Featured Image

$70,000 Raised for Nvader at Charity House Auction

The highly anticipated charity auction of 445 Mairehau Road (earthquake renovation project) was held on-site on Saturday, 8 October, with phenomenal success. To share a bit of background, in late 2015 a builder and his wife came up with the idea to renovate an earthquake damaged house in Christchurch and give the profits to support… Read more »

Featured Image

Ray White Wanganui Take the Memory Walk

Last month, the Ray White Wanganui team took part in the annual Memory Walk and charity event organised by Alzheimers New Zealand.   The Memory Walk is a fantastic initiative organised annually by Alzheimers New Zealand throughout the country. The Memory Walks help Alzheimers New Zealand raise awareness of dementia in local communities and nationwide. This… Read more »

Featured Image

A record $34,000 raised at annual St Thomas’s PTA event

St Thomas’s is a state primary school which caters for students from Year 1 to Year 8 (aged 5 years to 13 years) that is located in the heart of Kohimarama. Established in the early 1950’s the school serves families in Kohimarama plus surrounding suburbs and currently has a roll of over 900 students. The school… Read more »

Featured Image

Ray White Kohimarama and St Heliers get Behind Local Olympic Quiz Night

Ray White Kohimarama and St Heliers (‘The Best in the Bays’) were proud to be the first gold sponsor of the annual Selwyn College PTA Quiz Night held on Saturday, 18 June at the College.  Selwyn College is a middle sized co-educational and multicultural secondary school in the Eastern Suburbs of Auckland with excellent academic… Read more »

Featured Image

Ray White Te Puke support 57th birthday of the Kiwifruit

Te Puke is known as the ‘Kiwifruit capital of the world’, on Wednesday 15 June, the town celebrated the 57th birthday of the kiwifruit. Back in 1904 when the first kiwifruit seeds were brought to New Zealand from China, the fruit was known by the Chinese name, yang tao, New Zealanders called the furry fruits… Read more »

Featured Image

Pink Ribbon High Tea and Bubbles

Ray White Waiheke hosted a Pink Ribbon High Tea and Bubbles event at their office in Oneroa raising $3,000 for The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation. As a result of this event being extremely successful, it has already been decided to be repeated next year. The High Tea and Bubbles attracted approximately 40-50 pink ladies… Read more »

Featured Image

Ray White Glen Eden hosts a Pink Ribbon Brunch

Ray White Glen Eden love getting behind their community and when they came across the Pink Ribbon Breakfast advertisement on Facebook, they thought it was an ideal event they could all do as an office. Ray White Glen Eden business owner, Tom Hendriks is no stranger to community events as he and office coordinator, Jessica… Read more »

Featured Image

Ray White City Apartments raise $4,894.30 with Pink Ribbon Breakfast

Ray White City Apartments are no strangers to bake sales and auctions in support of local charities. But when it came to the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation’s (NZBCF) initiative of hosting a Pink Ribbon Breakfast the Ray White City Apartments administration team couldn’t help but go all out for such an event. Alexandra Barrow,… Read more »

Featured Image

Ray White Mission Bay hold inaugural Pink Ribbon Breakfast

Two weeks ago Krissie Maguire and Simron Singh decided to get behind the Pink Ribbon Breakfast for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation. This was an inaugural event for Ray White Mission Bay, time was of the essence as Krissie and Simron had a very small window of opportunity to gather a number of the… Read more »

Featured Image

Ray White Ferrymead Principal, Craig Prier straps on his dancing shoes

Ray White Ferrymead Principal, Craig Prier and dancing partner Kath Cross from The Cornershop Bistro, represented Sumner Residents’ Association in this year’s inaugural Strictly Sumner. This local dance event was inspired by Strictly Ballroom and Dancing with the Stars, with the aim of helping to raise tens of thousands of dollars in support of local… Read more »