Our Partners

We are grateful for the support of our Partners who are pivotal in facilitating our work at InZone Education Foundation.

Auckland Grammar School

Auckland Grammar School is one of New Zealand’s leading secondary schools, with a reputation for all-round excellence, sporting and cultural pursuits.  Often referred to as ‘The Grammar Way’, Auckland Grammar School sets its standards very high, demanding excellence across all aspects of daily life.

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Epsom Girls Grammar School

Epsom Girls Grammar School (EGGS) is a leading New Zealand public secondary school, located in the centre of Epsom, Auckland. EGGS has been supporting the education of young women since 1917 and has historically had a vibrant multicultural student base.

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Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei was created to represent the hapū’s collective interest, to improve and advance the economic, social, environmental and cultural aspirations of their whānau.

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United Maāori Mission which was set up in 1937 to provide educational opportunities for disadvantaged Māori men and women and provide them with accommodation in its hostels while they take part in training programmes.  At its commencement, the InZone Project operated under the United Māori Mission umbrella, until in May 2013 the InZone Education Foundation was formed.

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First Foundation is a unique educational trust founded to assist academically talented New Zealander students worthy of support, a hand up to tertiary education, and to prepare them to positively influence and benefit their communities.

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Our Cornerstone Funders

We are grateful for the support of a number of charitable entities and corporations who have generously funded InZone Education Foundation’s operations and ongoing development.

Foundation North

Foundation North holds in trust for the Auckland and Northland communities an endowment, or pūtea, of over a billion dollars. This comes from the sale of the community’s shares in what was previously the Auckland Savings Bank.

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MinterEllisonRuddWatts

InZone is extremely fortunate to have the support and expertise of leading commercial law firm MinterEllisonRuddWatts.  Building long-term partnerships with organisations like InZone is typical of the culture and values of the company; all their staff are strongly encouraged to give their expertise back to the communities among which they live and work.

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Heartland Bank

Heartland  are committed to making their organisation a more diverse and inclusive place of work and have begun a number of initiatives with an initial focus on gender and ethnic diversity.

Heartland’s Board and Senior Management strongly believe that not only does diversity foster creativity and innovation – because people from different walks of life tackle problems differently – it also provides access to the broadest possible talent pool.

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Maurice Paykel Charitable Trust

The Maurice Paykel Charitable Trust was established in 1976 by the late Maurice Paykel, a well-known philanthropist and the co-founder of the Fisher and Paykel group of companies.

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Lottery Grants Board

The Lottery Grants Board aims to maximise the community benefits of lottery grants by focusing grant decision making on outcomes.  Outcomes are all the changes, benefits, learning and effects that happen – or start to happen – as a result of activities, projects or services in communities.

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The Lion Foundation

The Lion Foundation is one of New Zealand’s leading funding trusts and since its inception has returned over $850m to worthy causes across New Zealand. Every year Lion partner with amazing organisations like InZone Education Foundation, funding thousands of programmes that make our local community a better place to live. It’s a humbling and privileged position to be in and The Lion Foundation are proud to play a small part in strengthening New Zealand communities.

The Lion Foundation has provided significant support to fund the daily costs associated with running the InZone Kāinga and also enable the purchase of a van.

Friends of InZone

The following generous groups of supporters have enabled the growth and delivery of the InZone initiative:

Charitable Trusts – charitable entities that have generously funded InZone Education Foundation’s operations and helped make up the shortfall between InZone’s actual costs per student and the fees that whānau pay.

Service and in-kind supportersa variety of organisations that have donated their products, experience and knowledge to InZone and our students.

Donors – individuals, families and businesses who have kindly made a monetary donation to help make up the shortfall between InZone’s actual costs per student and the fees that whānau pay.

Charitable Trusts

Thank you to these charities that have funded key aspects of InZone’s operations or helped make up the shortfall between InZone’s actual costs per student and the fees that whānau pay.

Hugo Charitable Trust

On 1 July 2017, The Hugo Charitable Trust was launched by Maryanne Green in honour of her father Hugh Green, to build on Hugh’s philanthropic legacy for the future benefit of Aotearoa New Zealand and New Zealanders.

Joyce Fisher Charitable Trust

The Joyce Fisher Charitable Trust was established in 1975 by the late Joyce Lady Fisher, sister of the late Maurice Paykel and wife of the late Sir Woolf Fisher, co-founder of the Fisher and Paykel group of companies.

The Trust’s Mission Statement is “to make New Zealand a better place by providing young New Zealanders with opportunities that enhance their leadership skills and values, creating community, role models and future leaders”.

The Manchester Trust

The William & Lois Manchester Trust includes as one of its outcomes to make grants to educational organisations.  The Trust has kindly supported InZone since 2014

 Service and In-kind Supporters

Thank you to the following companies for donating your products, services, experience and knowledge to InZone and our students.

Our Donors

We thank the  individuals, families and businesses for their donations to InZone in 2018  to help make up the shortfall between InZone’s actual costs per student and the fees that whānau pay.  We will acknowledge their support shortly.