In 1959 a swimming and diving pool was constructed on the side of the hill alongside Wellington East Girls College (WEGC). It was an outdoor, unheated concrete pool built by hand.read more
An initiative focused on helping young people become work-ready and gain employ-ment is gaining traction among local businesses.read more
With art, culture and sport considered the usual beneficiaries of Trust House donations, community health and wellbeing is also getting a healthy slice of the pie.
Since 2009 the Trust House Foundation has provided around $175,000 of funding for automatic external defibrillators (AEDs).
Momentum is building for February’s Summer Concert in Masterton with one of the headline acts winning big at the recent New Zealand Music awards.read more
Upper Hutt Community Youth Trust is a charitable trust working with young people to help them realise hope for a better future. We run a youth centre, barista training course, recording studio, wellbeing courses and leadership training with young people, as well as a number of other youth programmes and mentoring.read more
Hastings group, riding for the disabled provides therapeutic riding for clients from all areas of Hawke’s Bay, who have a variety of physical, intellectual and emotional and behavioral disabilities.read more
D.R.E.A.M. Holiday Programmes have been wowing parents between New Zealand and Sydney’s Northern Beaches since its official launch in 2009. 2,565 children have experienced the wonder of these creative arts workshops. Click read more to watch a video about the Flaxmere initiative.read more
The Swimming Trust of Wellington approached Trust House back in 2016 to assist with costs in redeveloping an old dilapidated swimming pool at the local Girls College (see photo).read more
An old favourite is set to return to the miniature train track in Masterton’s Queen Elizabeth Park.read more
A free service ferrying Wairarapa people to and from appointments is potentially saving the health system tens of thousands of dollars a year.read more
IRONMĀORI Duathlon Wairarapa Oct 2017read more
Nigel Latta’s event, Teen Driving & Surviving the Teenage Years was held 25 Oct 2016 at Wairarapa College.read more
Wairarapa TV is a Freeview regional station broadcasting over Masterton, Carterton, Greytown, Featherston and Martinborough in the Wairarapa valley on channel 41.read more
We’ve been tremendously fortunate to have received the sponsorship we did from Trust House this year as it has allowed us to enter the various league teams and grades, and have been able to provide opportunities for our kids to participate in sport; which in a small community like Bridge Pa, is not as easy as it may seem.read more
“Trust House has invested in this very worthwhile event. We wanted to support this event because it’s all about getting the community fit and healthy, it includes a wide demographic and attracts people with varying degrees of fitness levels.”read more
On behalf of our Health Promotion team may I express our deepest gratitude to Trust House for sponsoring our wool-handling event and providing 4 $50 Trust House vouchers for our participants.read more
This being our second year and numbers are increasing each year it runs. With help from Trust House we were able to advertise on a national basis.read more
The Wairarapa Secondary School sports awards are an evening of recognition and celebration and are a pinnacle event on the Secondary School sporting calendar along with being a formal opportunity for families and friends to see their children receive accolades amongst the Wairarapa Secondary School Sport elite.read more
From small beginnings this awesome event series has grown in size and is achieving incredible life changing results.read more
The Golden Shears annual shearing and wool handling championship is iconic to Masterton, the Wairarapa and the world.read more
February each year. The 2016 show is to be held on Saturday 20 February 2016 with equestrian events being held over three days 19-21 February.read more
Wairarapa Balloon Festival is a must-see, four day regional festival for the whole family.read more
Kokomai is an inspiring festival of workshops and music, visual arts, film, dance, theatre, culinary arts and literature for all.read more
Having only been part of the Trust House team for 2 years I have been grateful of all the opportunities I have been given.
I work with a friendly group of people at the Support Office and am involved in all aspects of the company.Deanna Clement
Working for a well structured and focussed company like Trust House and Copthorne Hotel & Resort Solway Park has been the driving force for me to grow and succeed with my career. I have worked for Trust House on three occasions over 16 years and have always been welcomed back with open arms which excites me to perform to the highest standard for the company as a whole.
Trust House is extremely driven to succeed which I admire, and I base everything I do on this drive, not only in my work but also in my personal goals.Paul Hargood
I’ve worked for Trust House as a Rental property officer for over 15 years. It’s a diverse and challenging role, never boring! I have always had fair and supportive bosses at Trust House, they are are an awesome company to work for, the CEO had an open-door policy and, as well as being innovative and entrepreneurial, he is approachable. Staff are treated fairly here- i guess that’s why we stay.Karen Herbert