RESEND: Kiwi business philanthropy small on cash, big on in-kind goods and services, sponsorship

Fiona Rotherham
Wed, 02 Dec 2015

(Fixes name Antony Welton in 10th paragraph) By Fiona Rotherham Dec. 2 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand businesses have become less giving in handing out cash in the past three years, with many corporates preferring to allow employees to volunteer time or to provide sponsorship, according to research from Philanthropy New Zealand. The Giving New Zealand report shows Kiwis gave $2.78 billion to charitable and community causes in 2014, almost exactly the same as a revised estimated for 2011 – the last time the report was done. Business an...

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