CILT Projects

CILT HQ – The Coromandel Resource Centre

The Coromandel Resource Centre is a busy ‘one stop shop’ for residents in the heart of Coromandel Town, providing information on health and disability services, funding to enable people to attend hospital appointments in Thames and Hamilton and rooms for agencies not located in the area to hold regular clinics.
We also have Video conferencing facilities, free internet access, and friendly staff to help you out. Open Monday – Thursday, 9am – 3pm more info here

Heartlands Service Centre

Heartlands is a government funded inter agency initiative that enables people in rural areas to access government services. The Centre is based at Tiki House in Coromandel Town and is accessed by local residents and those living in the isolated communities of Colville, Port Charles, Papa Aroha, Koputauaki, Kennedy Bay, Whangapoua and Manaia. In addition to government agencies, other social services providers regularly book the rooms to see clients.

Open Monday – Thursday, 9am – 3pm more info here

Community Support Services

Disability Programmes

Transport assistance to hospital appointments

Available for anybody with a community service card
> more info here

Samuel James Reserve Building – including information centre and public toilets

Environmental Initiatives

‘The Goldmine’ Re-use Centre, and Coromandel RTS

Coromandel Walking Tracks

Graham Dingle Foundation ‘Kiwi Can’


Kiwi Can is our energy-packed primary school programme, aimed at children aged 5 to 12 years. It teaches values such as integrity and respect, and delivers fun-filled learning to schools all around the country.

Contact Kiwi Can

Get in touch

Contact

kiwican@cilt.org.nz
Marlene Johnson Kiwi Can Coordinator:
027 2232 629