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Ken Whitney Re-elected Chair of the ASB Community Trust

Ken Whitney Re-elected Chair of the ASB Community Trust

The results of voting to elect officers to the ASB Community Trust have been announced.

Ken Whitney has been re-elected Chair, and Lyn Lim has been re-elected Deputy-Chair of the Trust.

The other election results were: Unasa Enosa Auva'a re-elected Chair of the Maori and Pacific Committee; Paula Kearns re-elected Chair of the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee; and Bob Leveloff re-elected Chair of the Investment Committee.

Mark Brickell was elected Chair of the Grants Committee, replacing Brian Lythe.

The officers will hold the positions until the next elections in April 2013. Trustees are appointed to four-year terms by the Minister of Finance and the 15 Trustees then elect their own officers.

Biographies of the Trustees and additional information about the appointment process are on the Trust's website:
www.asbcommunitytrust.org.nz/about-us/trustees/trustee-appointments

About ASB Community Trust

ASB Community Trust makes grants to groups and projects in Auckland and Northland each month. Using funds from the sale of its shareholding in the Auckland Savings Bank, the Trust has granted more than $750m since being formed in 1988.

Any incorporated or charitable trust in Auckland and Northland can apply for funds, provided they are a not-for-profit organisation.

For more details about applying, visit the Trust’s website: www.ASBCommunityTrust.org.nz

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