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Philanthropy

Grants and Scholarships

At Perpetual Guardian it is our privilege to manage the largest number of registered Charitable Trusts in New Zealand. We administer over 550 Charitable Trusts on behalf of the generous legacies of our clients. In 2016, this translated to approximately $30 million invested in the community through grants and scholarships.

Our Vision

Our vision is for stronger New Zealand communities where everyone thrives.

Strategy

Our grants strategy is to facilitate our clients enduring legacy – providing expert guidance to maximise impact and ensuring their goals and wishes are managed with integrity.

Applying for Funding

You can download our Granting Schedule – this shows what grants and scholarships are available and when.

Open for Applications:

The Strathlachlan Fund

Thursday, 23rd February to Thursday, 30th March 2017
Focus on changing the causes of women’s vulnerability.

Fund Guideline | Application Form

Whakapaupakihi 6 & 7 Lands Trust

Thursday 26th January to Thursday 13th April

Grant for land owners in Whakapaupakihi 6 & 7 and their descendants only.

Application Form

Onuku Maori Lands Trust

Thursday 26th January to Thursday 13th April

Grant for land owners in Onuku and their descendants only. Please see website for more information.

Website | Application Form

Otama Marere Trust

Thursday 26th January to Thursday 13th April

Grant for land owners in Paengaroa A3/2B and their descendants only. Please see website for more information

Website | Application Form

Contact us

If you have questions regarding Grants and Scholarships, would like to find out how you can leave an enduring legacy or would simply like to be added to our mailing list please email philanthropy@pgtrust.co.nz.

Grant Kemble, CEO, shared this whakatauki at the 2016 Rose Hellaby Māori Education Awards

“Ko te manu e kai ana i te miro, nona te ngahere – ko te manu e kai ana i te matauranga, nona te ao.”

The bird who feeds on the miro berry has the forest. The bird that feeds on knowledge has the world.

- Grant Kemble, CEO, shared this whakatauki at the 2016 Rose Hellaby Māori Education Awards

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