Stories that inspire
Read news releases and feature stories from our newsletter. We hope they inspire you and demonstrate the dynamic potential of the not-for-profit sector.
A Bay of Islands charity’s project to generate its own solar electricity is expected to save it up to 80% on energy consumption.
The Greater Auckland Aquatic Action Plan (GAAAP) took the Community Collaboration award at the annual Sport NZ Sport and Recreation Awards ceremony, held in Wellington this week (Monday, 15 April).
Prime Minister John Key officially opened ASB Community Trust’s offices at 50 Ponsonby Road, Auckland on 5 April 2013.
Speech by ASB Community Trust Chair Ken Whitney for the official opening of Allendale House.
Speech by ASB Community Trust CEO Jennifer Gill for the official opening of Allendale House.
Thousands of Auckland schoolchildren will be able to enjoy the annual schools’ programme when the Auckland Writers’ and Readers’ Festival kicks off in May.
A facilities upgrade at North Shore’s Wakatere Boating Club has created a national resource for young Kiwi yachties.
Another nineteen students have graduated from the Trades At School programme, run by the C-Me Mentoring Foundation Trust.
On a recent visit to Whangarei’s Pukenui Forest, a group of schoolchildren learned some hard lessons about conservation – that the killers in the forest have to be killed.
The Trust has moved back to its historic home in Auckland’s Allendale House. Staff returned to the house at 50 Ponsonby Road after the Christmas break, following extensive renovations at the property during a two-year project that included building a modern office annex next door.
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A High Engagement Manager and a Corporate Services Manaager have been appointed at the Trust.
A new publication focused on the impact of the Trust’s Youth Health & Development (YHD) Fund is now available on our website.
The smartphone app launched last year to showcase New Zealand’s unique wildlife has topped the 20,000 download mark.
The second report from the ASB Community Trust’s Youth Health and Development Fund is now available to download. It describes the impact of the YHD Fund on capacity development during the fund’s first two years.