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.
We are thrilled to announce that Mike McRoberts, son of Ōtautahi Christchurch and award winning journalist, has agreed to become the fund ambassador for the Greater Christchurch Earthquake Memorial Fund.
Please click through to download our FY2020 Annual Report. We are very pleased to announce that since our establishment in late 2017, we have raised $12.4M for causes and projects in greater Ōtautahi Christchurch.
The Christchurch Foundation enjoyed two successful events hosting speaker and world explorer Tim Jarvis on 4 and 5 December, 2020.
Click through to read more about our Vital Signs research, the wrap up of the Our People, Our City fund, and the Te Ahu Patiki project.
You may have seen recent media coverage around our research called Vital Signs. This work is key to us being able to deliver informed donor led philanthropy.
Our Chief Executive, Amy Carter, recently spoke with The Institute of Directors about The Christchurch Foundation's approach to governance and our plans to grow our model of philanthropy.
Click through to learn more about why and how we are working with Meridian Energy to bring Tūī back to our city and its surrounds.
Our Women’s Fund speaker series continues with another fabulous wāhine, Sacha Mc Meeking. Sacha works at the University of Canterbury where she is the Head of School for Maori and Indigenous studies.
Meet Caira. She is one of our Women's Fund award winners this year. She is passionate about curbing climate change and thinks you should be too. Click through to find out more...
This year we have selected Erin Manning to receive a Women's Fund award. Her work at Perinatal Wellbeing Canterbury is fantastic. Click through to learn more about Erin, her work and how she is planning on creating resource toolkits for her team!
The 2020 Women's Fund award winners have been announced. Click through to hear more about Jo Bailey and her work with Uniting Canterbury Women.