Becoming a member of the North Harbour Club is an extremely rewarding experience:
Make a difference to youth striving for excellence
Connections to other members
Options to host After 5 events
Establish and maintain a club of non-political character for Members to meet through regular lunches and social activities
Establish a charitable trust, 'The North Harbour Club Charitable Trust', to promote and develop local talent in the fields covered by the AIMES Awards
Support cultural, sporting and recreational activities in the region
Foster a spirit of pride in the region
Foster a 'good neighbour' and 'good citizen' ethos in the region
What are the ‘Criteria for Joining’?
See below but please also refer to the Application form for further detail:
To be a Member of the North Harbour Club you need to :-
What is the difference between Individual and Corporate Membership?
If you are a current Member and looking to engage more staff from your organisation, switching to a Corporate Membership is a fantastic option.
READY TO APPLY?
I am a current Member and have someone interested in joining - how do I sign them up?
Great! Start by sending them this Application form, ensuring they read all ‘Criteria for Joining’ and understand our conditions and requirements. You can then have then fill in the form (including the requested supporting documents) and send to Peter White – firstname.lastname@example.org. This will then be submitted at the next bi-monthly Trustee Meeting.
Who else is a Member?
A full membership listing is kept up to date under the 'Who We Are' section of the website. If you check out the local Channel magazine each month we also welcome any new Members with a photo and short bio. Be sure to make them feel welcome at the next event!
I want to contact another Member of the Club – where can I find their contact details?
This can easily be arranged through the North Harbour Connections initiative (refer to below for more info).
As a member of the North Harbour Club, you will be aware that often a key reason for joining the North Harbour Club is to meet existing members.
Sometimes it can be challenging to break into a group and for this reason the club has implemented a new initiative – ‘North Harbour Connections’. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for members to request an e-introduction to up to 4 other members which will include sharing contact details.
When the sharing emails are received, you have an opportunity to contact the other person and meet for a coffee and chat, establishing relationships within the club. The purpose of this meeting is to build relationships within the club. It is not, and should not be used as, an opportunity to “sell” to North Harbour Club members.
For your information, the full membership listing is here.
The reason we are limiting this to 4 connections a year is to ensure the focus is on networking and supporting youth rather than a push for new business.
Held at various member premises throughout the year. A great chance for you to catch up with other members and network in a casual environment. If you have someone interested in joining the Club this is a fantastic opportunity to bring them along.
Four lunches are hosted annually, generously sponsored by Lexus of North Shore (members Bob & Mark Jago). Members are encouraged to purchase a table for each lunch and host clients or staff - we always guarantee fabulous speakers, good food and fine wine.
Annual General Meeting
Recognising indviduals who contribute to the business world and the North Harbour community. A Black Tie dinner is hosted annually, generously sponsored by Milford Asset Management. Members are encouraged to purchase tickets for the event as new Laureates are inducted.
The highlight of our social calendar. This promises to be a special evening as we reward excellence, with a stellar entertainment line-up of talented past and present winners.