We are proud to partner with these phenomenal charities. We leverage Milford’s financial resources, expertise and commercial discipline to support their hard work to maximise the granting impact.
We are working to strengthen New Zealand communities through lenses of youth, education and the environment and will leverage our financial investment expertise and commercial discipline to do so.
Investing in Aotearoa New Zealand communities by creating sustainable opportunities for generations to prosper.
25 years ago Sir Graeme Dingle and Jo-anne Wilkinson, Lady Dingle, decided to dedicate their lives to helping Kiwi kids when they co-founded the Graeme Dingle Foundation in order to help change the negative youth statistics in our own backyard, here in New Zealand.
Barnardos 0800 What’s Up is a national helpline for children and young people offering free counselling via phone or online chat. Empowering tamariki and rangatahi is central to their counselling practice. Many of the children and young people who call are trusting an adult with their problems for the first time. The Barnardos 0800 What’s Up counsellors, are fully qualified professionals, are trained to listen and use all their skills to help callers and chatters.
We’re helping to create the conditions for the restoration of the mauri of the land, waters and communities of the Puhinui catchment. We’re supporting a Sustainable Business Network’s (SBN) programme creating and financing jobs for local rangatahi. This will contribute to a restoration vision led by mana whenua and the local community.
South Auckland suffers from the worst water quality, most of the waterways are piped and there are growing waste and stormwater problems.
The Village supports the marginalised in the Auckland community by providing services that bring hope.
This is a truly humble yet mighty and impactful charity facilitated by Sir Michael and Lady Maliena Jones.
MoneyTime is the most advanced financial literacy programme available to primary schools in New Zealand. With 30 online lessons and automatically marked quizzes, it covers the full spectrum of financial literacy. Utilising self-directed learning and gamification, it incorporates two of the hottest trends in education. Milford’s support of this programme is helping MoneyTime create a whole generation of financially confident New Zealanders.
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