Every two years the philanthropic and grantmaking sector comes together for our only national gathering, the Philanthropy Summit. The next Philanthropy Summit is 15 – 17 May, 2019 in Wellington, New Zealand. The three-day Summit… Read more »
We’re proud to offer a one-day Treaty workshop tailored specifically for those working in funding. It is designed to be particularly helpful for non-Māori funders who want to question and explore the Treaty’s implications in… Read more »
The role of young people in philanthropy, grantmaking, and socially-minded entrepreneurship is critical. They are the next generation sitting around the tables of family foundations; the designers of new business models that have social contribution… Read more »
After six years as General Manager of Spark Foundation, Lynne Le Gros is returning to the corporate arm of Spark. We’ve asked her a few questions about her time leading one the country’s largest corporate foundations (and… Read more »
Lawyer and soon-to-be mum of three, Melissa Gibson is Chairperson of The Len Reynolds Trust which was established in 1966 by farmers Len and Ada. The Trust aims to build partnerships with Waikato community organisations by… Read more »
A two-day professional development programme for grant staff with a goal of creating greater impact from a thriving, connected, grantmaking and community funding sector. Held in Wellington.
Following the convening of funders of the arts in March, PNZ is delighted to announce the establishment of Arts Funders’ Network and the first Network meeting.
Julia Hunter is the Donations Manager for a family charity, Hugo Charitable Trust (“Hugo”). Hugo was founded in May 2017 by Maryanne Green to honour the legacy of her father, Hugh Green, and the values… Read more »
From the Philanthropy Sector Meeting with Government May 2018 Oranga Marae Funding Partnership: get involved Robyn Nicholas from DIA/Lotteries is very interested in talking with anyone from our sector about participating in a new partnership… Read more »
Philanthropy New Zealand CE Tony Paine explores the current trends in impact investing where your investment decisions can match your mission. For most of its history, philanthropy has seen wealth-making and donating as two very separate activities requiring… Read more »