News
  • 05 Apr

    NEXT hosts Sir Richard Branson to Predator Free Rotoroa Island

    NEXT was privileged to host international entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Richard Branson on a visit to Rotoroa Island - as part of his interest in New Zealand’s mission to become Predator Free by 2050.  read more

  • 23 Mar

    Sir Rob Fenwick - Vision for a Predator Free NZ 2050

    NEXT environmental advisor Sir Rob Fenwick has declared a call to arms to protect our country - in a national battle against invasive predators.  read more

  • 07 Mar

    Philanthropy & Impact Investing

    David Thomas and his wife sold their mail order wine business for $A160miiliion - and decided to give half of it away.  read more

  • 14 Feb

    Collaboration and harnessing the power passion and talent of the school Principal is key to developing stronger leadership in schools …

    ..according to Ian Narev, Chair of the NEXT supported Springboard Trust and CEO of the Australian Commonwealth Bank.  read more

  • 09 Feb

    NEXT Foundation Board Update

    NEXT Foundation has today confirmed its Chairman Chris Liddell is stepping down as non-executive Chairman. Chris’ resignation follows his appointment as Assistant to the President and Director of Strategic Initiatives in the United States Administration.  read more

  • 19 Jan

    NEXT EOI Process Deferred

    NEXT Foundation is pleased to be supporting eight New Zealand environment and education organisations, in addition to the five Foundation initiatives that the trustees had committed to before NEXT’s 2014 launch.   read more

  • 19 Dec

    NEXT Review

    NEXT is pleased to present its inaugural Review - documenting the NEXT journey over its first two and a half years.  read more

  • 28 Nov

    Education Futurist Frances Valintine Advice to NEXT Generation

    Educational futurist and The Mind Lab founder Frances Valintine questions whether Kiwi millennials are ready for the changes technology is bringing.  read more

  • 28 Nov

    NEXT Chairman Chris Liddell on Why Talking Matters, Matters

    NEXT Chairman Chris Liddell appears on TVNZ 1 Breakfast to discuss NEXT’s latest investment in Talking Matters, a campaign to promote communication with babies in their first 1000 days. read more