About the Foundation
“Over the past year the trust has taken the necessary steps – with the establishment of the Keystone Foundation – to provide a long term financial independence. With this structure in place, the Keystone Trust can continue to grow and offer more scholarships to provide a pathway for young people to achieve their career aspirations, with opportunities that may have otherwise been unavailable.” Mike Higgins, Chair Keystone Trust
Falling under the umbrella of the Trust the Foundation offers a well governed and managed structure to protect and grow the capital assets available for the Trusts charitable purposes. The Keystone Foundation Funds are governed pursuant to the terms of the Keystone Foundation Charter. Each year an annual report will …
Giving to the Foundation
When you give to the Keystone Foundation you will not only be securing your personal relationship with Keystone Trust and our students, but you will be helping to ensure a future supply of talented young property professionals are able to contribute towards New Zealand’s property sector.
The Keystone Story
At Keystone Trust, we have been giving students a hand-up into property related tertiary studies for the past 20 years. We are a charitable trust and our funding comes from the generosity of our sponsors, assistance from supporters and our well managed investments.
The Guardians and Management
The Keystone Foundation is governed by the Trust. The role of the Guardians is to seek support, by working with the wider property and construction community to raise funds; and to work with the Keystone Trustees regarding the applications of the funds.
Lloyd Budd was the recipient of a Keystone Trust scholarship in 2000. He has literally come a long way since then, recently finishing a seven-year stint as the Commercial Director at Majid All Futtaim in Dubai, a journey that encapsulates …
“Looking back I can see the difference Keystone made to my life, they inspired me to reach those goals I had set with Craig. I look up to all the students that went before me, and the people that I have met through these networks are now some of my best mates. Its inspiring to see how the organisation has grown and now, it’s my turn to give back.”
Help support students entering a pathway into property related tertiary studies.