Doing a world of good
The Parnell Hotel & Conference Centre Limited is a registered charity under the Charities Act 2005. Registration No: CC38203. The Hotel is owned by the Norman Barry Foundation, a charitable trust registered under the Charities Act 2005. Registration number is CC33047. The Foundation was setup after the passing of the Hotel’s Founder and Owner, Norman F B Barry.
All surplus funds from the Hotel operations go to charity, with an emphasis on community, health and research causes in New Zealand.
Over the period 2015—2020, The Parnell Hotel & Conference Centre Limited and the Norman Barry Foundation have collectively given over $2,400,000 in charitable donations to a number of local and national organisations, these larger donations include:
- KiwiNet $575,000
- Liggins Institute $450,000
- AL Rae Centre $250,000
- Koi Tū $150,000
- Two Cars Blind and Low Vision NZ
Donations made by the Hotel totalling $200,000 per annum to the following organisations include:
Coast Guard Northern Region; Stroke Foundation; Auckland Cystic Fibrosis Association; Blind and Low Vision NZ, Sisters of Mercy; Auckland City Mission; St John; Child Cancer Foundation; SPCA; Special Children’s Christmas Party, Yellow Eyed Penguin Trust; Heart Foundation and the Salvation Army.
The Parnell Hotel & Conference Centre is committed to delivering a Qualmark 4 Star experience and doing a world of good. Guests who stay with The Parnell Hotel & Conference Centre are helping to support these and many more organisations and charities throughout New Zealand.
The Parnell Hotel & Conference Centre Limited is proudly New Zealand Owned and Operated.
On behalf of the Directors of The Parnell Hotel & Conference Centre Limited we want to thank everyone for their ongoing support of our Hotel and our charitable work.