Our building and fundraising experience benefits a wide range of community groups, from charities, sports clubs and churches to training and arts organisations. Groups that we work with, sponsor and support include:
The Sisters of Compassion was founded by Suzanne Aubert at Jerusalem – Hiruhārama – on the Whanganui River in 1892. The sisters are committed to delivering “compassionate care” by providing meals, food, and basic needs to those who have very little, caring for the elderly, and providing individual and family support. The sisters seek to bring dignity to the lives of the aged, the powerless and the poor.
We support this long standing community organisation in many ways. One is through active volunteering in the Compassion soup kitchen. We currently have 22 volunteers helping with 20-30 shifts per month.VISIT HOME OF COMPASSION
The Tania Dalton Foundation, created in honour of the sporting legend whose vibrancy would fill the room, has been established to make a meaningful impact on the lives of budding young New Zealanders and guide them to be their best in life.
The scholarship program selects 12 young women each year and supports them to develop in their chosen sport and make a meaningful impact on their futures and communities. We sponsor one participant each year and this year we are very proud to support Torren Isaako. Find out more about Torren here.VISIT TANIA DALTON FOUNDATION
“We would like to show our huge appreciation for LT McGuinness’s generous contribution to the sculpture we are installing on Site 9. The LTM team have been brilliant on Site 9. You have been a staunch friend of the Trust over the past few years, and it is not only the financial assistance, but also the peace of mind we get from knowing your team are supervising on site.”
Chair, Wellington Sculpture Trust
Running every two years since 1986, the Wellington-based Aotearoa New Zealand Festival of the Arts is the nation’s largest celebration of cutting-edge arts’ experiences. From spectacular to small and perfectly formed performances, the Festival has selected artists defined by their skill, boundless imagination and artistic bravery. Each festival we sponsor a different event.VISIT NZ FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
In partnership with Victoria University of Wellington we have established the LT McGuinness Scholarship in Building Science. The scholarship is valued at $40,000 and aims to support talented Building Science students in the School of Architecture.
The Ryhaven Charitable Trust aims to assist families who own their own home but lack the resources to keep it in a reasonably habitable state.
Our apprentices in particular gain some great residential experience working on Ryhaven homes.
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The Wellington Phoenix provide New Zealand’s premier footballing academy, and the most recognised pathway to professional football in New Zealand.
With the Phoenix Academy we have created the TE KARAHIPI TE RAE PAKARI, LT MCGUINNESS FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP to promote the development of Māori football players and increase the representation of Māori in the sport.
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