In its decision dated 21 March 2018 the independent Charities Registration Board has decided to decline Greenpeace’s application to be a registered ch
Ending a charity - what to do with what's left
In March 2015, following an investigation by Charities Services, the Glenn Family Foundation Charitable Trust removed itself from the New Zealand...
The independent Charities Registration Board has decided to remove Destiny International Trust and Te Hahi o Nga Matamua Holdings Limited from the Cha
More than 200 people gathered in Wellington on 2 November 2017 to attend Charities Services’ Annual Meeting.
Lessons on compliance through case reports
What charities need to know about spam
In its decision dated 21 August 2017 the independent Charities Registration Board has decided to remove Family First New Zealand from the Charities...
Upcoming Election – things to think about as a charity
In celebration of volunteer week (18-24 June), here is some data on registered charities' volunteers and volunteer hours
Is being registered with Charities Services still right for your organisation?
In April 2013 the Independent Charities Registration Board made a decision to remove Family First New Zealand from the...
Since 2008, biennial surveys have been conducted to measure the levels of public trust and confidence in the charitable sector.
Exchange and Non-Exchange Revenue (Part 3) – Disclosures
Exchange and Non-Exchange Revenue (Part 2) – When to recognise it
We can now we keep you up to date with information of interest to registered charities and the not-for-profit sector through our Facebook page.
Exchange or Non-Exchange – which is it?
Charities Services received a number of questions before and during the Annual Meeting. We have provided detailed responses.
Today marks 10 years since the first charity was registered in New Zealand!
Debunking deregistration myths with data