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The Auckland City Mission Foundation was set-up because of its belief in the work of the Auckland City Mission and the understanding that the financial vulnerability of the Mission impacts on its potential to always consistently provide excellent service to those needing its help.

Providing financial security is a meaningful way the Auckland City Mission Foundation can ensure that the work of the Mission is able to occur for as long as there is need. Providing this reassurance allows the Mission to get on with their role of delivering practical assistance and support to those most in need in the community.


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Capital Foundation

The Foundation was established in 2004 with the objective of being a permanent fund which could provide the Mission with a consistent and substantive flow of income to support the Mission's vital services. The charitable trust of Neal and Annette Plowman greatly assisted this with matching funds raised by the Foundation.

The Foundation still seeks to grow its capital base while providing the necessary income support. The Trustees take responsibility for careful management and preservation of this capital.

While careful not to cause any negative impact to the Mission's necessary ongoing fundraising, the Foundation does seek donor and bequest support from those who recognise the value of a strong capital base as well as meeting immediate needs - objectives which The Foundation and the Mission see as complementary.

Chris Blincoe
Chairman
Auckland City Mission Foundation
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