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Centuries of working in the community come together

Harcourts New Zealand in conjunction with the Harcourts Foundation have formed an exclusive long-term partnership with Plunket New Zealand.

Plunket is the largest provider of free support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under five in New Zealand and see approximately 85- 90% of new-borns in New Zealand each year.

Being New Zealand’s largest and most trusted real estate brand, Harcourts offers Plunket the base and network to build and support communities at scale; which was one of the key factors that brought the partners together.

In addition to the national brand partnership, through a network of 194 offices across New Zealand, there is a huge opportunity for local Harcourts teams and the Harcourts Foundation to work with Plunket centres to give back to their communities.

Plunket Chief Executive Amanda Malu says Plunket’s partnership with Harcourts provides a real opportunity to leverage both organisation’s strong networks throughout New Zealand to benefit communities.

“When we sat down and looked at the opportunities to work together, it became really evident that we have much in common in terms of our trusted long history and record of community service. Our partnership provides an opportunity for local Plunket people to work alongside local Harcourts staff to support their communities and together make a difference for families.”

Chris Kennedy, Chief Executive Harcourts Group Ltd says, ‘I am honoured to be able to partner with Plunket knowing it is committed to giving every New Zealand child the best possible start in life. It will be great to see the positive impact of this partnership which will enable donations to be made to Plunket through the Harcourts Foundation. Plunket have such a long and trusted history, it is easy to see that by working together, we can achieve great success for many New Zealanders.’

Harcourts Foundation ambassador Emma Revell says Harcourts teams from around the country are excited to work with Plunket. ‘We have seen this work first hand through our national partnership with Hospice New Zealand and we have found that local connection is one of the most important ways to succeed; as Harcourts’ teams see the impact of their contributions first-hand. We believe our proud history of working in the community for 130 years, aligns perfectly with Plunket’s legacy of offering care and support to New Zealanders for over 110 years.

Under the partnership agreement, Plunket will provide Harcourts with the exclusive opportunity to market some of its properties, where agreement for their sale has been reached. The first property to be marketed under the partnership is located in Kohimarama, Auckland.

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