Rainey Collins is pleased to announce that they have become a sponsor of the Pride Awards Trust which recognises and rewards achievement by young people from the Wellington Region. We have donated legal services to the Trust during 2012 and recently arranged to continue supporting the trust with its legal requirements into 2013 and beyond. We are very happy to be associated with the Trust and the Awards and to… Continue reading
Rainey Collins Chairman James Johnston has announced that the firm has recently agreed to continue its support of the Wellington Young Professionals (WYP) for a further 2 years. WYP is Wellington’s leading networking organisation for young professionals, established to nurture personal and professional development.
Rainey Collins has been involved with WYP since its formation in Wellington and we are pleased to continue supporting Wellingtons Young Professionals… Continue reading
Rainey Collins is supporting this fundraising event, so if you see people around the office in odd shoes on Friday 14 September don’t be alarmed.
The aim of Odd Shoe day is to raise awareness of Camp Quality, raise funds to help keep the camps going and encourage people who are interested to volunteer to help.
Camp Quality is a charity that looks after children living with cancer. … Continue reading
Recently representatives from Lions Clubs throughout New Zealand, plus some from Australia and Indonesia attended the annual conference in Hamilton. Partner, Alan Knowsley, was present as Honorary Legal Counsel to assist the National Council and AGM with legal and constitutional matters… Continue reading
Rainey Collins was delighted to support the Te Awe Wellington Maori Business Network Charity Golf Classic in Wellington recently.
The golf classic brought together a wide cross section of business leaders and business groups. Participants included FOMANA Capital, Poutama Business Trust, Business New Zealand, Westpac Bank, Ricoh New Zealand, Lake Taupo Finance Limited, Maori Education Trust and Te Kohanga Reo National Trust.
Rainey Collins put up a $10,000… Continue reading