Report by the Working Party on Registration, Reporting and Monitoring of Charities
The Working Party on Registration, Reporting and Monitoring of Charities was appointed on 27 November 2001, to make recommendations to the Government on a registration, reporting and monitoring regime for charities and to provide comment on other identified issues.
The first report, dated 28 February 2002, deals with registration reporting and monitoring.
The second report, dated 31 May 2002, deals with the issues relating to the definition of charitable purpose, and New Zealand charities with overseas purposes.
Working Party members were:
- Sid Ashton (Chairperson), former Chief Executive Officer of Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu
- Frank Claridge, Treasurer of the Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind
- Gordon Copeland, Chair of the Inter Church Working Party on Taxation, Financial Administrator of the Catholic Archdiocese of Wellington
- Pat Hanley, Manager of the Association of Non Governmental organisations of Aotearoa and Chair of the Social and Civic Policy Institute
- Judith Timpany, Chair of Philanthropy New Zealand, Executive Director of the Whanganui Community Foundation
- Hemi-Rua Rapata, Chairman of the Federation of Maori Authorities o Aotearoa; the Taitokerau Federation of Maori Authorities; the Matauri X Incorporation
- Pat Webster, Former Executive Director of the Council for International Development, Executive Member of Non Governmental organisations of Aotearoa, Trustee of the Social and Civic Policy Institute
- This document was originally published on Treasury's website at http://www.treasury.govt.nz/charities, but this link is no longer available.
- The PDF was sourced from the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine: https://web.archive.org/web/20021010112253/www.treasury.govt.nz/charities
- This publication was added to the tax policy website on 5 April 2022.