Riccarton Community Hub

What's happening in Riccarton, and where to find it

Community

Canterbury Fiji Social Services Trust

40 Hillary Crescent, Upper Riccarton, Christchurch 8041

Contact: Ms Una Raleqe, Manager
Phone: 942-9498 / 021-440-812
Email: 

Central Riccarton Residents' Association

Secretary: Dr G.J. Wilson

Email:

http://www.crra.org.nz

Common Ground Cafe

People of all ages and backgrounds welcome to enjoy great coffee, baking and company.
1st and 3rd Friday of each month, 1-3pm

80 Rattray St, Riccarton

Community Development Network Trust

Community Development Network Trust (CDN) works with young people aged 11-17 years and their families. CDN is based mainly in Riccarton, Sockburn and Hornby but also has city-wide activities. We provide a mix of camps and personal support for about 1200 young people and families each year. Many people we work with come from disadvantaged or difficult situations.

Contact: Riccarton Community Church
44 Elizabeth St, Riccarton.
Phone: 942-3434
Email: 

http://cdntrust.org.nz

 

Community Patrol, Riccarton

Contact: Mrs Trish Gillett
Secretary-Co-ordinator
Phone: 335 0114
Email:

http://www.communitypatrolriccarton.co.nz

Deans Avenue Precinct Society

Contact: Ms Claire Mulcock

Email:

Dress for Success

A charity supporting women who are on the journey to employment by providing them with : Appropriate clothing for job search or interview , styling advice, interview preparation, tips and advice; and a Career Information Centre offering career guidance and job search skills: Professional Women's Group a monthly network meeting for women newly into employment. Free of charge.

Business Hours: Monday-Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm 
Dressing Times: Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm

149 Peverel Street, Riccarton, Christchurch 8041

Contact: Ms Ginny Rhodes, Executive Manager
Phone: 343-241 / 021343241
Email:

http://www.christchurch.dressforsuccess.org

E.B. Millton Charitable Trust

The provision of funds to assist with the care of children and institutions.

109 Blenheim Road, Riccarton, Christchurch 8041

Contact: Mr Michael Woodward, Secretary
Phone: 341-0930
Email:

Food Together Riccarton

A city-wide network providing fruit and vegetables. Available Wednesday mornings (9am-12pm).

Contact: Helen
Phone: 021 255 5200

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board

Contact: Peter Dow, Christchurch City Council

Email:

http://ccc.govt.nz/the-council/community-boards/riccarton-wigram/

Ilam & Upper Riccarton Residents' Assn

Chairperson: Peter Harding

Phone: 348-5394

Email:

K-Welfare Support

Support for Korean migrants, assisting with meetings with Government agencies, including health and welfare professionals.

Contact: Chang Hun Yu
Phone: 021 1 8062
Email:

Korean Playgroup

Meets Fridays, 10am, at
Riccarton Community Church
44 Elizabeth St, Riccarton

Contact: Young Munnings
Phone 027 294

 

Middleton-Matipo Community Assn

Contact: Justine Mouat

Phone: 942-2220

New Zealand-China Friendship Society

President: Mr Chris Goodwin

Phone: 027-422-3142
Email:

http://www.nzchinasociety.org.nz/

Oak Development Trust

The Oak Development Trust has been set up with the purpose of improving the quality of life for those in the Riccarton area and further afield through providing leadership and resources to help meet their social, emotional, physical and spiritual needs.

Contact: Carol Renouf
Phone: 960 6878

www.odt.org.nz

ODT Community Camps

Summer and winter camps are held in January and Queen's Birthday weekend for families and individuals wanting a fun-packed, affordable holiday.

Contact:
Oak Development Trust
Nicki Aitken
Phone: 021 056 9315

Older Person's Gatherings

Free afternoon social events for older people in the Riccarton area, organised by Oak Development Trust. Five events are held across the year.

Contact: Nicki Aitken
Oak Development Trust
Phone 021 056 9315