We are proud to announce that we are sponsors and supporters of the following organisations:
This charitable trust looks after children aged 5-15 living with cancer. Five camps are held annually throughout New Zealand and are staffed by volunteers. The aim is to bring as much fun into the children’s lives as possible during the week-long camps. Each child is supported by a companion (aged 18 or over) who looks after them on camp. New companions and supporters are welcome. For more information click here.
Ngati Porou Inter Marae Sports Festival ”Pa Wars”
Ngati Porou Inter Marae Sports Festival “Pa Wars” is an annual event held on the East Coast of the North Island. Pa Wars provides a fun, relaxed, positive and novel opportunity for Ngati Porou Marae to interact with each other, promote healthy life style practices and to increase Ngati Porou whanau and hapu participation in sports and recreational activities. For information on Pa Wars, click here.
Wellington Young Professionals “WYP”
WYP is Wellington’s leading networking organisation for young professionals, established to nurture personal and professional development. For more information on WYP, click here.
Lions operate clubs throughout the country, supporting local communities as well as national and international humanitarian programmes. Rainey Collins has for many years supported these Lions activities both around Wellington and New Zealand. Partner, Alan Knowsley has been honourary legal counsel for the New Zealand Council since 1999 and was previously Wellington Area honourary legal counsel for 14 years. For more information about Lions Clubs, click here.
Toi Whakaari (New Zealand Drama School)
Toi Whakaari is a training facility for the dramatic arts providing students with a supportive and stimulating environment that enables them to learn the skills of their craft. They aim to lead in the training of actors, directors, technicians and designers in performing arts, both nationally and internationally. Rainey Collins Partner, James Johnston, has been a Board Member since 2006 and was recently elected Chairman. For more information on Toi Whakaari, click here.
Te Awe Wellington Maori Business Network is a non-profit organisation and is the oldest Maori Business Network operating in New Zealand. Te Awe has a strong membership base representing small to medium sized businesses through to large corporates. Te Awe’s purpose is to promote, assist and encourage Maori in business through regular networking Hui where Maori business owners meet and share their business successes and challenges. Rainey Collins Partner, Peter Johnston, has been Chair of Te Awe since 2005. For more information on Te Awe, click here.