The City Gallery Wellington Foundation was established in 1998 to give private individuals and the corporate sector an opportunity to participate in the future of the City Gallery.
The Foundation's Board of Trustees seeks corporate and private funding to build a capital endowment fund to underwrite the financial risk associated with major national and international exhibitions.
Foundation members ensure the City Gallery's continued reputation and success for showing widely-acclaimed exhibitions of international standard.
Membership of City Gallery Wellington Foundation provides a unqiue opportunity for individual and corporate patrons to secure a close, prominent, rewarding and long-term relationship with one of New Zealand's highest profile arts institutions. Foundation membership is available for corporate and individual participants at four different levels of contribution. Foundation members receive a range of benefits according to their level of membership.
For further information about the City Gallery Wellington Foundation please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the City Gallery Wellington Foundation Annual Report 2011-2012.
- Alan Judge (Chair), Partner, Ernst & Young
- Nigel Williams, Cheif Risk Officer, ANZ
- Glenn Stewart, Director, CMS Capital
- Tony Kerridge, General Manager, Caffe Lâaffare
Honorary Life Benefactors
- Russell Hancock Family
- Michael Hirschfeld Family
- Denis & Verna Adam
- Sir Roderick & Lady Gillian Deane
Corporate Principal Benefactor
- Ernst & Young
- Seresin Estate
- Nigel Williams & Rae-ann Sinclair
- Alan Judge & Catherine Shaw
- Paul & Sheryl Baines
- Deborah & Peter Cutfield
- Bill Patterson & Robyn Hopkins
- Hugh Rennie QC & Penelope Ryder-Lewis
- Gerald & Kate Parsonson
- John & Donna Heginbotham
- Catherine Savage & Glenn Stewart
- Stuart Gardyne & Janey Christopherson
- Patrick & Susie Greene
- Aloysius & Eileen Teh
- Tony Kerridge & Martin Brown
- Michael Seresin
- Ian Cassels & Caitlin Taylor