Seven years into our formal programme, we continue to target NZ$1 million fee equivalent for our pro bono work. In addition, many of our people are helping those in need of their own volition.
In this issue of A Helping Hand, we are proud to announce that Bell Gully “helped buy a beach”, and we’ve profiled some of our other pro bono clients and community initiatives, including:
the work we did establishing the Mackenzie Country Trust to help protect this unique environment,
how Tauhara North No.2 Trust ensures its profits benefit its local communities, and
our work with Transparency International New Zealand in the fight against corruption.
To find out more about our programme and to read this issue of Bell Gully's A Helping Hand – click here .
If you have any feedback or queries please contact our pro bono and community programme manager Rachel Gowing.