In addition to rewarding beneficiaries, the Wi Pere Trust provides educational scholarships to whānau to develop future leaders for the next generation.
From his country mansion in Havelock North, 60-year-old Jonathan McHardy has assembled a property portfolio valued at more than $100 million.
Well known for his entrepreneurial bent, Stanford is a co-founder and cornerstone shareholder in the Wellington video and audio technology company Rubber Monkey.
Alex, Theo, and Marcel Giesen credit their grandfather, sommelier August; great-grandfather Leonhard Kaiser, a brewer; and their parents with giving them their DNA for drinks and hospitality.
Through the Skeggs Foundation, the family has provided financial support to Otago athletes since 1993. In 2022, grants to athletes and coaches totalled more than $137,000.
Through the Jester Foundation, Richard Abbott and his partner Gillian Newland made donations to 11 social organisations over the past year.
In the past year, the Inger family have been involved in saving Tapora Golf Course, which is near of one of their farms and functions as a hub for the rural community.
The Perpetual Guardian Foundation supports a range of causes and develops new tools for charities to fund their activities in a digital age.
Outside of work, Jonny Hendriksen has a passion for flying helicopters and breeds and races racehorses.
The Perry Group received the green light from the Hamilton City Council in late 2021 to press on with its $1 billion Te Awa Lakes master-planned community.