Published on 11/05/2023
The Simplicity Foundation has donated $183,000 to four of our key charity partners, bringing total donations to $5,851,634.
This is the first round of grant funding this year, as the Foundation made a series of one-off donations in February to support Auckland's flooding and Cyclone Gabrielle recovery.
The latest recipients are:
Trees That Count - to keep up to date with member growth, $35,000 has been donated so another 5,000 native trees can be planted.
Student Volunteer Army - $75,000 to continue helping SVA grow the Service Award programme, which encourages, recognises and rewards volunteering by school students within their communities.
Consumer NZ - $25,000 provides ongoing support for Consumer NZ’s Utua Atu programme, aimed at providing information and advocacy support for vulnerable consumers.
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