1st Marton Scout Group
We are a place for boys and girls to be a part of the scouting community; to enjoy new adventures, experience the outdoors', interact with others, gain confidence and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
37 Cuba Street, Marton
Freephone: 0800 726 887
Mobile: 021 158 6007
Web: http://www.facebook. com/martonscoutsnz
Contact: Mike Rayner (Group Leader)
Access Community Health, Whanganui
Our nationwide team of skilled nurses and 4,000 support workers visit over 20,000 people in their own homes to provide nursing, personal care, rehabilitation and household assistance.
Community House Whanganui, Level 1, Room 121 60 Ridgway Street, Whanganui
Freephone: 0800 284 663
Ad-Deen Mosque Taihape Islamic Centre
ASSALAMUALAIKUM. We are pleased to provide a centre for Muslims to stop, pray and rest in the middle of the North Island along the busiest road, SH1. We pray that you fully utilise the facility and treat it like your own home. We are also pleased to advise that we have our very own Halal Restaurant, Straits Kitchen at 59 Hautapu Street, Taihape.
Mobile: 027 416 5742
Contact: Abu Saifudin
Advanced Training Institute
The Advanced Training Institute New Zealand (ATINZ) is a programme that assists parents in home educating their children. It’s goal is to raise up a generation of young people who are mighty in spirit, and are dedicated to living life according to God’s ways.
PO Box 192, Marton
Mobile: 027 274 2631
Contact: Evan Tyler (Secretary)
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Hours:Meet Monday 7:30pm
Marton Friendship Hall 7 Morris Street,
Ph: 06 327 6365
Freephone: 0800 229 6757
Are you increasingly forgetting appointments, people's names and places? Are you starting to feel you are not coping or have you or a family member been recently diagnosed with dementia? Alzheimers Whanganui can help. Alzheimers Whanganui takes a positive approach to living with dementia. We focus on what a person is still able to do rather than what has been lost.
PO Box 7018, Whanganui
Ph: 06 345 8833
Mobile: 027 255 9987
Contact: Wendy Paterson (Manager)
Aotea Central M?ori Wardens Trust
Aroha ki te tangata / For the love of the people. M?ori Wardens are an intrinsic part of our communities in Aotearoa New Zealand. They have well-established relationships that enable them to work closely with wh?nau, M?ori organisations, community groups and government agencies.
221 Victoria Avenue, Whanganui
Ph: 06 347 7406
Mobile: 022 082 6895
Contact: Audette Standing-Phillips (Vice Chairperson)
Archives Central is a fully-searchable catalogue of Manawatu, Rangitikei, Tararua and Palmerston North council archives, including a growing collection of digitised archives sourced from the participating councils.
Hours:Tuesday - Friday 1pm - 5pm
40 Bowen Street, Feilding
Ph: 06 952 2819
Contact: Michael Biggs (Senior Archivist)
Arthritis New Zealand
If you have arthritis, or know someone with arthritis, we are here for you! We provide information, advice and support for anyone diagnosed with arthritis. We can put you in touch with healthcare professionals and other community supports throughout the country. Our work also includes advocating for people with arthritis, funding research, and contributing to health policy.
Level 2 120 Featherston Street, Wellington
Freephone: 0800 663 463
Contact: Donna Mumm (Administrator)
Assembly of God
The roots of the Assemblies of God Movement in New Zealand are both ancient and modern. Our current testimony to the power and person of the Holy Spirit reaches back over almost two thousand years of church history to the day of Pentecost when the Church was born.
Ph: 06 388 0042
Baha'i Faith Marton
At a time of worldwide change, conflict and uncertainty, humanity’s most urgent need is to find a unifying vision. Such a vision unfolds in the writings of Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith. Bahá’u’lláh teaches that religion is the most powerful force for the transformation of society and individuals.
Freephone: 0800 224 247
The Blind Foundation is New Zealand’s main provider of practical and emotional support for the tens of thousands of Kiwis who are blind or have low vision, enabling them to face their future with confidence.
Hours:Monday - Thursday 10am - 1pm
102 Peat Street, Whanganui
Ph: 06 348 4401
Freephone: 0800 243 333
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