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Mercy Ships

This organisation is new to the Hugh Green Foundation and a bit different from the projects we usually fund.

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25/10/2018

Mercy Ships
Island Child Charitable Trust

Hugh Green Foundations has another new partnership with Island Child Charitable Trust. ICCT was established as a charitable trust in 2005 and is a small well-connected grassroots organisation based in Glen Innes. They provide emergency/transitional housing for homeless individuals and families in the context of a 12-week personalised programme that assists families to turn their lives around.

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8/11/2018

Island Child Charitable Trust
David Carrington Event

The guest speaker was David Carrington he was brought to New Zealand to share his knowledge by the good people at Giving Architects. David was kind enough to take some time out of his hectic schedule and share his knowledge on the rise and importance of Impact investing.

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8/11/2018

David Carrington Event
HGF has a new funding strategy

Earlier this year, the Hugh Green Foundation board and staff worked with philanthropy advisor Kate Frykberg to more clearly articulate our foundation’s purpose and funding priorities.

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8/11/2018

HGF has a new funding strategy
Family philanthropy governance research

Hugh Green Foundation has also been exploring good practice governance in family foundations, again working with philanthropy advisor Kate Frykberg.

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8/11/2018

Family philanthropy governance research
Profile: Kylie Price

As Head of Research Technology at the Malaghan Institute of Medical Research, Kylie Price is a driving force behind the Institute’s cutting-edge research to improve the health and wellbeing of all New Zealanders. Kylie has worked in the field of cytometry – the quantitative analysis of cells and cell systems – for more than 13 years and has been credited with pioneering the use of multicolour flow cytometry in New Zealand.

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8/11/2018

Profile: Kylie Price
Aurora

The technology suite at the Malaghan Institute provides researchers with cutting-edge tools for investigating how the immune system works. An integral part of that technology – flow cytometry – uses light to characterise particles and cells and organisms.

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8/11/2018

Aurora