Presbyterian Support Central

Caring. Enabling. Supporting.

We provide social services 
that support and empower
people and communities
to flourish

Annual Reports

Empowering people, families and communities

The following is an abridged 2016/17 report from PSC CEO Chris Graham and Board Chair Peter Sherwin. You can read the full report and highlights from PSC in 2016/17 by downloading PSC’s annual report. The report is produced in a calendar format and includes a range of stories and statistics. For a printed copy of the annual report email us or phone the PSC team on 04 439 4900.

2016/17 PSC Chair and CEO Report

PSC is dedicated to supporting, empowering and strengthening lives spanning all age groups. Through Family Works we focus on those who are socially disadvantaged including the most marginalised. Through Enliven we support the elders of our communities to ‘thrive, not just survive’ by creating elder-centred communities that focus on holistic wellbeing.

Financial performance 
In the 2016/17 financial year PSC generated a surplus of $3.085m. However, this was only
achieved on the back of strong performance from our investment funds and licence to occupy retirement villas and apartments.

Property development
Earlier this year we announced plans to carry out a major home and retirement apartment development at Kilmarnock Heights Home in Wellington South.

In addition, we now have resource consent to develop 43 retirement apartments at Longview Home in Tawa.

Strong and sustainable services
2017 saw Presbyterian Support (Enliven) awarded the Most Trusted in Aged Care and Retirement Villages for 2017 by the independently commissioned 2017 Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands survey.

Family Works  continued  to deliver a broad range of programmes to the at risk members of society. The work of our teams continues to elicit strong praise from clients, referrers and Government agencies.

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Previous Annual Reports

2015-16 

2014-15

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