Philanthropy New Zealand talks to Leighton Evans about his recent appointment as Chief Executive of the Rātā Foundation. This new appointment sees Leighton move to Christchurch from Gisborne, where he held senior leadership roles in… Read more »
Join our Waikato Funders Network meeting on Monday 6th November in Hamilton. Registration is free.
It will be interesting to see whether the new Government makes more use of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a guide to progress in New Zealand. The SDGs haven’t really been on… Read more »
For Simplicity founder Sam Stubbs making philanthropy part of his business was simply “the right thing to do.” In August last year, Sam, former CEO of Tower Investment, launched Simplicity, a not-for-profit fund manager that is hard-wired… Read more »
The Philanthropy New Zealand (PNZ) Board is pleased to announce that nominations for TWO positions for Board Members have opened. PNZ grantmaker members are warmly invited to consider whether they wish to contribute to our… Read more »
Philanthropy New Zealand is taking to the road this October and stopping in Rotorua, the Wairarapa, Nelson and Dunedin with interactive one-day workshops exploring current trends and effective practices in grantmaking and investment governance.
Genevieve Northey, Donations Programme Manager, The Tindall Foundation asks “what is our next generation’s freshwater story going to be?” At the recent Freshwater Symposium held in Wellington by Local Government New Zealand, two journalists posed… Read more »
The Social Enterprise World Forum saw over 1600 people from the world of purpose-driven business and investing gather in Christchurch last week. The philanthropic sector was well represented, and it is clear that our grantmaking… Read more »
Georgie Ferrari was appointed Chief Executive of the Wellington Community Trust in August. Philanthropy New Zealand spoke to Georgie about her journey in the not-for-profit sector and her new role. Georgie brings more than 25… Read more »
An organisation’s history can often throw a useful light on situations that boards are confronting now, writes governance expert Graeme Nahkies. Many boards spend an inordinate and unproductive amount of their meeting time pouring over… Read more »