Take 10 is a place to take a break pubs and clubs. Clint Schoultz, President of VSCT, says It was established for provide a “a safe space for young people whenthere are in the city”.
Supported by Wellington City Council, ten between 800–5500 people pass and use one or more of their service every nightyou During the weekend.
So, what can you expect if you visit Take 10? Flittle water, lollipopsyou can Stop to charge your phone, player some gamesreceive first aid, and have a friendly to discuss.
Beyond providing for young people in town take 10 too Support in the 11-16 age group with Take 10 Arvo‘s.
“Take 10 Arvo’s is safe, fun hanging out space for young people to go after school. We have games, food, workshops, laptops and lots of interaction but also quiet spaces for those who just want to relax,” Clint said.
Je after-school program Courses to Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Linden Community Center and Fridays at the Johnsonville Collective Community Hub from 3–5 p.m. No reservations are required, just show up and log in.
Take 10 already has a fantastic group of volunteers, but they are always looking for new people to join the team!
To become a good volunteer, all you have to do to be is empathetic, friendly, enjoys interacting with people, and to be available at least once a month. Training and support provided, and volunteers receive pizza, hot drinks and a safe ride home.