The team at Kaizon value community service and try to contribute to society and our environment in various ways. Matt Sanders, Managing Director at Kaizon, gives his time every second Friday to St John Ambulance by volunteering himself as a first responder.
Ben Critchlow, Senior Engineer at Kaizon, volunteered his time in becoming a Wonder Project Ambassador for The Wonder Project. The Wonder Project is Engineering New Zealand’s free programme for schools, designed to get young Kiwis excited about science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Ben said about the project, “Watching the young inquisitive minds of future engineers learn and ask challenging questions was an enriching experience. It was a great way to introduce engineering concepts into a fun environment.” Visit The Wonder Project here.
One of our Building Surveyors, Bogdan Bujoreanu, belongs to a not-for-profit organisation called Rotaract Club of Auckland City. The club is currently holding numerous activities to raise money to re-build the only library in Rakiraki, Fiji, which was previously destroyed in a hurricane. They also help Rotary clubs (which are the older versions of Rotaract), where just recently they held a quiz night which was believed to have raised approximately $40,000 to buy an oxygen machine for a hospital in Fiji so they won’t have to buy bottles of water from New Zealand.
Kaizon are now Gold sponsors for the Rotaract Oceania Zone Conference for 2019! We see the great work the Rotary Clubs are doing around the world and we think it’s a worthy cause to support. We look forward to the conference which will be the 6th – 8th September held at the Rydges Hotel in Auckland City. For more information about the conference click here>
Beach cleaning! Every once in a while the team at Kaizon get together and participate in a beach cleaning day. We are always looking for new ways we can help the environment and will continue to do our part.