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Charity Summary

Charity Details

Kaikoura St. John Foundation Trust

Registration details

March 31

Address for service

PO Box 112
Perpetual Trust Ltd
PO Box 112

Charity's other details

027 201 3310

Group Members

Below are all the members of St John. Click into the individual members below to view their charity summary.

Member Charities
Kaikoura St. John Foundation Trust
Order of St John Great Barrier Island
St John Alexandra Area Committee
St John Ambulance Financial Control Board - Timaru
St John Amuri Area Committee
St John Ashburton Area Committee
St John Banks Peninsula Area Committee
St John Bay Of Islands Area Committee
St John Benneydale Area Committee
The Priory In New Zealand of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem

Purpose & Structure

Charitable Purpose

We’re on a journey towards becoming a truly integral part of New Zealand’s community health care solution of the future. The Vision for St John is enhanced health and well being for all New Zealanders.

Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.

Makes grants to organisations (including schools or other charities)


Accommodation / housing, Education / training / research, Emergency / disaster relief, Social services, Fund-raising, People with disabilities, Promotion of volunteering

Other (please state)

(The Order of St John Kaikoura), General public

Entity Structure

The governing body of St John worldwide is its Grand Council. In New Zealand the Priory Chapter is responsible for all of the work of St John in New Zealand but delegates authority to the Priory Trust Board to oversee day-to-day activities, including the activities of the Regional Trust Boards. The Priory Trust Board subcommittees focus on remuneration, risk and audit, and clinical governance. The Priory Trust Board appoints the Chief Executive Officer.

Annual Returns

Annual Returns are due within 6 months of a charity’s balance date (financial year-end), or a longer period if an extension has been granted.


This charity has been granted an exemption from filing an annual return by 31 December 2008 under Section 43 of the Charities Act 2005. The first annual return is due by 31 December 2009.

Please note: This charity is a member of a Group which submits Consolidated Annual Returns. To view these Annual Returns on the Group Summary click here. Any Annual Returns listed below were submitted when this charity was a single entity.

Due Date Date Submitted Total Income Total Expenditure Financial Statements Annual Return Summary
30/09/2020 Member of 'St John' group - click here to view Annual Return
30/09/2019 Member of 'St John' group - click here to view Annual Return
31/12/2018 Member of 'St John' group - click here to view Annual Return
31/12/2017 Member of 'St John' group - click here to view Annual Return
31/12/2016 Member of 'St John' group - click here to view Annual Return
31/12/2015 Member of 'St John' group - click here to view Annual Return
31/12/2014 15/12/2014 $0 $0
31/12/2013 23/12/2013 $4,948 $3,375
31/12/2012 18/02/2013 $6,945 $12,681
30/09/2011 23/12/2011 $8,019 $8,617

Officer Details


Officer Name Position Effective Date
Mark Hislop Elected Officer 1/06/2012
Daniel Laxton Smith Trustee 14/06/2000
Perpetual Trust Limited Trustee 23/04/1997

Past Officers

Officer Name Position Past Since
Henry Clement Higgs Trustee 1/01/2013
Jeremy Richards Trustee 1/01/2013

Charity Updates

Here is a list of all the details changed by the charity, for example adding or removing officers, amending rules, changing balance dates or updating address details.
Date Created Reference View Summary (.pdf <1MB)
24/07/2018 NOC013
15/12/2016 NOC009
19/03/2013 NOC004
15/02/2013 AR005
7/11/2011 NOC003
8/12/2009 AR002
7/10/2009 NOC002

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