Te Puna Foundation

 

Te Puna Foundation is an independent charity established to support the National Library New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa. By gifting to the foundation, New Zealanders can enhance the National Libraries ability to share knowledge, look after our heritage and create a nation of readers.

 

Dollar-for-Dollar Matching Fund

 

The Government has pledged to match every dollar gifted to the Foundation, to a total of $2 million. We have until 31 March 2019 to raise these funds and the Foundation is seeking to unlock this funding as soon as possible to support our campaigns.

 

Our Board of Trustees


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Bill Macnaught

Chair

Bill has held the role of National Librarian since 2011

Prior to that, he was Manager of Puke Ariki, the award-winning library, museum and visitor information centre in Taranaki. Bill was born in Scotland. Before coming to New Zealand,
Bill led libraries and arts services at Gateshead Council in the north of England.  Among a number of flagship projects, Bill commissioned the Angel of the North sculpture by
Sir Antony Gormley. 

Bill was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2005 for services to public libraries and cultural life in the UK.

Bill became a proud New Zealand citizen in 2016.


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Peter Murray

Trustee

Peter is Deputy Chief Executive, Information Knowledge Services at the Department of Internal Affairs and is a Wellingtonian. His professional training is as a Chartered Accountant. He has a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration from Victoria University of Wellington and an Executive Masters in Public Administration (2007), from the Australia and New Zealand School of Government, through Victoria University of Wellington.


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Chris Szekely

Trustee

Chris is Chief Librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library and secretary of the Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust.  He was previously City Librarian for South Auckland and has worked in libraries for 30 years. He is also a founding member of Te Rōpū Whakahau, the professional association for Māori working in the library and information sector, a Fellow of the Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa, as well as an award-winning author of children books.


 

Te Puna Foundation currently has vacancies for up to three independent trustees.


Management Team

Cheryl Klaui, Corin Haines, Gaynor Brymer and Numalani Fonoti.

Cheryl Klaui, Corin Haines, Gaynor Brymer and Numalani Fonoti.


Gaynor Brymer

Manager Te Puna Foundation

Gaynor has a breadth of commercial and fundraising experience, from 25 years in management roles in corporate, private business and not-for-profit. 


Interim Director

Corin has over 20 years’ experience working in libraries around New Zealand, the last 10 of which have been in senior management roles in public libraries and the National Library of New Zealand.

Corin Haines


Numalani Fonoti

Foundation Coordinator

Numalani has a background in project management, fundraising and database administration.


Communications Manager

Cheryl has a background working in various marketing roles in corporate, private business and the public sector, most recently working on He Tohu.

Cheryl Klaui


Te Puna
Foundation

Contact Us

PO Box 1467
Wellington 6140
New Zealand
P: 04 819 8936
E: nlfoundation@dia.govt.nz


Our Founding Supporters

Our generous founding supporters enable the National Library to fund new programmes to share New Zealand's knowledge
and ideas for generations to come.


 

The Former National Library Society

David Zwartz

Kate Fortune

Peter J Irwin

Anthea Hamlet

Joanna Matthew

Rebecca Elvy

Richard Eats and Hilary Eats

Gaynor Brymer

Corin Haines

Neil McGrath

Robert Mills

Julia Millen

Brian and Judith McLay

Cate Crombie

Lyn and Bruce Robertson

Susan Price

Rangi Kearney

The Friends of the Turnbull Library

Peter Murray

David Atkins

Jane Wright

Mark Stanley

Laurie Greig

Suzy Harvey

Valerie Love

Karen Ross

Beryl Anderson

Joy McNicoll

Alison Skerman

Yvonne Curtis

Sarah Knox

Penny Carnaby

Patricia Morrison

Margaret Wallace

David and Rachel Underwood