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ANZ in the Community

Cut-off farmers give thanks for Gabrielle relief donations

Months after a national relief effort, a Hawke’s Bay farming couple cut off after Cyclone Gabrielle have given thanks to the people and the generosity that helped get them through.

Embracing Māori culture delivers ‘amazing’ results, ANZ manager says

A Te Tai Tokerau ANZ bank manager says integrating Māori tikanga and language into her branch is delivering ‘amazing’ results - not only for customers, but for staff as well.

Finding Their Voice - the charity helping students boost their confidence through public speaking

iSpeak Trust runs free public speaking workshops for high schoolers in Auckland and Northland It's received a grant from ANZ Staff Foundation.

A lasting gift - the charity supporting young people through illness and grief

One national charity is doubling down on its commitment to offer free one-to-one therapy and support to young people affected by serious illness or grief.

‘The Comedy Treatment’ – Dai Henwood All-In For Daffodil Day

ANZ’s ambassador and comedian Dai Henwood announces TV show to support the Cancer Society's 2023 Daffodil Day appeal.

It Takes a Village - Science charity inspires the next generation

How the ANZ NZ Staff Foundation has been helping a small Wairarapa charity provide science kits to schools.

ANZ boosting customer protection against card fraud

ANZ Fraud Check is the bank's new tool to bolster its existing scam protection measures and better support customers who may have unusual transactions flagged on their eftpos, credit or debit card transactions.

Study helps reveal diet of threatened birds of prey

Dissecting bird vomit may sound a bit gruesome, but a Rotorua charity it doing so to advance our understanding of the diet and health of New Zealand’s birds of prey – including one relatively new arrival.

Building Back Green – Why We Must ‘Let Nature In’

In a warmer world the risk to infrastructure has increased. That’s why we need to be smart about how and where we re-build after events like floods.

After Cyclone Gabrielle: ‘People Were Our Priority’

As Cyclone Gabrielle hammered eastern parts of New Zealand, Jane Lysaght stood in the driveway of her Meanee home, watching an extraordinary sight.

ANZ launches Mother’s Day initiative to raise awareness about financial scams

ANZ has launched ANZ Screen Savers, an initiative to encourage Kiwi families to become more security conscious.

Dunedin workshop confronting 'elephant in the room' of textile waste

A small Dunedin charity is helping to highlight the issue of textile waste, calling it “the elephant in the room”, and a burgeoning crisis not only in New Zealand, but around the world.