Our Vision: Auckland – the world’s most active city.
Aktive is committed to helping people and communities across Auckland to achieve sporting habits for life. As both Sport New Zealand ‘s and Auckland Council’s strategic partner in Auckland, this means investing in organisations and projects that will get more people recreating and playing sport, with focuses on young people and identified communities.
With a region as large, as populated and as culturally and geographically diverse as Auckland, alignment is crucial to get the best for, and out of, Auckland.
Our Strategic Priorities
More Aucklanders More Active
With a particular focus on school aged children and low-participation communities, and an emphasis on introducing and supporting more coaches.
Stakeholder Alignment and Sector Development
Especially shared services, coach development and supporting sporting codes’ capability development.
Spaces and Places
Improving access to facilities and spaces for all Aucklanders.
Read our Strategic Plan 2015-2020 here.
We work with and through a number of national and regional partners to fund and deliver Community Sport in Auckland. This includes Sport New Zealand, Auckland Council, Foundation North, the NZCT, Lion Foundation, Sport Auckland, Harbour Sport, Sport Waitakere, CLM Community Sport-Counties Manukau and College Sport, as well as a number of commercial sponsors.
Find out more about the work we do here.
Read our Annual Report, past and present here.
Read InterAktive – our eMagazine showcasing Aktive in action across the region here.
Aktive is governed by an eight-member Board that brings a wealth of sport, business and governance experience to the table. Our Board is supported by a team that is passionate about making positive change for the Auckland sport and recreation sector.
To see our Board and Staff details click here.
Consistent with our strategic priority to work collaboratively and align with a broad range of stakeholders, advisory groups have been formed with experts providing guidance to Aktive in the following areas:
- Aktive Māori Advisory Group
- Tertiary Advisory Group
- Regional KiwiSport Advisory Group
- Organised Sport Advisory Group
- Aquatic Advisory Group