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Being involved in local communities underpins who we are as a company. So around New Zealand and in South Australia we often have community news to share, for example on the Trustpower Community Awards programme and Trustpower Lend A Hand Foundation.
The grassroots organisation Focus Paihia, behind the revamp and revitalisation of a Paihia waterfront car park, have been recognised as Supreme Winners at the Trustpower Far North Community Awards.
Two of the Far North’s talented and generous youth have been acknowledged through the Trustpower Youth Community Spirit Award, with Cody Makaua of Te Kura Taumata o Pangaru being named as the Winner of the Award.
With 51 entries received for the Trustpower Community Awards in the Tauranga region and another 45 in the Western Bay of Plenty, locals have really got behind their volunteers.
Entries for the Trustpower Clutha District Community Awards close at 5pm on Friday 25 July and there is more than $5000 up for grabs.
For undertaking such a massive project that will benefit the wider community, the Aoraki Foundation took home the Supreme Award at the Trustpower Timaru District Community Awards.
Entries for the Trustpower Queenstown Lakes District Community Awards opened today, Monday 14 July.
Time is running out to shine the light upon un-sung heroes in the Taupō District Community Awards. Entries for Taupō District’s biggest celebration of volunteers are closing at 5pm on Friday 18 July, and there is more than $5,000 in total up for grabs.
Entries for the Trustpower Invercargill Southland Community Awards close at 5pm on Friday 18 July and there is more than $5000 up for grabs
Four of Nelson and Tasman’s talented and generous youth were acknowledged tonight through the Trustpower Youth Community Spirit Award, with Tullia Wilson from Golden Bay High School being named as the winner of the Award.
A group of volunteers behind a healing memorial pathway that pays tribute to children gone too soon called Project Butterfly have been recognised at the Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards as the Supreme Winner.