You may not be aware that proposed changes to New Zealand’s Incorporated Societies legislation are going through Parliament at the moment. Here is an update on the changes. In May, the Government agreed to make a number of proposed changes to the Incorporated Societies Act. The Act was designed to provide guidance to New Zealanders
UHY Haines Norton are proud to have the opportunity to work with a large number of not for profit clients. These organisations operating in the not for profit sector work extremely hard and accomplish some incredible achievements. Here we share with you the story of one of these clients, Supreme Sikh Society of New Zealand.
All registered charities are now required to adhere to the new financial reporting and assurance standards as legalised by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). The new accounting standards applying to charities and not-for-profit entities have been passed by Parliament and include the minimum assurance requirements for all charities. All registered charities will
This year, instead of sending out printed Christmas cards to our clients and associates, we decided to donate the cost to a very worthy cause. The Waitakere Salvation Army – also known as The Faith Factory – is situated just around the corner from our Henderson office in View Road. Run by a very dedicated
Every year Foundation for Youth Development (FYD) Auckland is helping thousands of children and young people in West Auckland to discover possibility, transform lives, and reach their potential. Through proven and acclaimed programmes Kiwi Can, Project K and Stars, FYD is able to help build self-esteem, promote good values and teach valuable life, education and health
The historic Henderson Railway Station was officially re-opened last month at an event celebrating the completion of its much-anticipated restoration. The restoration project was the work of the Henderson Heritage Trust, headed by Michael Joyce, in an undertaking spanning no less than 13 years. It is a credit to the Trust’s nine trustees, who overcame