Organisation Website Principal Contact Postal Address Description
1 JR McKenzie Trust Iain Hines Box 10 006, Wellington The purpose of the JR McKenzie Trust is to improve the quality of life of New Zealanders who have special needs, or face disadvantage.
2 NZ Council of Christian Social Services Jeremy Irvine Box 12 090, Thorndon, Wgtn The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services works for a just and compassionate society in Aotearoa New Zealand
3 Saints Information Ltd Louise Parkin Box 2453 Wgtn A New Zealand company offering a range of research and information management consultancy services to clients worldwide. Offices are located in Wellington, New Zealand and London, UK.
4 UNITEC New Zealand Margy-Jean Malcolm P Bag 92025, Auckland Graduate Diploma in Not for Profit Management programme and associated short courses


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1 Abbeyfield New Zealand Inc Chris Armstrong Box 482, Nelson A volunteer-based NFP providing affordable family-style housing for lonely older people who seek independence, companionship and safety.
2 Action for Children and Youth Aotearoa Allison Blaiklock PO Box 41532, St Lukes, Auckland 1346 ACYA's main purpose is to promote the wellbeing of children and youth.
3 Alzheimers Auckland Inc Box 24-237, Royal Oak 1003 Our organisation's sole purpose is to help all people affected by dementia, their carers, family, friends and whanau, providing information, education and support to enable and empower people and make their lives better.
4 Amnesty International Aotearoa New Zealand Patrick Holmes Box 5300, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141 A global, independent movement of people contributing to the promotion of human rights and international campaigning against some of the most serious violations
5 Arahura Charitable Trust Steph Askeur Box 47-729, Ponsonby, Auckland Supporting people with Mental Health difficulties in Central Auckland for over 30 years, primarily through supported accommodation - the goal is recovery.
6 Arts Access Aotearoa / Whakahauhau Katoa O Hanga Jan Hinde Box 9828, Te Aro, Wellington 6141 Works with organisations in the social service sector, and communities of people with limited access to the arts, to stimulate them to undertake arts projects, develop their own arts activities independently and develop partnerships with funding organisations and art groups.
7 Association of Blind Citizens Rosemary Wilkinson Box 7144, Wellington South A national organisation of, and for, blind citizens of New Zealand
8 Autism New Zealand Inc Alison Molloy PO Box 42-052, Tower Junction, Christchurch 8149 Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with autism, Asperger syndrome, those with associated conditions, their family/whanau and those who support them.
9 Barnardos NZ Peter Gerrie 85 Ghuznee Street, Wellington At Barnardos New Zealand we believe Ko Nga Tamariki I Te Tuatahi - Children Come First. We offer a range of child and family services and early childhood care and education in communites throughout New Zealand. We also speak out for children because it is vital that their best interests and needs are addressed.
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10 Birthright New Zealand Box 6302, Wellington A national organisation which works to support, strengthen and advocate for one-parent families.
11 Capital PHO Margaret-Anne Day PO Box 27-380, Marion Square, Wellington Capital PHO have the challenge of working with our very diverse population with enthusiasm, energy and a strong commitment to support our community and an important part of our activities is support and improving access to primary health care. We also work with our fellow NGO's providers and community leaders providing information and programmes that strengthen our people's ability to improve and maintain wellness.
12 CCS Disability Action Vicki Terrell Box 6349, Marion Sq, Wellington New Zealand’s leading provider of support and services to people with physical disabilities. We are also a leading advocate for the rights of disabled people.
13 Community Housing Aotearoa Therese Quinlivan Box 11 543 Manners St, Wellington CHAI is a national umbrella group for organisations involved in community housing
14 CORSO Louise McKinlay-Birkin Box 1375, Dunedin 9054
15 Council for International Development David Culverhouse PO Box 24 228, Wellington 6142 CID works to achieve effective high quality international development programmes which focus on the alleviation and eradication of poverty
16 Counselling Services Centre under construction Emma Castle PO Box 76-473, Manukau City, Auckland Our organisation works with victims of sexual abuse and sexual assault.  Our service also includes providing services to those whose lives are affected by domestic violence, homicide, suicide, relationship difficulties, grief, addictions and depression.   Our clients are specifically children, families and women.
