The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts, has reached the milestone of $5 million raised since its launch in 2008. That translates to 686 charities supported, 311 communities impacted and 851 grants made through Harcourts offices in New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa.
Although the sight of men in business suits walking in women’s high heels turned a few heads across Australia’s major cities on 1 September, their public display was to support the very serious issue behind the national fundraising event ‘Walk A Mile in Their Shoes 2017’. Seeking to bring attention to the tragedy that is […]
Making good choices can be hard when you don’t have positive role models to teach you how. The Combined Youth Services Trust aims to help Waitakere’s at-risk youth learn the skills they need to succeed in life. A grant from Harcourts Henderson and the Harcourts Foundation will allow intermediate aged children to continue to have […]
Every year 18,000 New Zealanders are supported by hospice services across the country. Hospice care has a unique whole person approach – which means physical, spiritual, emotional and social needs are equally important – a multidisciplinary team provides care for the person who is dying, their family and whanau. To assist with this work, the […]
The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts Group Australia, announced grants to 13 Australian charities during of its most recent quarterly funding round. A total of $50,847 was donated across Australia to benefit charities serving the communities where Harcourts employees live and work. Since the Harcourts Foundation’s first donation in 2008, over 1000 grants […]
After the devastating Kaikoura earthquake of 2016, our New Zealand teams were humbled to be able to help out the families of Kaikoura, Ward and Seddon.
The Harcourts Foundation has partnered with Camp Quality to support the group’s Primary School Education Program in Tasmania. The Harcourts Foundation’s grant of $5000 for Camp Quality will be used to support children between the ages of 0-13 years throughout their cancer journey. The program aims to dispel common schoolyard myths and misconceptions about cancer […]
Empowering women to make the right decisions for not only themselves, but for their families. That’s what the Women’s Centre Waitakere does, by providing assistance to anyone who walks through their doors. Centre Chairwoman Lee-Anne Boyle says every week they see up to 60 women who need help with a variety of issues. “We assist […]
Hospice West Auckland provides care and support to people when they need it most. At any one time throughout west Auckland, Hospice cares for more than 150 patients, both in their own homes and at Hospice House. Karen Talbot, Specialist Palliative Care Services Manager, who has worked at Hospice West Auckland for six years, says […]
It’s back to school season, and the Harcourts Foundation is giving $62,600 directly to the people of Kaikoura Coast to ease the stress surrounding this expensive time. Each of the students who attend Kaikoura’s six schools, as well as the two schools in Seddon and Ward, will have their back to school stationery paid for […]