Making A Meaningful Difference Towards A Vibrant Waikato RegionFor over 40 years the Perry family has been proudly supporting the communities of New Zealand
In 1976 a charitable trust was established with a personal donation of $100,000 from Hamilton businessman Brian Perry, and his wife Peggy, who wanted to provide support for the community that had, in turn, assisted them with their business growth over the previous 20 years.
Four decades later, the trust continues to develop strong partnerships with like-minded organisations to deliver on its purpose of ‘Making a meaningful difference towards a vibrant Waikato Region’.
From February 13 to 16, the Three Peaks RIDE: New Zealand's Cycling Festival will offer festivities for everyone – spectators, participants and those just looking for a fun family weekend. This year's event will showcase the Vantage Elite Road Cycling Championships,...
Dirt will start shifting this week for a cycle trail which could promote more tourism opportunities for the Waikato. It's been 10 years in the making but the construction of the final section of the Te Awa cycleway will begin in Hamilton on Tuesday. The middle...
POET Head Start Scholarships are now open. This is the third year the scholarships have been available to students attending (or graduated in the last two years) schools in the Waikato in which Perry Outdoor Education Trust (POET) is operating. Applications can be...
WHO WE WORK WITH
The Brian Perry Charitable Trust develops strong partnerships with like- minded organisations with the purpose of making a meaningful contribution towards a vibrant Waikato Region
In 2016 the Brian Perry Charitable Trust celebrated 40 years of supporting the Waikato community with a look at the past, present and future of the trust.