17 Cycling Advocates' Network Robert Ibell PO Box 6491, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141 CAN aims to make cycling an everyday activity in Aotearoa/New Zealand. CAN is a national voice for recreational, touring and transport cyclists, promoting cycling as an enjoyable, healthy, low-cost and environmentally friendly activity.
18 Diabetes New Zealand Sarah Thomson Box 12 441, Wellington Working with member societies to enhance the quality of life for people with diabetes.
19 Disabled Persons Assembly (NZ) Inc Gary Williams Box 27-524, Wellington 6035 DPA is the collective voice of people with disability in New Zealand based on principles of human rights and equal value of life.
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20 Dunedin Community Care Trust Barney Cooper PO Box 2304, Dunedin 9044 Supporting people with intellectual disabilities and/or autistic spectrum disorders to support themselves
21 Dunedin Community Volunteer Centre Trust Belinda Le Lievre L1,Community Hse, 283 Moray Pl, Dunedin
22 Engineers for Social Responsibility John La Roche C/- PDP, PO Box 389, Christchurch To encourage and support a humane, principled professional ethic and social responsibility in the uses of technology, and to inform and educate the engineering profession, general public and policy makers about the positive and negative impacts of technology
23 Family Planning Jackie Edmond Box 11 515, Wellington Family Planning works to promote a positive view of sexuality and to enable people to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health and well-being
24 Federation of Women's Health Councils Barbara Beckford c/- 17 Weenink Rd, Greymouth
25 Federation of Workers Educational Assns of NZ Lynda Young Box 12103, Wellington Advancing, encouraging and providing adult and community education that promotes a just and equitable society in accordance with Te Tiriti o Waitangi/the Treaty of Waitangi.
26 Funding Information Service Inc Kevin Haunui Box 1521, Wellington A not-for-profit organisation collecting and distributing information about funding by way of searchable computer databases
27 Health and Disability Sector NGO Working Group Muno Richards To build a strong, respectful, innovative and proactive relationship between the Ministry of health and the health and disability NGOs, including Maori and Pacific NGOs.
28 HealthCare Aotearoa Petra van den Munckhof PO Box 6036, Marion Square, Wellington 6141 To improve the health of New Zealanders through the provision of an effective, comprehensive quality programme for community based health services
29 Human Rights in Education Ced Simpson PO Box 11234, Manners Street, Wellington 6142
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30 IHC Karen Roberts Box 4155, Wellington IHC provides services to people with intellectual disabilities and their families, and is committed to the inclusion of all people with intellectual disabilities in their local communities
31 Interpreting NZ Inc Christine Goodman PO Box 6472, Wellington NGO providing and advocating for professional . interpreting services for non-English speakers. Branches: Interpreting Wellington and Interpreting Canterbury (Christchurch). Trains and provides onsite and telephone interpreters in around 70 languages. Available 24 hours, seven days a week.  Also offers interpreting workshops for user agencies.
32 Literacy Aotearoa Peter Isaacs Private Bag 78800, Grey Lynn, Auckland Literacy is a basic human right. We are a treaty-based organisation providing a nationwide service, which is delivered by tuition, involving paid and volunteer personnel
33 Lower Hutt Women's Centre Stephanie Brockman 186 Knights Road, Lower Hutt Lower Hutt Women's Centre is a community resource centre for women, teenage girls and children, working towards and with, education, empowerment, the promotion of mental health, healing and recovery for all women and families in the community. We seek to address feminist goals which seek to empower, support, educate and resource women to lead full and meaningful lives and to work toward social justice and equity.
34 Mental Health Foundation Judi Clements Box 10051, Dominion Rd, Auckland What we know about is much less daunting than what we fear from lack of knowledge. The Foundation defines mental health promotion as 'the process of enabling people to gain control over and improve their mental health and wellbeing'.
35 Mount Tabor Trust Inc Mike Popple PO Box 121, Rodney, Helensville 0800 Residential provider for intellectually disabled adults; houses in Auckland, Henderson, Helensville
36 Muscular Dystrophy Association Mary Foster Box 16 238, Sandringham, Auckland We aim to improve the quality of life for all people with Neuromuscular conditions and their families
37 Natural Fertility NZ Inc Christine Harris PO Box 5402, Lambton Quay, Wellington NFNZ promotes understanding and awareness of fertility to individuals and couples wanting to achieve pregnancy or avoid pregnancy. Educators throughout NZ teach the Sympto- Thermal method of natural family planning, particularly suitable for breastfeeding mothers. Contracted by DHBs to provide services NZ Wide throught face-to face & distance education.
