteer experts do their best to repair them.
Swishing is a fun and social way of encouraging people to make the most of what they’ve got hanging in their wardrobe, sitting in a drawer or packed away in a box.
The Play Streets initiative aims to make streets more sociable by encouraging neighbours to come together for fun, family-friendly activities. Play Streets events are simple, low cost and low stress. They’re designed and planned by neighbours to meet their needs and often include a mix of activities like chalk drawing on the street, playing games and sports together, playing with toys, like oversized building blocks.
Here are some postcards (with printing instructions!) that you can print at home or at your local printers!
Want to set up an ongoing community project? We've put together a quick guide to get you going!
We’ve gotcha covered! We’ve made organising your event or activity easier by creating tools and templates for you to promote, decorate and run it! You can find editable invites, posters, decorations plus tips to promote it.
Want to set up a Pātaka Kai in your neighbourhood? Our pals at Pātaka Kai have put together an awesome toolkit