The Halberg Foundation is a charitable organisation founded in 1963 by Olympic legend, Sir Murray Halberg ONZ, MBE. The organisation is based on the belief that all people, regardless of their ability, should have equal opportunity to enhance their lives through sport and recreation.
We are very proud to work with the RNZRSA to support those who have served in the armed forces, and their whānau
We are excited to welcome our new Chief Financial Officer Fiona Jakobs to the Aotearoa Gaming Trust team. Fiona is a Chartered Accountant with a BCom in Accounting and Dip Grad in Finance, she also has a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
The temperature of the Riversdale School and Community Pool is a balmy 29degC now a new heat pump is installed.
Thank you to all our operators and grant recipients, we know that it’s been another challenging year for the industry.
Our new COMS grants management system is now live and we are accepting new applications.
AGT is in the process of changing our online Grants management system from the Fluxx system to COMS Grants Management. The new online Grants Management System will go live in mid-December 2021.
Aotearoa Gaming Trust (AGT) is currently working through the medium and longer-term effects of the latest COVID-19 alert level changes.
Stan Hill has operated the Coromandel Hotel (The Top Pub) on Kapanga Road for 18 years. If his name sounds familiar it’s because he played Basketball for New Zealand for 14 years, nine as captain.
Around 50,000 Kiwi school children have been inspired to ‘be the best they can be’ by Olympic athletes, thanks to a partnership between Aotearoa Gaming Trust and the New Zealand Olympic Committee.
Our gaming operation is grounded in strong venue partnerships, up-to-date gaming rooms and exemplary compliance practises. We invest in new equipment, technology, training, and compliance tools. We use our resources effectively and efficiently allowing us to increase profitability at all our venues.
We are dedicated to running a socially responsible gaming operation that in turn generates funding for community organisations.
Since our inception in 1998 approximately $327.5 million has been distributed to communities around New Zealand. The Board of Trustees are careful stewards of community funding and alongside the grants committee great care is taken to distribute to a wide variety of organisations who have a strong community focus.