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Grey Power is a not-for-profit advocacy organisation dedicated to the welfare, interests, and concerns of all those citizens in the 50+ age group. Grey Power is an assertive voice of influence in the political arena with no political party affiliation.

In Marlborough, Grey Power collaborates with a number of organisations and community groups such as Marlborough District Council, the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board, Age Concern, and the Older Person's Forum.


Grey Power Marlborough holds monthly members' meetings to address topics of interest.

Members also benefit from the yearly discount guide.

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Are you 50+?

Grey Power is open to all New Zealanders over 50 years old. If you live in Marlborough or you are planning to move here soon, we invite you to fill in our online form or contact our office and ask how you can join us.

Membership price: $29 for an individual; $43 for a joint/couple

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Members' Discount Guide

Benefits and discounted services for subscribed members of

Grey Power Marlborough Inc.

Click here to view online or contact our office to ask for a copy.

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Grey Power Electricity

Grey Power NZ brings you competitive prices, transparent billing, and flexible payment options. 

Note: Grey Power Marlborough is separate from Grey Power Electricity. For enquiries regarding Grey Power Electricity,

call 0800 473 976 or click here

  • To advance, support and protect the welfare and wellbeing of older people.

  • To affirm and protect the statutory right of every New Zealand resident to a sufficient New Zealand Superannuation entitlement.

  • To strive for a provision of quality healthcare to all New Zealand residents regardless of income and location.

  • To oppose all discriminatory and disadvantageous legislation affecting rights, security, and dignity.

  • To be non-aligned with any political party, and to present a strong united lobby to all Parliament and statutory bodies on matters affecting New Zealanders.

  • To promote and establish links with kindred organizations.

  • To gain recognition as an appropriate voice for all older New Zealanders.

Our Aims and Objectives

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