38 Network Waitangi Otautahi Katherine Peet c/- Christchurch Community House, 141 Hereford St, Christchurch 8001
39 New Zealand Union of Students Associations (NZUSA) Joey Randall Box 10-191, The Terrace, Wellington A federation of 13 constituent student associations, NZUSA advocates for the common and collective concerns of students. NZUSA represents approximately 180,000 students at Universities, Colleges of Education and Polytechnics.
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40 NIU Development Inc Mali Erick Box 74177, Market Rd, Newmarket To be proactive in harnessing the energies of Niue and Pacific people and available resources for the purpose of achieving social, economic and political parity whilst preserving their Niue and Pacific heritage and identity
41 Northland Urban Rural Mission (NURM) Tim Howard Box 5098, Whangarei Focuses on Community Development and Social Justice within the vision of a Tiriti-Justice future
42 NZ Association Resource Centre Trust Rosemarie Dawson Box 34-530, Birkenhead, North Shore The goal of the Association Resource centre Trust is to provide assistance and support to not-for-profit organisations and charitable trusts.
43 NZ Council of Social Services Ros Rice PO Box 24236, Manners Street, Wellington NZCOSS is a national umbrella organisation for local Councils of Social Services throughout Aotearoa New Zealand
44 NZ Federation of Family Budgeting Services Raewyn Fox PO Box 24382, Wellington 6040 The NZFFBS Inc is dedicated to the development of budgeting skills through free, supportive, confidential and culturally aware services.
45 NZ Federation of Graduate Women Inc Dorothy Page PO Box 6566, Dunedin Calling women graduates of Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of Education, and Wänanga to join one of the world's most influential organisations for women!
46 NZ Federation of Voluntary Welfare Organisations Tina Reid Box 9577, Wellington The New Zealand Federation of Voluntary Welfare Organisations is a national umbrella group for voluntary social service agencies.
47 NZ Red Cross Sara Williams PO Box 12-069, Thorndon, Wellington 6144 The Mission of NZ Red Cross is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilising the power of humanity and enhancing community resilience. Within NZ we achieve this mission through participation in the identification and delivery of essential social services, working in partnership with other organisations.
48 Parents Centres New Zealand Inc Viv Gurrey PO Box 54128, Mana, Wellington Parents Centres New Zealand Inc has the largest parenting based infrastructure in New Zealand with 50 Centres across the country delivering childbirth education, parent education and support services to parents with children aged 0-6 years.
49 Platform Marion Blake Box 6380, Marion Sq, Wellington Platform exists to give voice to the non-government organisations (NGOs) that provide health and disability services in communities throughout New Zealand.
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50 PositiveNZ Trust Nathan Livingstone PO Box 40452, Glenfield, Northshore City 0747 The PositiveNZ Trust is a community orientated charitable organisation involving the public to help fund support programmes for depression, anxiety, drug, and alcohol use
51 Prison Fellowship New Zealand Robin Gunston PO Box 40-657, Upper Hutt 5140 Prison Fellowship is a national organisation affilliated to Prison Fellowship International. It provides programmes and services to prisoners, their families and those working in the prison system, and aims to be a force for change in the NZ justice system.
52 Relationship Services Jeff Sanders Box 2729, Wellington National Counselling and education agency
53 Royal NZ Foundation of the Blind Paula Daye P Bag 99941, Newmarket, Auckland The Royal NZ Foundation of the Blind is New Zealand's primary service provider for blind, vision-impaired and deafblind people
54 Rural Women New Zealand Margaret Chapman Box 12-021, Wellington Strengthening Rural Communities: Rural Women New Zealand serves women of all ages who share an interest in rural life
55 Schizophrenia Fellowship NZ Inc Simone Smith PO Box 12-236, Wellington 6144 SF New Zealand aims to provide the best possible information, support, education and advocacy for family/whanau of people experiencing a major mental illness.
