NEXT founders Neal and Annette Plowman, with The Tindall Foundation founders Sir Stephen and Lady Margaret Tindall.
NEXT was privileged to host two of New Zealand’s most generous philanthropic couples at a recent NEXT Outlook breakfast which put the spotlight on strategic philanthropy.
NEXT founders Neal and Annette Plowman, and The Tindall Foundation founders Sir Stephen and Lady Margaret Tindall were among guests who attended to hear about a strategic philanthropy project The Tindall Foundation has embarked on with the Amokura Iwi Consortium.
Amokura Iwi Consortium CEO Rangimarie Price and The Tindall Foundation manager John McCarthy were guest speakers.
Transforming Taitokerau for Good is an economic strategy which is tikanga led, for Maori and by Maori and owned by a consortium of iwi in the North of New Zealand, Amokura.
The Tindall Foundation is supporting the initiative via a strategic philanthropic model – working alongside them with both financial and non financial support.
The Tindall Foundation manager John McCarthy, Amokura Iwi Consortium CEO Rangimarie Price, The Tindall Foundation founder Sir Stephen Tindall, and NEXT Outlook host Ewen Anderson.
NEXT Outlook guest speakers, John McCarthy and Rangimarie Price.
Amokura Iwi Consortium CEO Rangimarie Price.
A full house of friends of NEXT, The Tindall Foundation and Amokura Iwi Consortium attended the event.