Community Foundations of New Zealand sees a commitment to international best practice as being central to our mahi and we strive for the best of standards, ethics and transparency across the network. In 2022/23 we are introducing a programme of attestation and national standards, co-designed by our members, to be implemented over several years.
"Strengthening the communities of Aotearoa New Zealand - Hei whakakaha, i ngā hāpori o Aotearoa."
Our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi
We recognise the role of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/The Treaty of Waitangi as the foundational document for Aotearoa New Zealand and we recognise that the principles in Te Tiriti must guide and inform our practice, both individually and collectively. We are committed to growing our Te Ao Māori knowledge and our understanding of what it means to authentically work in partnership with Māori in communities.
Our Annual Impact Report and constitution: