The BLACKCAPS and England’s first T20 match of the Series in Christchurch generated $220,000 in gate sales, gifted to the Sports Inclusivity Fund administered by The Christchurch Foundation.
We are part of a nationwide family/whanau of Community Foundations. Like any family we are all a little different from each other, but share a common bond. This video explains more.
Paul Bingham talks about his motivation for joining our board; to see our city flourish and become the city we all want for the next generation.
Our listening project led by independent adviser Raf Manji has come to an end. His report will be presented to our trustees later this month. Click for more information.
New Zealand Cricket, along with their event partners, have generously gifted gate takings from today's (1/11/2019) T20 match against England to our new Fund.
In late October 2019 we began our activities in the USA and Canada.
Joanna Norris, CEO of ChristchurchNZ, explains the benefits of partnering with the Christchurch Foundation.
We are now further along in our listening project gathering ideas from those most impacted by March 15 have around the distribution of the Our People, Our City fund.
The Christchurch Foundation is pleased to announce the three winners for 2019, Azaria Howell, Cate Grace, and Lynette Diaz.
The Fund and awards were established on September 19, 2018 to celebrate Otautahi/Christchurch’s proud tradition of female leadership, to acknowledge and support our current leaders working at the grassroots within our communities, and to inspire future female leaders.
We are thrilled to share that The Chills have announced they are giving us $10k USD for the Our People, Our City Fund.
Find out more about where we are at in terms of collecting in, caring for and distributing in response to the March 15 attacks.
We are now mid way through the time we allocated to listening to ideas those most impacted by March 15 have around the use of the Our People, Our City fund.