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The People's Times
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Member since: 8 April 2010
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The People’s Times is an innovative community web service that supports New Zealand’s non-profit and grassroots groups – our charities, community organisations, sports teams, faith communities, incorporated societies, hobby clubs, support groups and many others – to connect with their communities in the digital age.

We do this by providing a free web presence, community media and noticeboard services, practical internet tuition and ongoing support to non-profit groups.

Inspired by the power of social networking and citizen journalism, the People’s Times innovative services give non-profit organisations of all shapes and sizes new ways to communicate, manage their members, share and store information and publicise their activities in a secure, non-commercial environment.

Our goal is to enable community-minded individuals and groups to interact and organise locally and nationally using digital tools, with the goal of increasing the efficiency, accessibility and influence of small organisations and the community sector as a whole. 

The People’s Times is made up of four integrated sections designed to work together:





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Friday, 10 September 2010
Free Web 2.0 workshops for Auckland community organisations in September If you administer a community or non-profit project in the Auckland area, you can register now to participate in a free People’s Times workshop in Great Barrier Island, Epsom, Otahuhu, Avondale, Mt Roskill or Central Auckland during the week 20-26 September, in association with Auckland City Council. 417 views

Thursday, 8 April 2010
'The People's Times' helps NZ's grassroots go digital Free web space, notices and news coverage for individuals and non-profit groups, PLUS register now for a free workshop in Christchurch or Auckland in April The internet can be a wonderful tool to help small organisations communicate, organise and promote themselves more effectively. 382 views