What we do...

Social Activities

We organize activities and events to help those who need healthy social contact. Our volunteers provide a positive and stimulating environment that encourages participation and creates renewed confidence, happiness and lasting relationships with both our volunteers and our elderly.

Support Services

Age Concern provides free and confidential Elder Abuse Response Services throughout New Zealand. We employ professional staff to work with older people / kaumātua and their family / whanau to provide support and advice towards reducing the harm caused by elder abuse and neglect.

Advice and Guides

Age Concern produces a range of printed and recorded publications on topics of particular interest to older people, their families
and caregivers. Some electronic versions are also available for download. Resources are also available through your local branches of Age Concern.

Join us here in our Rotorua branch for social activities, events, advice and support.

Donations provide much needed funds for maintaining resources used by our members.

The occasional and regular help that volunteers provide is greatly appreciated and valued by us.

Latest News

Charity Garage Sale in conjunction with Ray White Real Estate

Charity Garage Sale in conjunction with Ray White Real Estate

On Saturday the 15th February Age Concern will be teaming up with Ray White Real Estate to hold a Giant Charity Garage Sale and Auction. The Garage Sale will be held in a large marque which will be on the Ngongotaha Lakefront Reserve at the Whare Aroha…

Agewise/Staying Safe older driver refresher training.

Agewise/Staying Safe older driver refresher training.

Rotorua Lakes Council and Age Concern are joining in partnership to provide a free Road Safety update for the over 65's. The programme that is run by RLC is called Agewise and has been operating successfully for a number of years. The programme being run…

Positive Ageing Expo in Rotorua in 2020 a 'one-stop shop'

Positive Ageing Expo in Rotorua in 2020 a 'one-stop shop'

If you were lucky enough to attend the Positive Ageing Expo in April of 2019 you will certainly want to attend in March 2020 and bring along your friends.

Elder Abuse Awareness

Elder Abuse Awareness

Age Concern Rotorua now has some funding of $6,000 from St Joan's Charitable Trust to support individuals and families where Elder Abuse is suspected. Family Focus has the local contract for Elder Abuse and we are working together to help reduce this…

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