Do you like wine? Do you like to have the convenience of deliveries direct to your home or office? Would you like a way of donating to the Rainbow NZ Charitable Trust without it costing you anything? We have a great new way for people to help us raise funds that go directly back to
Following a unanimous decision by Trustees at a special Trust Board meeting last night the Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust (RNZCT) is announcing that it is withdrawing sponsorship of key events put on by the Auckland Pride Board and in particular the Auckland Pride Parade 2019. The Trustees consider Pride’s decision to refuse the NZ
Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust is pleased to announce that following an inspirational address by the Rt Hon. Helen Clark, introduced by Chris Carter, the Auction made a record $43,000! This achievement was made possible thanks to the generosity of our key Sponsors KPMG, Southern Cross Healthcare, AUT and Grey Lynn Tyreworx; the many donors
Helen Clark is confirmed to be the guest speaker at the Rainbow Dinner and Auction fundraiser to be held Sunday 9 September at the Cordis Hotel (formally Langham). This is the first fundraising event the Trust has held for two years and is a key part of the change early this year when the GABA Charitable Trust became the Rainbow New
The Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust is seeking to appoint up to four new Trustees to join the existing Trustees and expand representation from Auckland to nationwide. We are seeking individuals who can demonstrate any of the following attributes: Engagement with their LGBTQI+ community, events and activities. Experience in fundraising. Skills that will aid the
Rainbow NZ Trust ally Mai Chen is at it again! Leading the way for diversity with the SuperDiverseWomen initiative and the new #MyIdentity campaign. Rainbow NZ Trust Board Member Cathy Parker has been working closely these organisations to raise awareness of transgender people and the LGBTQI+ community generally. Cathy featured as a guest speaker at the
Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust‘s tertiary scholarship programme is one of the three critical distribution channels. It delivers funding for LGBTQI+ high-school leavers entering their first year of university, provides contacts and ongoing support. The need grows every year and the calibre of applicants is outstanding! And the selection process very humbling. These young people
It was formally announced by Chairperson Gresham Bradley at the Feb 7 Rainbow Auckland Mixer that the GABA Charitable Trust has changed to become the Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust. “After 18 years of activity fundraising and providing financial help to the LGBTQI+ community in New Zealand, the new name better reflects what was always our
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2012 GABA Trust Tertiary Scholarship winner The Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust does an enormous amount of exciting work behind the scenes, raising and distributing funds back to the LGBTQI+ community through Community Grants and sponsorship for the Auckland Pride Parade and Festival. Our third funding stream is the Tertiary Scholarship programme. We’d like to