We were so impressed by the caliber of amazing talent in the greater Christchurch area. Click through to learn more about our grant winner - Phoebe Hurst!
Last week our Chief Executive, Amy Carter, met with the Christchurch City Council elected members and senior staff and asked for a reduction in the establishment grant for the 2022 and 2023 financial years.
Please click through to read a statement from Amy.
Empowering those most impacted by the shootings was something that both the Muslim communities of Ōtautahi and our donors desired as a positive outcome of 15 March 2019.
We are thrilled to share that our sister entity The Christchurch Foundation - NZ Ltd (based in the UK and a registered UK charity) has received its first major gift. The Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Trust is the beneficiary.
Internationally acclaimed Shakespearian actor and writer Ben Crystal has given us a grant for a talented actor who needs a little cash to assist them pursue their craft.
Join us on 16, 17 or 19 June preparing and planting trees at Living Springs.
Our Chair, Humphry Rolleston, has become a Distinguished Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Directors.
We are thrilled to share that our sister entity in the United Kingdom, The Christchurch Foundation New Zealand Ltd, has received its charitable registration.
Canterbury Cricket and Mainland Football are delighted to announce the appointment of Hussain Hanif to a newly created Ethnic Diversity and Inclusion Programme Manager role. The role has been funded from the Christchurch Foundation’s Sports Inclusivity Fund.
We are pleased to be supporting PRIDE Week 2021, kicking off with the unveiling of #ColourfulCashel showcasing and embracing our diverse community.
Our PRIDE Endowment Fund provides support and a positive profile to the LGBTQIA+ community, forever.
The Christchurch Foundation launched the Greater Christchurch Earthquake Memorial Fund to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the tragic events of the 22 February, 2011.