A-OK Ambassadors are regional representatives who have volunteered to help bring A-OK life-supporting initiatives into the 13 regions across New Zealand.
Their key role is to:
Raise awareness of life-supporting conversations for everyone
Promote the availability of workshops in your region & engage locally
Build relationships with local funding sources and sponsorship
opportunities to enable your region to attend the workshops for free
Build opportunities and events that spread life-supporting community -led initiatives and events.
Build a team of Ambassador supporters to further support their
Profiling different Acts of Kindness across their region to build life-supporting communities
Representing your community at our national meetings
Amplifying a local voice that highlights community-led solutions to build life- supporting communities and suicide prevention.
Become a resource or connector to other local resources in your community
Benefits and Support
Be part of national team of ambassadors that meet three times a year.
Receive free training from the A-OK workshop range
Receive weekly support from our National Communications Manager
Lead and guide the work we do in your region
The usual time committed to this role is 5-10 a month
Be the first to hear of our newest workshop developments and community-led solutions.
An opportunity to become an A-OK trainer after 18 months of being active in your ambassador role.
An opportunity for employment as we grow together.
An opportunity to travel with our National Communications Manager as extra support and representation is needed.