Sponsorships

There are so many worthy causes and making decisions about which ones to support is difficult. We are passionate about a variety of causes that we foster relationships with, usually as a result of our own interests and those of our families, friends, clients and colleagues.

We work with various charities, education institutions, clubs and other organisations that do outstanding work in the community. As well as donations, we enjoy working alongside them, providing advice on strategic issues and pro bono legal services.

Here are some of the organisations that we have associations with.

Adopt a Christchurch Family

Adopt a Christchurch Family

If you're wondering how best to support the Christchurch earthquake appeal, we recommendadoptachristchurchfamily.com. This is a charitable trust that matches families with donors and ensures that all of your donation reaches distressed families who need urgent support.

The University of Auckland

Auckland University Department of Property Annual Graduation Dinner

Graduation Dinner Property graduates are the industry's future and the Auckland University Department of Business is a leader in the education field in bringing first class graduates into the industry. Knight Coldicutt has been the Gold Plus sponsor of this department for several years and values the contribution that it can make in nurturing the next generation of property specialists.

www.business.auckland.ac.nz/property
Peter Snell Institute of Sport

Kiwi Can

Kiwi Can is a life skills and values programme for year 1 to year 8 students in schools throughout New Zealand. Its aim is to help build children's self-esteem towards a positive future by building confi dence, respect for themselves and others and teaching them to be better prepared to handle the challenges and opportunities that life presents. The charity was established by a Knight Coldicutt client and the firm maintains a close association and involvement with its work through Kerry Knight's position as Chairman of the Auckland branch.

www.kiwican.org.nz

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