Naumai Haere mai!
Greetings and Welcome to the official website of the Waiariki Māori Women’s Welfare League
Te Roopu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora
On the 26th July 1998, 15 members signed an application to establish the Waiariki Māori Womens Welfare league as an Incorporated Society. The Waiariki Māori Womens Welfare league became a registered Incorporated Society on the 8th October 1999 under the Incorporated Society Act 1908 and amendments.
There are 2,150 members from 154 branches across all regions as at 30 June 2017. The Waiariki Māori Womens Welfare league has 291 members and 17 Branches.
The Waiariki Māori Womens Welfare league is an organisation that enables members to play an effective part in the cultural, spiritual, social, and economic development of Māori women, their whanau and their communities.