Ngā Kaikōkiri means the people who champion, promote, advocate and lead their communities.
A new report from J R McKenzie Trust & Centre for Social Impact
Neither Sir John nor Sir Roy McKenzie feared change. In fact, the evidence suggests that they were committed to pushing boundaries, exploring new paths and embracing different approaches. They were trailblazers in business and philanthropy and it’s from them both, that we at the J R McKenzie Trust take example.
This review has been developed to collate key trends and contemporary practices from philanthropic literature – with a focus on identifying emerging ideas, practices relevant to New Zealand’s bi-cultural context, and practices relevant to the J R McKenzie Trust’s size and identity as both a family foundation and innovative philanthropic leader. The review offers insights that are intended to support self-reflection and new-thinking as the J R McKenzie Trust engages in a journey of organisational review and planning.