Alzheimers New Zealand Charitable Trust
The Alzheimer’s New Zealand Charitable Trust Inc was established by way of Trust Deed on the 22
March 2004. At that time, it was the only Trust in New Zealand solely dedicated to raising funds
for dementia research.
For over eighteen years the Trust has been supported by a substantial number of contributors both
large and small. The Trustees are humbled and grateful for these donations rendered by the many
supporters who have recognised the vital role in advancing dementia research.
The Trustees decided, on the 6 April 2022, that the Trust be wound up and the assets be distributed
in accordance with its Trust Deed. A Deed of Dissolution will be completed on the 28 November
2022, this being the maturing date of the major asset of the Trust.
The net assets of the Trust will be distributed as follows and is in accordance with the formal
resolution of the three Trustees.
Alzheimer’s New Zealand: Two thirds of the funds – these funds to be dedicated to dementia medical and social research
Centre for Brain Research One third of the funds – these funds to be dedicated to support the Dementia Prevention Research Clinics.
The Alzheimer’s New Zealand Charitable Trust’s mission has always been to promote and support
dementia research – we now pass the mantle on to like-minded organisations such as the
beneficiaries of this Trust and ask that you support them in their endeavours.
Wendy Fleming CRSNZ – Chair
John Brandts-Giesen - Trustee
Michael Keyse - Trustee