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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.
With an remarkable sixty-two entries received for the Trustpower Rotorua Lakes Community Awards, locals have really got behind their volunteers.
An impressive student with a record of service to school and community was tonight recognised through the Trustpower Youth Community Spirit Award.
A group of volunteers behind the Kihikihi Residents and Ratepayers group were tonight recognised at the Trustpower Waipa District Community Awards as the Supreme Winner.
Whakatāne District residents have the opportunity to recognise the dedication of their local voluntary groups – with entries for the Trustpower Whakatāne District Community Awards now open. Run in partnership with the Whakatāne District Council, the Awards are open to all voluntary groups and organisations working to make the district a better place to live.
Entries for the Trustpower Far North Community Awards opened today, Monday 13 April.
The difference made by thirty-six voluntary and community groups will be celebrated at this year’s Trustpower Waipa District Community Awards, with entries for the Awards now closed.
Representatives from the Whakatane Kiwi Trust will join 24 other voluntary groups in Wellington this weekend for the Trustpower National Community Awards.
Representatives from Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty regions will converge on Wellington this weekend, (March 27-29), to go head to head with the country’s best and brightest voluntary groups at the Trustpower National Community Awards.
The 2014 Trustpower National Community Awards, run over three days, recognises last year’s top volunteer groups and organisations from 27 districts across New Zealand. The Kumara Resident’s Trust, the Buller High School Kapa Haka group and the Westcoast Volunteer Fire Brigades are representing the West Coast on this national stage.
Representatives from Project Butterfly will join 24 other voluntary groups from across the country in Wellington this weekend, (March 27-29), for the Trustpower National Community Awards.