The Chinese Positive Ageing Charitable Trust was established to assist with the physical and psychological well-being of Chinese seniors in New Zealand. It aims to enhance the holistic health of Chinese elderly by maintaining regular social contacts in the community.
CrossNet is a network of community minded people in East Auckland and has become an important Community Hub for those committed to building community by supporting each other, using their abilities and resources. CrossNet links people with each other and creates communities of like minded people with common goals.
Driving Miss Daisy is ideal if you don’t drive or no longer drive at night or greater distances. It provdes transport and extra support to help you get out and about, including going to appointments, shopping, company on outings and help getting in and out of the car. Special needs are catered for including assistance with a walker or wheelchair.
Probus club in East Auckland. Social club for professional, business and retired or semi retired people. Not a service club, more for fun. Guest speakers, trips, ten-pin bowling and rummicub. Luncheon Group and Book Club etc
Freedom Drivers provide a caring, friendly and reliable alternative to taxis. If you need extra help, they’ll assist you from your door to the car, accompany you to appointments or pick you up afterwards. They also provide companion assistance with shopping, picking up scripts, going out for a cuppa or scenic drive, and help with walkers or wheelchairs.
Giving Time is a nursing consultancy service that assists older citizens to access first class support. Founded aged care specialist, Kaye Davies, it’s designed to help you navigate potential changes in your health circumstances.
Grey Power is dedicated to the welfare, interests and concerns of the many people who are over 50 years and is a neutral but assertive voice of influence in the political arena with no party political affiliation.
Howick Bowling Club has been going for over 100 years and is the biggest and one of the top clubs in Auckland. Set near the historical village of Howick the club has three grass and two artificial greens enabling play all year round.
We encourage people to come earlier to see Floral Show bench displays. Many members bring their lunch at 12 noon and share time together. We have a mixture of activities offering demonstrations by Floral artists and workshops. All skill levels are encouraged. Afternoon tea is served at the end of the day when all can view the floral exhibits.