HPF membership benefits

When your organisation joins the Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand Runanga Whakapiki Ake I Te Hauora o Aotearoa (HPF), you will gain three major benefits as a member

1. Member of a collective movement that leads, informs and shapes the direction of health promotion as a public health discipline with a global outreach, national influence and local relevance.

2. ‘Discounts and other offers on our workshops and courses.

3. Gain knowledge and skills for the on-going professional development of your staff.

Aims and objectives

Membership of the Forum is open to any organisation with similar aims and objectives and who receive no revenue or gain from either the tobacco industry or companies with a financial interest in the tobacco industry. The range of member organisations includes community groups; NGOs; MoH funded and independent health promotion agencies and public health units; Iwi, urban and Marae based Maori health providers; Pacific community health providers; academic departments; specific issue focused and advocacy organisations; government departments and policy units; local authorities etc.

Up to 10 FTE

NZD 55 - yearly

11 to 50 FTE

NZD 80 - yearly

51 to 99 FTE

NZD 110 - yearly

100 or more FTE

NZD 200 - yearly

A
Age Concern Lower North Region 
Age Concern Mid Region (formerly Age Concern Taupo Inc) 
Age Concern New Zealand 
Age Concern Northern Region 
Age Concern Southern Region (formerly Age Concern Otago Ltd) 
Alcohol Healthwatch 
Anxiety New Zealand Trust 
Ara Institute of Canterbury Ltd 
Ashburton Community Alcohol & Drug Svcs 
AUT University - Health & Environmental Sciences 
B - F
Cancer Society - Wellington Div
Cancer Society of NZ - Central Districts 
Cancer Society of NZ - Otago & Southland 
Cancer Society Waikato Bay of Plenty 
Comprehensive Care 
Crown Institute of Studies 
Digital Indigenous.com Ltd 
Eastern Bay Primary Health Alliance 
Eldernet Ltd 
Evolve Wellington Youth Service 

H - N
Hapai Te Hauora Tapui Ltd 
Health Action Trust
Health Promotion Agency (HPA) 
Health Quality and Safety Commission 
Healthwest Ltd 
HIVE Solution Makers 
Mana Wahine 
Manukau Institute of Technology - Nursing & Health Studies
Maori Women's Welfare League - Ngati Uepohatu Branch 
Nelson Marlborough District Health Board
New Zealand Lactation Consultants Association
NZ AIDS Foundation - Auckland
NZ College Public Health Medicine

O - S
Otara Health Charitable Trust
Pacific Health Service Hutt Valley
Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Aotearoa
Problem Gambling Foundation of NZ - Auckland
Prostate Cancer Foundation
Public Health Association of NZ
Public Health South (Southern DHB)
Quigley and Watts
Recreation Therapy New Zealand 
Regional Public Health
Royal NZ Plunket Trust (National Office)
ScreenSouth (formerly Breast Screen South)

T - W
TÅ«mua Innovation Ltd
Taranaki Public Health Unit (formerly Health Foundation)
TaylorMade Training and Consulting
Te Ao Hou Trust
Te Hiku Hauora
Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki (PHO)
Te TÄ pui Atawhai (Auckland City Mission)
Te Wana Trust
The Asian Network Inc (TANI)
The Essence Ltd
The Fono
THETA (The Theatre in Health Education Trust)
Toi Te Ora Public Health, Bay of Plenty DHB
Unitec New Zealand Limited (formerly Institute of Technology) 
University of Canterbury
Waitemata DHB Bowel Screening
Whanganui DHB - Public Health
Women's Health Action Trust 
Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa

Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa

Age Concern Auckland Inc

Alcohol Healthwatch Trust - Auckland

Anamata Cafe

Cancer Society

Cancer Society

Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa

Health Action Trust

Hapai Te Hauora

Hawkes Bay DHB

Massey University

NZ Aids Foundation

Otara Health Charitable Trust

Problem Gambling Foundation of NZ

Royal New Zealand Plunket Trust

Taranaki DHB

The Asian Network Inc. (TANI)

The Fono

Toi Te Ora – Public Health, Tauranga/Whakatane

Unitec Institute of Technology – Department of Social & Health Services

University of Canterbury - School of Health Sciences