Bell Gully releases sixth Pro Bono and Community report

Thursday 18 June 2015

​​​​​helping-hand-2014-2015.jpgThe sixth issue of Bell Gully’s Pro Bono and Community report A Helping Hand has been released.

In this issue we are delighted to announce Hugh Kettle, partner, as the new Chairperson of the Pro Bono Committee. Hugh says, “The position brings with it a responsibility to maintain the impetus and continue the remarkable work that our programme has done over the past six years.”

The report profiles some of our pro bono clients and community initiatives, including:

  • our mentoring programme with InZone Education Foundation for boys attending Auckland Grammar School; and

  • our work with domestic abuse charity Shine (Safer Homes in New Zealand Every Day).​

Find out more about our programme and read this issue of Bell Gully's A Helping Hand.

If you have any feedback or queries please contact our Pro Bono Programme Manager Rachel Gowing.

Contact
  • Rachel Gowing

    Senior Associate Auckland