Other ways to help
Donations and volunteers mean a lot of us, but there are other ways of helping our cause.
By becoming an Age Concern member, you will receive our monthly newsletter, keeping you informed of our activities and progress. Membership runs from 1st April to 31st March. Individual membership is only $25 per year. Your membership fee will help support our work in the community and ensure we can continue to provide a valuable service to those in need. If you are interested in becoming a member, click the link below to fill out a Membership Form.
Age Concern organises landscaping services, home support services and trades services to assist older people with housework, gardening and home maintenance. Occasionally we require new people to fill these roles and this will be advised below. All home support workers are police vetted, interviewed by Age Concern Canterbury and are referee checked as well. Remuneration is on an hourly rate or by quotation.
For further information contact our email at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Will is a formal record of your wishes and of the way you want your assets distributed. It is a very important and necessary legal document which must be prepared and signed according to strict rules to be effective. You should seek help about this. If you die without making a Will, your estate (your money and property) will be divided between your near relatives in proportions fixed by law, which may not be what you wanted.
If you wish to make a gift of all or part of your estate to a specific organisation like Age Concern Rotorua this is called a Bequest. This may take the following forms:
- A percentage or financial portion of your estate
- A specific asset(s) such as property or shares
- A cash legacy
Leaving a bequest to Age Concern Rotorua will directly help older people enjoy a full life for more than your lifetime. If you wish to leave a Bequest or you are assisting someone who wants to leave a Bequest, please contact us either through our website, email or call us at 07 347 1539.