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Grant to Assist Justices’ Work

Ric Carlyon - Monday, March 13, 2017

The Association has benefited from a grant of more than $52,000 from the Joyce Fisher Charitable Trust.

Thrilled with the news, President Selwyn Haworth says the money will be used to assist our members who carry out Ministerial duties at Service Desks. 

“We’ll be purchasing equipment to enable on-duty Justices to access the internet. This will provide them with any on-line guidance they may need on the many matters they deal with across so many agencies and companies". 

"It will also simplify recording their data, essential to tally the services provided, everywhere, by Justices of the Peace. We’ll start by equipping the busiest of our 65 desks across Greater Auckland”.  



The Joyce Fisher Charitable Trust was founded in 1975 by Lady Joyce Fisher, wife of Sir Woolf Fisher, both in their own right philanthropists, and in whose name several Trusts continue to benefit the community.  
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