About Age Concern Hamilton

Age Concern Hamilton is part of the Age Concern New Zealand network of 34 councils throughout New Zealand.  Age Concern Hamilton was established in Hamilton in 1982 under the name of the Waikato Older People's Welfare Council.

It became an incorporated society in 1986 with the name Hamilton Age Concern Council Inc and in 1996 was renamed as Age Concern Hamilton Inc (HN/325269).

Age Concern Hamilton Inc became a registered charity on 12 March 2008 (Regn # CC21730) under the Charities Act 2006.

Age Concern is a community based not-for-profit organisation dedicated to enhancing quality of life for older people.  Each council offers a variety of services and information to help meet the needs of older people, families and communities in their area.

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Latest News

Latest News

Legislation Builds Stronger Charities

Scoop Media Release 7 February 2017

Legislation passed today will give New Zealanders more confidence and trust in our charities, Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Alfred Ngaro says.

The Charities Amendment Bill passed its Third Reading unanimously this evening and will soon be signed into law.

“Charities play a really important part in New Zealand society and it’s critical that our laws support their work,” Mr Ngaro says.

“This amendment makes three small but important changes, not least of which is making sure that those who evade tax are disqualified from managing the operations and funding of registered charities.

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