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Welcome


Grey Power is an advocacy organisation promoting the welfare and well being of our Senior Citizens. Our mission is to be the appropiate voice for all New Zealander aged 50+ . By joining Grey Power you will have the chance to have an influence in New Zealand as the voice of many.





















Our office is located at Room 19, 25 Alfred Street, Blenheim.​ You can find us in the Farmers Carpark in the corner down from Stevens.
We are open Monday - Friday 9am until 4.45pm
​March until the end of April each year our hours are 10am - 3.45pm to enable the staff to renew memberships








Have you renewed your membership this year? If not, pop into the office and we can do your renewal in a couple of minutes. If you are unsure, have a look for your yellow sticker on your card with the expiry date of 31/03/2019. Can't find it? give us a ring and we can have a look for you on the computer. 


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Hearing Aid Batteries. $6.00 for a card of 6


FREE $2,000 ACCIDENTAL DEATH AND DISMEMBERMENT POLICY.

​All members of Grey Power are covered as long as they stay financial members. Click the link below to visit AIL Insurance. At the time of new membership, you would have received a yellow card to fill in. If you have been members for quite some time and never received this or you don't know what this is. Please contact us and we will try to answer any question you may have.






'I have a hearing loss' badges. $8.00 each. Sold in the Grey Power Office.



Do you have a suggestion of where you would like a discount in our discount book?
If so, email Wendy and we will put it on our list. Likewise, if you have a company or work for a business that would be interested, we would really like to hear from you as our members enjoy a discount, and it is a fantastic price for 12 months  of  advertising.



LATEST INFORMATION FOR OUR MEMBERS

Minister Hon Nanaia Mahuta, has annouced that from 1st July 2018, eligible retirement village residents will be able to apply to their local council for a rates rebate. "The Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Act 2018, ensures that retirement village residents who do not own their unit, but pay fees to live there, are recognised as rate payers, and are therefore entitled to apply for a rebate," Say Minister Mahuta. Application forms and a declaration certificate will be on the Department of Internal Affairs website from 1st July 2018



Blenheim School need some help and we are wondering if you know any older people, who would be interested in helping out at Blenheim School with their homework club.
This would be 3pm - 3.30pm on Tuesday or Wednesday (this is yet to be confirmed) The people would get training on how to listen and give feedback in a positive way. They will also be helping with mathletics on the ipads. (kids know how to use them)
The kids at the school are lovely.
Blenheim School are looking for 13 people to help. 
Please contact Age Concern on 03 5793457




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