Our culture is underscored with exceptionally high standards for our business activities, client service, interactions with each other, and contribution to our people and the places where we live and work.
We’re not just about “doing the right thing” for our image’s sake. We’re about making our business more responsive and encouraging our people to be more active in our communities, as well as confident in how they learn, grow and respond to change – all in a quest to achieve greater, collective success.
Find out more about how we are making an impact on the wider community below.
Colliers International New Zealand has been a proud partner of Cure Kids since 2005, enabling high-impact medical research to find the cures our children need.
“We are thrilled to have Colliers International supporting Cure Kids who really get behind our vision of giving all New Zealand children the best chance of a healthy start in life. Our partnership with Colliers International is critical for us to be able to fund research and what’s wonderful is that together we can make a real impact on child health”
Frances Benge, CEO Cure Kids.
As a Key Partner we've committing to raise $100,000 annually and we have met or exceeded that target every year, raising in excess of $1.5 million to date.
Colliers International have participated in a range of fundraising activities, both Cure Kids events and our own events that we have used to raise awareness and funds with clients and staff such as golf days, fishing competitions, quiz nights, and the coveted Latitude Lunch in Queenstown.
To find out more about Cure Kids or to donate please visit https://curekids.org.nz
Every year Colliers New Zealand continues to raise the bar by engaging staff, suppliers and clients in events and activities to raise funds in support of our chosen charities.
From golf days to corporate lunches, street collecting, movie nights and everything in between – Colliers know how to have fun raising funds!
Our annual Blair Hargrave golf day has run every year since 2006 in honour of the late Blair Hargrave, one of the company’s longest serving staff members who was instrumental in establishing Colliers relationship with Cure Kids. Our Christchurch office also hold a golf day to raise money for Cure Kids.
Colliers Queenstown have established a prestigious fundraising event called the Latitude Lunch, which raises significant funds for Cure Kids as well as local charities.
Colliers is helping to support New Zealand’s next generation through sponsoring various University Scholarships as well as partnership with the Tania Dalton Foundation.
- Blair Hargrave Colliers International Scholarship
- Peter Kermode Scholarship
- Marcus Kitt Colliers International Bursery
- Colliers Commercial and Industrial Property Scholarship
- Colliers Rural Valuation Scholarship
Talented young netballer Theresa Ngata, 17, was among the first recipients to receive a Scholarship from the Tania Dalton foundation. Her scholarship was sponsored by the Michael Synnott Charitable Trust in conjunction with Colliers.
The Michael Synnott Charitable Trust was set up by Colliers New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Mark Synnott and his wife Sally in memory of Mark’s brother, Michael.
As New Zealand’s largest full service commercial real estate services provider, Colliers is in a unique position to make a dramatic, positive impact on our environment. We recognize our responsibility to provide leadership in sustainability for built environments, businesses and the global society.
We encourage our clients to develop, build, occupy and manage their properties in a sustainable manner and we are members of the Green Building Council.
We provide advice based on the latest technology and best global sustainability practices in property design, management and use. We empower our people to generate sustained economic value for our clients and investors, and social value for our communities.