Haumanu House Social Service Hub & Community Garden
Located down the lane behind between the Carterton Clock Tower and Carters (access from SH2 beside Carters), Haumanu House is a convenient venue for community organisations and groups to provide services.
Current providers delivering services are:
- Carterton Food Bank
- Carterton Neighbourhood Support
- Wairarapa Community Networks
- Literacy Wairarapa
- Inland Revenue
- Wairarapa Community Law Centre
- Te Hauora Runanga o Wairarapa
- Wairarapa Free Budget Advisory Service
- Michal Horton Counsellor
- Briar Scragg Counsellor
- Waiwaste Carterton
- Wairarapa Time Bank
- Community Corrections
For an appointment at Haumanu House, please contact the service provider directly to arrange.
Ngahere o te Ora – Haumanu Community Garden
A community-led project is underway to develop a showcase community garden that Carterton can be proud of – an artistic and functional food garden that not only provides food for the Carterton Food Bank and other community organisations, but also enables opportunities for valuable social connections and learning in the community.
Originally started by Carterton’s youth group Rangatahi to Rangatira (R2R), the project is now being led in partnership with Wai Art, Resilient Carterton, Wairarapa Herb Society and Council. As well as producing vegetables, fruits and herbs, the garden will be a beautiful space that fosters volunteering, networking and mentoring opportunities, and offers educational learning experiences across ages, sectors and cultures.
Anyone interested in being involved or helping at garden workings bees, can contact Anna-Marie Kingsley email@example.com or Audrey Sebire firstname.lastname@example.org or join the Facebook Group.