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Ken Adam Honored for his Work in the Community

Ken Adam, principal of Ray White Te Anau, has recently been recognised with an International Rotary Club Fellowship for his tireless service in the community. On receiving the Fellowship, Rotary Club of Fiordland assistant governor John Donaldson said “Our worthy recipient joined the club in 1987 from an address 30km out of town, but this… Read more »

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Ray White Barrington Raise Funds to Rebuild Local Playground

Earlier this year, the popular playground next to Barrington Mall was destroyed in an arson attack. With no funding left in the council budget to go towards the playgrounds renewal, it looked as if a repair wouldn’t be complete until 2021. The team at Ray White Barrington heard the news and decided to get involved…. Read more »

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Ray White Dunedin Help Launch Women’s Refuge Appeals Week

The team from Ray White Dunedin recently got involved at the launch of the Women’s Refuge 2015 Appeals Week. The event’s goal was to raise funds for the Refuge to allow them to continue to provide some of the most difficult, but essential, services to the Otago community, a service that could not be provided… Read more »

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Ray White Te Puna One Year On

Ray White Te Puna, located in North Tauranga, recently celebrated their first birthday. With the focus of the celebration being to thank their past and present clients and to acknowledge the support of their neighbours and friends from the rural community; they held a balloon week. Blowing up 300 Ray White balloons with each containing… Read more »

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The North Canterbury Country Music Festival is Born

Last month Phillipa Gill from Ray White Full Circle went above and beyond in support of her friend Suzi Fray. Earlier this year Suzi was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She performed in a band called The Johnnys, who only performed Johnny Cash music. In an effort to raise funds for Suzi to receive alternative treatment in… Read more »

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Ray White Glenfield Give Away Some Sunshine

Ray White Glenfield gave away a piece of sunshine earlier this month in a competition which saw two lucky winners off for a trip to Surfers Paradise. Ray White Glenfield relocated last year to the Glenfield Westfield Mall, and with this came the opportunity to be a major sponsor for the malls Market Days. With… Read more »

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Chris Nielsen from Ray White Burnside Supports Dry July

This month Chris Nielsen from Ray White Burnside is taking part in Dry July – staying off the beers to support adults living with cancer. Participants go alcohol-free for the month of July to raise awareness, and most importantly funds, for various projects across beneficiary cancer service organisations in New Zealand. It’s an initiative with a… Read more »

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Ray White Manukau Cook Up A Storm

Ray White Manukau have been back in the kitchens at Ronald McDonald House in Auckland. 12 members of the team took time out recently to take part in the initiative to visit the house and cook dinner for the families staying there. Four Ronald McDonald House locations around the country provide accommodation and support – including… Read more »

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Ray White Papatoetoe Raise over $4,600 for Local Foodbank

Ray White Papatoetoe recently held a charity auction raising funds for the local Foodbank. The South Auckland Christian Foodbank set up by Ian Foster runs with the help of 40 part timers and volunteers and feeds over 450 people a week. As well as providing food parcels the Foodbank also provides people access to a budgeting… Read more »

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Ray White Albany Plants for the Community

Ray White Albany have been busy again planting natives on the North Shore. As part of the Kaipatiki Project, community planting days take place on the first Saturday of every month June – September at various reserves around the North Shore. The Kaipatiki Project, an independent non-profit, produces around 25,000 native plants each year, and with… Read more »