Enabling Love and Friendship is announcing that the Invercargill Coffee Group is starting up this Thursday 9th of July @ 1.00pm at the Auction Bar and Grill as well as the Otago Coffee Club @ The Otago Museum at 1.00pm. Enabling Love is under the process of moving into the regions throughout New Zealand, and we are working as quickly as possible to get everything in place for Christchurch, Tauraunga, Wellington and Auckland. Please contact our Southland co-ordinator, Celia, if you are interested in going to the coffee group, or have any suggestions/ideas to offer. Celia is the president of the Chinese Students Association at SIT and is new to the disability sector, we are very delighted to have Celia on board with us. She is our representative for Southland and will be organising events alongside the weekly coffee meetings, helping out our CEO and networking with others in the disability sector. The CEO has directed her to help grow the Southland Regions branch of Enabling Love. By doing this, we will be more able to be meet any demands of our non-profit organisation within the region, enabling New Zealanders to find love and friendship and combat social isolation in the modern world. This is going to be critically important over the next ten years as we grow and we look forward to being on-board as part of this journey.
A note from our CEO, Joshua Perry:
As CEO, I have been acutely aware of the need to expand into the regions as quickly as possible, and i'm pleased to announce that our hard work over the past few years is paying off. We are currently expanding into the regions, and have exciting plans in the works for the next few months and weeks ahead. We are working again with Ignite Consultants in Otago to come up with a post-covid action plan. More details will be announced in the coming months. Thanks from Joshua Perry and the Enabling Love team. Stay tuned.