A network of friendship & support for seniors

Virtual Village East is a local network of mutual support and friendship that helps older people in the East Auckland community connect with each other, live independently and enjoy life.

Virtually as good as a retirement village

As you get older, it’s vital to stay connected to your community and sometimes, to have a little support from others as well. Based on our five pillars of ageing well,Virtual Village East provides many of the benefits of a retirement village – activities, friendship and access to support services – so that you can keep living in your own home, your way.

What’s on

  • Drop In Coffee Group

    September coffee & catch-up

    BRING A FEW COPIES OF YOUR FAVOURITE RECIPES TO SHARE This casual monthly get-together is a great opportunity to get to know other seniors over a cuppa. All welcome! Tuesday 29 September, 10.30am to 12.30pm, Te Tuhi, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga. 

  • Book swap

    If you’re interested in reading, join us at this relaxed get-together with other liked-minded readers. Share, swap, recommend and generally talk about books over a cuppa. To reserve a place, please email Lee at co-ordinator@virtual-village-east.org.nz or phone her on 538 0827

  • October coffee & catch-up

    This relaxed get-together is a great opportunity to meet other seniors and get to know each other over a cuppa.

  • The NEW VVE walking group

    If you like to walk, then come along and enjoy the company of others as we walk through Lloyd Elsmore Park. A variety of paths are available to suit every need. Coffee will follow at the Cafe afterwards. Meet 10am at the Homestead Cafe.

Keep up to date

Download our latest newsletter and view the latest calendar of activities.

Virtual Village East in Action

Virtual Village East is designed to support seniors in East Auckland, including Howick, Pakuranga, Botany, Flat Bush and East Tamaki.

Keen to get involved?

New members and volunteers are always welcome

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