Waimakariri Library
Detail: The Waimakriri Library is about making the world a better place for the community. There’s a fantastic range of books, music, video and tourist information!
Address: 141 Percival St, Waimakariri, Rangiora 7400
Phone: 03-311 8901
Email: library@wmk.govt.nz
Website: https://libraries.waimakariri.govt.nz/home

Compass FM
Detail: Compass FM is based in Rangiora, and is a community radio station, providing support for the North Canterbury community events, businesses, schools and sports clubs. Compass FM – the voices of North Canterbury. Click here to listen live on their website, or tune into 104.9FM if you’re in the North Canterbury area!
Address: 77-83 High St, Rangiora
Phone: 03 311 7101
Email: salescompassfm@gmail.com
Website: http://compassfm.org.nz/

Presbyterian Support (Upper South Island) – North Canterbury Service Centre
Detail: Presbyterian Support (Upper South Island) offers social work, counselling, group education, mentoring, home care and day care. These services are for younger people and their families, and for older people and their families and carers.
Address: Ngawi Thompson Centre, 258 High Street, Rangiora 7400
Phone: (03) 313 8588
Fax: (03) 313 7424
Email: ps@psusi.org.nz
Website: http://www.psusi.org.nz

Salvation Army
Detail: The salvation army provide assistance, care and resources to those in need in the community.
Phone: 03 313-2370
Email: rangiora_corps@nzf.salvationarmy.org
Website: http://www.salvationarmy.org.nz/
Location: 12 Ashley Street, Rangiora 7400

Citizens Advice Bureau
Detail: We provide a free and confidential service on any issue including consumer rights, legal information, budgeting, health and welfare issues, employment rights, housing and tenancy issues, unemployment problems, education and training, personal and family issues, and immigration needs. We offer a free legal information service and Justice of the Peace service. We also provide the booking service for the St John Health Shuttle for North Canterbury.
Telephone: (03) 313 8822
Freephone: 0800 367 222
Email: northcanterbury@cab.org.nz
Address: 141 Percival St, Rangiora, 7400
Website: http://www.cab.org.nz

Driving Miss Daisy

Detail: Live life to the full with our safe, friendly, and reliable community companion service. We provide transportation services for the elderly, children, disabled and for anyone who is unable to drive from A to B. We offer you independence and peace of mind, enabling you to get out, have fun, and add some zing into your everyday living. Our special service also provides assistance in and out of the car, going to appointments, shopping and company on outings. Special needs are catered for including assistance with a walker or wheelchair. We are ACC Registered Vendors, and we accept Total Mobility Vouchers.
Address: North Canterbury
Email – northcanterbury@drivingmissdaisy.co.nz
Website: https://drivingmissdaisy.co.nz/
Business phone number – 03 312 2936 or 0800 948 432


Rangiora Newcomers Network
Detail: Rangiora Newcomers Network can offer you friendship and support through various activities. You may also get support with settlement issues. Y
Contact: http://www.newcomers.co.nz/contact-branch/?form-id=13&branch=Rangiora
Website: http://www.newcomers.co.nz/regions/canterbury/rangiora/


Community Energy Action

Address: 299 Tuam Street, Central Christchurch

Telephone: (03) 374 7222

Email: info@cea.co.nz


Community Energy Action (CEA) is a charitable trust that helps people to keep warm, dry, healthy and energy efficient in their homes. Some of their services include insulation (subsidies available), free, recycled curtains, and free, independent energy advice. Their services are available in Canterbury (from Ashburton to Kaikoura) and the West Coast. Financial assistance is available for vulnerable households, including community services card holders.  You can pop into their Christchurch based display room to see energy saving products, call 0800 GET WARM, email info@cea.co.nz or visit www.cea.co.nz for energy saving information and advice.

Rangiora Women’s Institute
Detail: The WI helps to make better use of leisure time by encouraging a variety of talents and help to others less fortunate, organizing outings, joining in drama, choral and craft work and enjoying fellowship with other members.
Meeting Times: 1.30 pm on the 3rd Thursday in the Kippenberger Lounge, Rangiora RSA, Rangiora
Phone: 04 801 5553
Executive Officer Email for Colleen Dryden: exec@wi.org.nz

Lions Club of Rangiora
Address: 92 Kippenberger Avenue, Rangiora 7400
Email: Lions.secretary.rng@gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.lionsclubs.org.nz/
Phone: 03 313-3542 (Tini Lawry, Club Secretary)

Rotary Club of Rangiora
Address: Saracens Rugby Club rooms, Northern A & P Showgrounds, Ashley Street , Rangiora, 7400
Phone: 03 312 6100
Email: info@rangiorarotary.co.nz
Website: http://www.rangiorarotary.co.nz

Rangiora Combined Club
Detail: An active Club that does not have a waiting list for new members. General meetings with interesting speakers are on the first Wednesday of the month; a coffee group going out to a local café on the second Wednesday and an outing on the third Wednesday
Meeting Times: 1st Wednesday, except January, 10am
Phone: 03 310-7676
Address: Rangiora Bridge Club, 33 Good Street, Rangiora 7400
Email: rangioracp@gmail.com

Rangiora Art Society
Detail: Promoting and supporting artists in the Rangiora area. The group was formed in 1959 and now has a membership of around 130 most of whom attend our weekly sessions and/or show work at the annual Spring Exhibition held in the Rangiora Bowling Club rooms on the first weekend of September.
Postal address: Tracy Parker (RAS) P.O. Box 658, RANGIORA, 7440.
Website: http://www.rangioraart.org.nz/
Email: andrew.pip.dobson@xtra.co.nz

Rangiora Returned Services Association
Detail: Rangiora RSA branch – The RSA was formed in New Zealand in 1916 by returning Anzacs during World War One to provide support and comfort for service men and their families. It still carries on this legacy providing support to current and former service people, and people within the community.
Address: 82 82 Victoria St, Rangiora 7400
Phone: 03-313 7123
Website: http://www.rangiorarsa.nz/
Email: rangiorarsa@paradise.net.nz

Rangiora Promotions
Detail: The Rangiora Promotions Association promotes the town of Rangiora and the businesses within it. In support of the community the Association organises several key Rangiora Events throughout the year and also provides businesses with promotion opportunities.
Telephone 021 191 0103
Email: rangiorapromotions@gmail.com
Website: http://www.rangiorapromotions.co.nz/

Rangiora Scout Group
Detail: Every year Scouts help young people in New Zealand enjoy new adventures; to experience the outdoors; interact with others, gain confidence and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Working alongside their youth members are thousands of adult volunteers, with a huge variety of roles and opportunities available. The programmes that on offer cater to the boys and girls development in the physical, emotional, spiritual and mental aspects of their lives in an appropriately safe environment where they are encouraged to be themselves, work together and thrive.
Address: Rangiora Scout Den, 61 Church Street, Rangiora
Phone: 0800 SCOUTS
Website: https://www.scouts.org.nz/

Waimakariri Line Dancing & Rangiora Line Dancers
Tel: 03 313 6878

New Zealand Federation of Young Farmers Clubs. Rangiora Branch
Detail: To bring together people who are interested or involved in agriculture in the Oxford and Rangiora district. To organise/run/participate in fun activities/competitions for the enjoyment of all who attend, e.g. touch, stock judging, young farmer competition, leadership weekends, etc.
Bus. Phone: 03 303-3059
Postal Address: C/- PO Box 50, Methven, 7730
Web Site: http://www.youngfarmers.co.nz
Email: sarah.russell@youngfarmers.co.nz (Manager)