The Governance of Anglican Care involves:
- The Trust Board;
- The Annual Reports;
- The Charity Registration; and
- The Act that constituted Anglican Care.
Anglican Care Governance—The Trust Board
Anglican Care is governed by a Trust Board. The purpose of the Board is to ensure that Anglican Care achieves its objectives and operates appropriately.
The Trust Board is currently made up of the following members:
- The Rt Rev’d Dr Peter Carrell (Warden)
- Miss Jane Evans (Chair)
- Ms Steffi Brightwell
- Mr Chas Muir
- Rev’d Ben Randall
- Mr Neil Shewan
Anglican Care—Reports and Finance
Please click on the links below to view our annual report and financial statements.
- Anglican Care—2022 Annual Report
- Social Service Council of the Diocese of Christchurch—2022 Annual Financial Statements
Anglican Care—The Charity
Anglican Care is registered with the NZ Government Charities Services as a charity. The Registration number is CC 27132. You can check this by visiting the Anglican Care page on the Charities Registration website.
The History of Anglican Care—The 1952 Act
The Social Service Council of the Diocese of Christchurch Act was passed in 1952.
This was an act to constitute and incorporate the Social Service Council of the Diocese of Christchurch, and to dissolve certain Boards in order that their functions may be taken over and their property vested in the Social Service Council of the Diocese of Christchurch, and to provide for trusts and incidental matters.
A full copy of the 1952 Act can be downloaded here: Social Service Council of theDiocese of Christchurch Act 1952