Our Community

Our team are proud Northlanders, living and working in Whangarei.  We are passionate about our community, our district and our region, and strongly believe in supporting and contributing to the wellbeing of the community through the following worthy and well-respected organisations.

North Haven Hospice

North Haven Hospice provides specialist palliative care to those living with life-limiting illness, from the elderly to those from younger generations. North Haven Hospice provide specialist palliative care with a community heart, delivered by a team of highly-trained medical professionals, backed up by a dedicated administration, fundraising and communications team and nearly 600 volunteers, ensuring a professional, world-class standard of care across the Whangarei District.


Cancer Society Northland

The Cancer Society in Northland is dedicated to reducing the incidence of cancer and ensuring the best cancer care for everyone in our region. They are committed to working with Northland communities, providing information, support, research and health promotion services.


Northland Rugby

The Northland Rugby Union (NRU) was founded in 1920 and is the governing body of rugby union in Northland. Northland has a long and proud history of players representing the Province and the NRU strive to provide quality rugby facilities that promote and nurture the sport Kiwis know and love.


Northland Hockey Association

Hockey Northland is fully committed to delivering quality hockey facilities to the Northland community. The facility has three astro-grass water turfs and includes a full bar/kitchen and lounge/conference room. A historical grandstand from the Kensington Racecourse has been located to the facility and restored, situated underneath this is the indoor training centre & a conference room facility.

Project Promise

Project Promise was established by the Northland Community Foundation (NCF) to raise $3 million through community fundraising to build a new cancer centre in Whangarei to better serve the people of Northland. The $3m target was reached in 2014 and the Jim Carney Cancer Treatment Centre was officially opened in late 2014.



We also proudly support the Cystic Fibrosis Association of New Zealand (Northland) and St Francis Xavier Catholic School.