Al Anon is a support group for family and friends whose lives are affected by a loved ones drinking.
Meetings are held every Tuesday night at 7pm, and Wednesday morning at 10.30 upstairs at the Salvation Army Hall, top... See details »
Anyone affected by alcohol who wants to access help for alcohol related problems is welcome to attend AA meetings.
For regular meeting dates and times of meetings in Waihi Beach, Paeroa, Katikati, Thames, Te Puru, Te... See details »
Waihi Masonic Lodge invites applications from new members.
Would you like to belong to the oldest and largest fraternity in the world?
Freemasons offer a brotherhood for men from all races, religions, countries and from... See details »
For some people living alone means that they miss out on regular contact with people. If you’re good at talking to people, have some spare time and would like to make a difference in someone’s life, you can form a long... See details »
Local community patrols play a major part in helping bring crime levels down. If you think you have the qualities required, and would like to volunteer and give something back to your community, the Waihi Police are... See details »
Connect Up – Waihi community support group meets each Thursday between 10 am and 12 midday at the Waihi Baptist Church to connect up with friends and make new ones.
Join Connect Up for a cuppa, games, crafts, cooking,... See details »
The Hauraki Citizens Advice Bureau is looking for volunteers and would like to hear from you if you’re interested in helping out. To find out how and where to apply to become a Hauraki Citizens Advice volunteer, phone... See details »
Are you having a problem with a disability or health service? If you’re unhappy about the service you received, the Health and Disability Commission offers free information about your rights, and can help you by... See details »