The Goodman Foundation is committed to doing good in local communities all around the world, partnering with dedicated organisations to improve social outcomes.
We partner with charities who, like us are striving to do good in the world, in three key areas:
- Food rescue and environment
- Community and community health
- Children and youth
Our support includes, cash grants, volunteering, payroll gifting and in-kind programmes.
In New Zealand, our relationships with KiwiHarvest, Cerebral Palsy Society, Duffy Books in Homes, Great Potentials, Tania Dalton Foundation and the Keystone Trust are making a meaningful difference in our communities.
The foundation has also responded to the disruption caused by COVID-19, contributing to the establishment of a national food network. The demand from social agencies for food parcels has escalated rapidly and the new initiative will complement the work of KiwiHarvest – addressing the issues of food poverty and food waste.
Other organisations to receive our support this year include 4U Mentoring, Aunties, Diabetes New Zealand, Middlemore Foundation, Multiple Sclerosis Society of New Zealand, Ronald McDonald House, Starship Foundation and Women’s Refuge.
View our Goodman Foundation Annual Report 2020