See also: Interest & Social Clubs, Sports Clubs, Social Services
Altrusa Club of Te Awamutu
Altrusa is an international network of service clubs with members who work on projects to better their local communities. Altrusa Te Awamutu works to Make a Difference in Te Awamutu.
Working for a safer local community by running Community Patrols and Neighbourhood Support. Contact us today to find out how you can help or to set up neighbourhood support in your street or area.
Just working for a just world.
Enrich+ works alongside individuals to develop their skills and abilities and to enhance inclusion in the communities of their choice.
Lions Club - Kihikihi
Lions programmes serve the young and the aged, the disabled and the disadvantaged - anybody who has a need. Programmes are conducted locally, nationally and internationally. Kihikihi Lions club was formed 1977 (February) Kihikihi lions is a great club with a sound history.
Monday 2nd F'ship meet 6.30pm @ Kihikihi Bowling Club, Lyon St.
Lions Club - Mt Pirongia
Looking for something different, we are a dynamic Lions Club in a small piece of paradise, our club is involved in many community events and we are looking for enthusiastic community minded people to join us.
Fellowship Meeting Time: 6.45pm on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Pirongia School Hall, Beechy St, Pirongia
Lions Club - Rosetown
Rosetown Lions Te Awamutu is an all women's service club with between 30-35 members. They serve the community by assisting other organisations such as the Cancer Society with street appeals and serve refreshments at the Blood Donors bi-monthly appeal. They raise funds with regular projects such as baking and raffles, and organise larger one-off events, all of which enables them to help those in need.
Fellowship Meeting Time: 6.30pm, 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Te Awamutu Club, Alexandra Street.
Lions Club - Te Awamutu
Te Awamutu Lions is an enthusiastic group of men providing community service to Te Awamutu.
Fellowship Meeting times: 6.00pm on the 3rd Monday of the month at the Te Awamutu Club, Alexandra St.
Peace Movement Aotearoa
The national networking organisation for people interested in peace & social justice.
Rotary Club - Kihikihi
We meet at the Kihikihi Bowling Club at 5.45pm for fellowship and dinner at 6.15pm. Our meeting is normally finished by 7.45pm.
We meet on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Wednesdays only
Our main project is the Te Awamutu local telephone book.
Te Awamutu Kiwanis
Each Kiwanis club is composed of individuals from a wide range of occupations, representing the active forces and spirit of its own local community. Our primary emphasis is on projects and activities which benefit families and young children in the Te Awamutu area.
Te Awamutu Lyceum Club
Lyceum for ladies, for fun, friendship,play mahjong, boliva, music, reading, gardening
Te Awamutu Peace Group
The Te Awamutu Peace Group stands for Peace, Social Justice, and the Environment.
Te Awamutu Rotary Club
Te Awamutu rotary club meets Tuesdays 5.15 pm at the Te Awamutu Club 542 Alexandra street Te Awamutu. All welcome dinner commences at 5.30pm followed by a guest speaker. Further details www.teawamuturotary.org.nz
Te Awamutu Volunteer Fire Brigade
The station is operated fully by volunteers who come from various backgrounds and whom are dedicated, loyal and hard working people.
Volunteering Waikato is the champion of volunteering in the Waikato region. We promote and support volunteering and volunteers in the not for profit sector.