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Community services for older adults

Community Transport

A generous gift from the Stevenson Village Trust has enabled The Selwyn Foundation to purchase a fleet of three age-friendly vans, which can accommodate wheel chairs to offer a community transport service to Haumaru Housing tenants across Auckland.

We know from research that loneliness has a huge impact on the health and wellbeing of older people.

Being able to reconnect older people to their wider community and to others in a similar situation is paramount to their wellbeing.

Our vision is to be able to provide more and more older people with greater independence by providing reasonably priced and accessible community transport to community activities, and events they wish to access. These vans are equipped with GPS to ensure the safety of our staff and those older people we are transporting. 

Current Timetable

If you would like to view our current community transport timetable and upcoming activities and events, please request a timetable by filling in the form below. 


If you would like to volunteer as a driver please fill in the form below. 


If you would like to make a donation towards more community transport services, please click here and specify ‘community transport’, where it says ‘select a cause’.

Register your interest and we will give you a call

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    Activities and Events

    Our aim is to eliminate social isolation and loneliness from the lives of our older people. Weekly get-togethers at Selwyn Centres. As well as activities and events in the local community.

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    Selwyn Centres

    Friendship, help and support for older people. Drop in for a cup of tea at any of the following Selwyn Centres in your area.

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