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Media Releases

Legacy Trust often features in the local newspaper with editorial about its gifting programme.  Below is a selection of media releases published in the Weekend Sun, Bay News and Bay of Plenty Times.

 

March 2016

Legacy’s commitment to pay $25,000 for the production of a special Tauranga book has paid dividends...

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April 2016

Hundreds of packets of Girl Guide biscuits have been added to the Tauranga Foodbank larder, thanks to Legacy Trust’s taste for helping the community...

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May 2016

Legacy Trust doesn’t give to the community in a quest for fame. However, Greg Brownless found just that when he popped in on show rehearsals at Tauranga Girls’ College this month...

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May 2016

There’s smooth sailing ahead for Tauranga’s Hinemoana waka thanks to support from Legacy Trust...

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August 2016

The first of 10 KĊkako being translocated in Otanewainuku forest were released in Oropi this week...

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September 2016

Legacy Trust has provided a vital piece of equipment to support Papamoa Surf Life Saving Club’s endeavour to establish a flagged area at Papamoa East...

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March 2017

Four Western Bay of Plenty organisations had extra reason to celebrate the opening of Legacy's new funeral home at Papamoa...

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May 2017

Gangsters aren’t amongst Annie Innes’ usual clientele. But, the Legacy Funeral director got to hang with some recently as Aquinas College students prepared for an upcoming show -  the gangster musical, Bugsy Malone...

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June 2017

Winter is upon us and industrious members of the Omokoroa Premi Knits group are ensuring our littlest citizens are being kept warm...

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July 2017

Miniature ponies have been cheering up elderly Tauranga people. Ruby and Chippie, who belong to Tauranga's Riding for the Disabled, had been to dozens of rest homes and retirement villages in the last eight months, said fundraising and marketing manager Kaasandra Chee.

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August 2017

You are never too old to assist those within your community. Just ask the band of baking women at Mount Maunganui’s Malyon House rest home. The majority may be in their eighties, but they’ve cooked – actually, baked – up a way to do their thing to help Tauranga’s homeless...

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November 2017

Alf Rendell declares it was “the best 100th birthday” he’s ever had.

One hundred years and not out, and the Tauranga centenarian’s humour has not paled...

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December 2017

An event planned for ASB Arena next March is set to take disabled sport to a new level on the wider sporting scene...

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January 2018

Young nippers at Omanu Beach Surf Life Saving Club are hitting the water better equipped this summer with the delivery of $8000 worth of kneeboards from Legacy Trust...

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February 2018

The Papamoa community is just that bit safer. That's thanks to its community patrol, a car yard and a substantial benefactor...

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Legacy Trust

$2,700,000 +

has been gifted back to the community since 2007

400 +

community organisations have received grants