Sustainable Papakura

 Charitable Trust #2595804
Registered Charity #CC53424

Sustainable Papakura

Charitable Trust #259580
Registered Charity #CC53424

Our Logo

Our Logo


Our Logo represents the cycle of life, a lush green environment, clear skies and clean water, the rich red earth of Papakura, and a vibrant community.

our charitable purpose

Conserve


To promote Zero Waste and Waste Minimisation by developing and supporting a range of activities and projects that encourage and support recycling, upcycling and waste minimisation.

empower


To inspire community spirit through local opportunities for collective activity and learning skills and to promote small business opportunities for the unemployed and unskilled.

Support


To support other local community groups in Papakura and Auckland Council's Zero Waste Policy with waste minimisation and recycling projects.

Reclaim


To suppport the establishment of a Resource Recovery Centre in Papakura which will provide a focal point for recycling and upcycling in the community.

Invest


To invest any funds generated by these activities in community led waste minimisation projects in Papakura.

Governance

The board of trustees

Governance

The board of trustees


Sustainable Papakura is governed by a Trust Board comprising 5 Trust members.

Membership of Sustainable Papakura is by written application to the Board. Applications will be considered at the next Board meeting and decisions notified thereafter.

rosemary nash (Chairperson)

Sustainable Papakura gives me the opportunity to do the things I am passionate about: growing resilient people, caring for the environment and being active in my community. 

Ph 0274058159 

trust@sustainablepapakura.co.nz

Paula Kroese (Treasurer)

Long time banker, Sewer, Crocheter, Crafter, Collecter of fabric.

Ph 0212900181

market@sustainablepapakura.co.nz

Christine Kean (Secretary)

Sustainable Papakura sits so well with my job and beliefs. I was a contractor for Compost Collective and Love Food Hate Waste but had to leave them when I was employed as a Sustainable School Advisor.

Ph 021715584

trust@sustainableapakura.co.nz

Sue Ollerton (Publicity)

I have a great interest and knowledge in many skills from sewing, upcycling, crafts to technology and being sustainable.  

Ph 021553287

marketing@sustainablepapakura.co.nz

Kelly Wright (Community Connector)

I've always tried to be a bit of a Waste Champion and I am delighted to be connected to Sustainable Papakura as a Trustee.  My newest baby is my business What's in Stock.

Ph 0274200713

kellymswright@gmail.com

Rosemary nash

(Chairperson)

Sustainable Papakura gives me the opportunity to do the things I am passionate about: growing resilient people, caring for the environment and being active in my community. 

Ph0274058159

trust@sustainablepapakura.co.nz

paula kroese

(treasurer)

Long time banker, Sewer, Crocheter, Crafter, Collecter of fabric.

Ph 0212900181

market@sustainablepapakura.co.nz

Christine Kean

(secretary)

Sustainable Papakura sits so well with my job and beliefs. I was a contractor for Compost Collective and Love Food Hate Waste but had to leave them when I was employed as a Sustainable School Advisor.

Ph 021715584

trust@sustainableapakura.co.nz

Sue Ollerton

(publicity)

I have a great interest and knowledge in many skills from sewing, upcycling, crafts to technology and being sustainable.  

Ph 021553287

marketing@sustainablepapakura.co.nz

Kelly Wright

(community connector)

I've always tried to be a bit of a Waste Champion and I am delighted to be connected to Sustainable Papakura as a Trustee.  My newest baby is my business What's in Stock.

Ph 0274200713

kellymswright@gmail.com

Strategic Plan 2019-24

Strategic Plan 2019-24

Our Vision For A Sustainable Future

Our Vision For A Sustainable Future


 Papakura Together

Sustainable Papakura envisions a Papakura where we will all be collaborating to nurture and protect Papatūānuku in order to secure a viable future for our mokopuna.

Papakura Together

Sustainable Papakura envisions a Papakura where we all collaborate to nurture and protect Papatūānuku in order to secure a viable future for our mokopuna.

Proudly Sustainable

In this vibrant, generous community, people actively avoid waste and make careful use of resources, contributing with pride to an urban landscape intertwined with lush green spaces, clean water ways, clear air and abundant food sources.

Eco-Resource Centre

People would have access to an Eco Resource Centre which both demonstrates and facilitates Sustainable Living. As a Learning Hub, this Centre promotes resilience, hope, collaboration, economic self-reliance, and a reduced carbon footprint.

 Proudly Sustainable

In this vibrant, generous community, people will actively avoid waste and make careful use of resources, contributing with pride to an urban landscape intertwined with lush green spaces, clean water ways, clear air and abundant food sources.

An Eco-Resource Centre

People will have access to a full service Eco Resource Centre which both demonstrates and facilitates Sustainable Living. As a Learning Hub, this Centre will promote resilience, hope, collaboration, economic self-reliance, a reduced carbon footprint and resource recovery.

To Move towards this Vision We Have Identified Four Primary Goals

Sustainability


Establish  a central, accessible Eco Resource Centre

Food Resilience


Create of a system of Edible Urban Gardens and A Food Forest 

Participation


Increase capacity by developing a pool of Active Volunteers 

Inspiration


Maximise existing opportunities for Awareness Raising

Management and Delivery

Management and Delivery

A Voluntary Effort