56 SECPHO South East and City Primary Health Organisation Kellie Poutu Flat 1/24 Byron Street, Miramar, PO Box 7398, Wellington South A collective of 29 member organisations in the City, Eastern and Southern suburbs of Wellington, having formed a charitable trust with the objects of delivering health and health-related services, as a community-led organisation. Based at the Newtown Union Health Service
57 Social and Civic Policy Institute David Robinson 113 Creswick Tce, Northland To promote, carry out, and disseminate the findings of research, discussion and policy development on matters of social and community concern.
58 Social Service Providers Aotearoa Inc Jocelyn Wilson Box 127, Otaki To support service providers to make a world of difference in their comminities through their work with children and families.
59 Sustainable Aotearoa New Zealand Inc (SANZ) Wendy Reid PO Box 11421, Ellerslie 1542, Auckland Sanz is a charitable organisation and works to encourage a change in values that will create a more sustainable future in terms of ecological integrity, economic viability and a just society for present and future generations. SANZ works in partnership with the NZ National Commission for UNESCO to coordinate activities under the United Nation Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (UNDESD), 2005-2014
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60 Sustainable Otautahi Christchurch www.sustainablechristchurch.or ... John Peet Box 2216, Christchurch Mail Centre SOC's registered charitable aim, which recognises Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi as a foundation, is to actively contribute within Otautahi-Christchurch to opportunities and means for achievement of long term sustainability.
61 Te Waiariki Purea Trust Laurie Durand Box 95, Rotorua To provide quality education programmes for all people, and to provide opportunities for all people to participate in recreation, sporting and outdoor activities.
62 The Social Services ITO - Te Kaiawhina Ahumahi Rory Truell Box 2637, Wellington The purpose of the Social Services ITO is to build a highly qualified social services workforce that provides the best possible care for our communities. Nā manaakitanga ka puta ko te kōtahitanga, nā te kōtahitanga ka puta ko te kaitiakitanga.
63 Volunteering Canterbury Ruth Gardner Box 13-698, Christchurch 8031 An incorporated charitable trust that supports and promotes volunteering. We uphold the integrity of volunteering and the rights of volunteers. We can help match individual interests with groups who need volunteers
64 Volunteering New Zealand Tim Burns Box 24-526, Manners St, Wellington The Voice of Volunteering; to research, promote and support volunteering.
65 Wellington People's Centre www.wellingtonpeoplescentre.or ... Jocelyn Frances O'Kane Box 9491, Wellington A membership-based co-operative organisation run by and for people on benefits or low wages with the vision of providing affordable high quality services and advocacy.
66 Wellink Trust Elizabeth Richardson PO Box 6516, Marion Square, Wellington 6141 Wellink Trust provides responsive, recovery focused, services for people who experience mental illness. Support is provided via community and residential services. We cover the greater Wellington region, providing support to a minimum of 200 people. Wellink has a distinctive reputation for innovative peer led services.
67 Wesley Community Action ... David Hanna Box 9932, Marion Sq, Wellington WCA provides a range of residential and community based services for young people, families and the elderly: the social services arm of Wesley Wellington Parish.
68 Western Bay of Plenty Disability Support Trust Adrienne Gravatt 219 Ngatai Road, Otumoetai, Tauranga 3110 To provide the services of advocacy, promotion, education, prevention, support and information for people with disabilities in the region.
69 Womens' International League for Peace and Freedom. Diana Unwin Box 2054 Wellington Founded in 1915, WILPF works to achieve world disarmament, full rights for women, racial and economic justice, and an end to all forms of violence.
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70 Youthline Auckland Charitable Trust Chris Starrenburg PO Box 8670, Symonds Street, Auckland 1150 Offers a wide range of services and programmes aimed at young people and their communities. This includes phone, email and text message counselling and referral services; programmes and seminars to strengthen youth health; face to face, family therapy and pregnancy counselling; youth leadership development programmes; self awareness, communication and basic youth and community counselling training; research; policy advice
71 YWCA of Aotearoa NZ Tonelle Horner Floor 3, 75 Ghuznee Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011 The purpose of the YWCA of Aotearoa NZ is to work for individual and community change by empowering women, especially young women, to develop and exercise their individual and collective leadership through enhancing their spiritual, physical, mental and cultural well-being. We are committed to addressing all forms of oppression, so that women may together attain social and economic justice.