Social Responsibilities

Work with us to build healthier futures

We help make a difference to many people‚Äôs lives not only through the research we manage but also by supporting a range of charities.  We achieve this by encouraging staff to take a "Charity Day Leave" to support the charity  and / or organisation that they are passionate about, as well as maintaining "whole" business opportunities that keep our community conscience active in what we do. 


We call this "KAITIAKI" which in New Zealand Maori language means Carer or Guardian. 

The world outside our business is the world our business works in and we choose to assist local, national and international charities that address the following issues:

  1. Access to fresh food and good nutrition
  2. Access to disease and therapeutic care
  3. Access to social support and a safe environment

Neurological Foundation of New Zealand

We are proud to support this foundation as there is a close connection to alleviate suffering from diseases and disorders of the brain and nervous system through research and education, particularly Parkinsons disease.

Koru Care

We have been supporters of this charity for over 15 years and believe that providing opportunities for children to experience adventure and social events aids recovery.

Koru Care

We have been supporters of this charity for over 15 years and believe that providing opportunities for children to experience adventure and social events aids recovery.

The Smith Family

The Smith Family is a national, independent children's charity helping disadvantaged Australians to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves.

World Vision

When major environmental disasters and human conflict happen it's great to support a Christian organisation that works to help communities lift themselves out of poverty.

World Vision

When major environmental disasters and human conflict happen it's great to support a Christian organisation that works to help communities lift themselves out of poverty.

Malaghan Institute of Medical Research

Established in 1979, the Malaghan Institute is recognised as the leading independent biomedical research institute in New Zealand focusing on cancer, Asthma, Allergy, and nutrition. In particular, we have taken an interest in Cart T Cell therapy.