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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley are providing free legal advice by email and over the phone. Go to wclc.org.nz and fill in the form to speak to a lawyer, or ring 04 499 2928 and leave a detailed message.
Vinnies Wellington are still providing essential services, including delivery of food parcels, winter goods parcels, and baby parcels. You can contact them on 04 389 7122, 021 215 7098, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need accommodation, Wellington Night Shelter is still open for people with nowhere to go. If you have the means, you can donate directly to the Night Shelter and support the work they do.
DCM Wellington is continuing to support the most marginalised people. They are asking for financial donations, rather than food. For details on how to donate go to the website: dcm.org.nz/support-dcm.
The Wellington Student Volunteer Army are running errands, doing friendly check-ins, and filling volunteer gaps. To request support, or volunteer, fill in a form at vuwsa.org.nz/sva, email: email@example.com, or phone: 0212569987.
Potocki Paterson are proud to bring you the Supa CubaDupa exhibition online! In virtual reality and 180 video, so you can view it from the comfort of your own bubble. In association with CubaDupa.
Need entertainment for the kids? Zappo the Magician is going live daily at 11am with magic, music, storytelling and fun. Head to facebook.com/ZappoTheMagician.
Join Nanogirl on her quest to become a science-powered superhero! Nanogirl's Lab is a 10 week STEM program of instructional videos and worksheets for your children, plus cheat sheets and weekly webinars for parents. A new lesson launches every weekday, at nanogirlslab.com.
Join Ria Hall for Lockdown Soul Session #9, from her whare, to yours! Friday, April 10, 8pm–8:45pm. Join Aronui, Rotorua’s Indigenous Festival and now Arts platform, for a series of live-streamed Solo sessions with local artists, celebrating, sharing, and uplifting the voice of our artists in Te Arawa, Aotearoa and beyond.
The Dowse Art Museum education team has dreamed up weekly challenges to unleash kids’ creativity, using simple materials from your home and garden. Every Thursday, they'll be sharing two new art activities - one to do together, and one that kids can create on their own. For more info head to dowse.org.nz/news/education/2020/art-challenge. Happy creating everyone!
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