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14 May 2018

Auckland Foundation wins at 2018 Women in Governance Awards.

We are honoured and delighted to be named the winner in the "Governance Innovation by a Not-for-Profit" category in the 2018 Women in Governance Awards.


16 March 2018

CEO tells it as it is at first Auckland Broad-ly Speaking.

Broad-ly Speaking held their first ever Auckland event on Wednesday 14 March, with six inspirational women talking on topics ranging from calling out the patriarchy to learning about ways to give back to women-led businesses.


15 December 2017

A New Zealand first.

The December issue of Philanthropy New Zealand's magazine includes a feature on the Women's Fund, and speaks to CEO Dellwyn Stuart about why the time is right to be establishing New Zealand's first philanthropic fund by women for women and girls.


20 November 2017

NEXT Magazine December 2017 | One For All.

In the December issue of NEXT Magazine, CEO Dellwyn Stuart talks about the women's fund model, the benefits of giving with a gender lens, and why Auckland Foundation is establishing the first women's fund in New Zealand.


10 November 2017

Auckland Foundation CEO invited back on RNZ's The Panel.

Auckland Foundation CEO, Dellwyn Stuart, is back on RNZ's The Panel with Jim Mora.

Joined by Dr Ganesh Nana, BERL's Chief Economist.


22 October 2017

Giving back to your roots a lasting legacy.

The Sunday Star Times looks at why people choose to give through their community foundation.

For seven decades, brothers Bob, 71, and Alan Johnston, 68 have lived in and loved the people of Ashburton. It's where they did their schooling, played sport and ended up running their successful farm.


10 October 2017

LawTalk: Bequests and Community Foundations.

With New Zealanders giving around $2.8 billion annually to charitable and community causes, the October issue of LawTalk magazine includes an in-depth look at bequests.


25 September 2017

Giving Circles: Giving Gold.

Amanda Stanes from The Fabulous Ladies' Giving Circle speaks to The Hobson about how collective giving can have a big impact.


22 September 2017

Baby boomers set to have big influence on markets.

Authorised Financial Adviser Liz Koh writes about the baby boomer wealth transfer, the influence of gender, the potential influx of money for charities, and Auckland Foundation's Women's Fund to support women's giving.


4 September 2017

Auckland Foundation works to establish a women's fund.

CEO Dellwyn Stuart talks to the NZ Herald about why Auckland Foundation is looking for more than 100 female philanthropists for a new Women's Fund, to help bankroll a range of community-orientated initiatives.

She had the idea after continuously coming across women wanting to help others.


10 August 2017

Auckland Foundation CEO back on RNZ's The Panel.

Auckland Foundation CEO, Dellwyn Stuart, joins Jim Mora and former publishing CEO and member of the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa, Michael Moynahan, for RNZ's The Panel.


11 July 2017

Auckland Foundation CEO joins RNZ's The Panel.

Auckland Foundation CEO, Dellwyn Stuart, joins Jim Mora and Nevil Gibson from the National Business Review for RNZ's The Panel.


2 March 2017

Auckland Foundation’s investment partner wins top fund manager award.

Harbour Asset Management has been named the top 2017 fund manager in Morningstar’s annual awards. It is the second year in a row the fund manager has won the overall title. It was also a finalist in the domestic equities and fixed interest categories.


15 December 2016

Money can buy you happiness – if you give it away!

In December, CEO Dellwyn Stuart was asked by the NZ Herald to share her thoughts on Auckland and generosity. Only a few months into the role, Dellwyn is relishing the opportunity to work with people who think about what is good for their fellow Aucklander – not just what’s in it for them.


27 March 2016

What motivates philanthropists? Auckland Foundation Chair tells RNZ.

Auckland Foundation’s Chair, Geoff Clews, is an Auckland tax barrister and himself a long-time supporter of the arts, having set up the Rampart Endowment Fund to promote arts education.

In this Radio New Zealand interview, Lynn Freeman asked Geoff why New Zealanders seem much more reluctant philanthropists than those in countries like America.


Above image courtesy of Humans of South Auckland (HOSA)