Greenstone Partners is a supporter of the following organisations, charities and events:
MacMasters Beach Surf Lifesaving Club
Over the past five years, Greenstone Partners has supported
MacMasters Beach Surf Lifesaving Club by:
two surf boats;
the under 23 women’s team in the 2010 Ocean Thunder Pro Surf Boat Series; and
a surf ski to Corey Myers who represented MacMasters Beach Surf Lifesaving Club
in the 2012 Coolangatta Gold Ironman.
Byron Writers Festival 2016 and 2017
Greenstone Partners is proud to be a Major Partner of Byron Writers Festival again in 2017, as it celebrates 21 years of storytelling, debate, and big ideas. The Festival is renowned for its sense of community and treasured by those who attend. Its power lies in the evocative expression of real and imagined stories that strike chords and captivate because they are authentic, and are told by exceptional thinkers, writers and communicators.
John Safran, Hannah Kent, Jimmy Barnes, and Tony Jones are just some of the more than 130 writers and thinkers converging on the iconic coastal town of Byron Bay from 4-6 August 2017 to celebrate the Festival’s 21st Anniversary
For more information on the Festival and line-up, go to www.byronwritersfestival.com
Soldier Songs & Voices
Greenstone Partners is a supporter of Soldier Songs & Voices, a non-profit organization that provides free instruments and song writing lessons to
Military veterans as a form of post conflict care.
Fiji Day Festival 2014
Rugby Seven's Tournament
The Rugby Seven’s Tournament is part of the Fiji Day Festival which is a celebration of Fijian culture and people which also includes entertainment, fashion, food and a hotly contested netball tournament. The festival will be held across Sydney commencing on Saturday 3rd October 2014 and has historically drawn crowds of more than 25,000 people.
Greenstone Partners is sponsoring a team in the Fiji Day Festival Rugby Seven's Tournament which incorporates 24 teams representing different Fijian provinces and Pacific nations.
Sculpture by the Sea
The sculpture, named “Aquarium of the Pacific Gyre”, displayed a giant glass case filled with parodies of sea life made from actual marine
debris. The objective of the sculpture was to draw viewers attention to
the often overlooked problem of ocean pollution. Ideally, viewers will walk
away aware of this growing problem and be provoked to take some action.
The “Aquarium of the Pacific Gyre” was displayed on the world famous
Bondi Beach from 24 October 2013 to 10 November 2013.
Photo: Andrew Worssam.
Future Direction Network
The Future Direction Network is a not for profit organisation that aims to inform, educate and inspire youth from South West Sydney about the importance of attending university. The network accomplishes its aims through mentoring programs, career pathway planning and financial assistance in the form of scholarships.
The Greenstone Partners is a financial supporter of the Future Direction Network.
Spinal Cord Injury Research
CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Trust
The CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Trust (the
“CatWalk Trust”) was founded in 2005 by Catriona Williams, formerly one of New
Zealand’s leading international equestrian riders. Following a riding accident in 2002, Catriona
is now a C6/C7 tetraplegic and confined to a wheelchair. The CatWalk
Trust is dedicated to raising funds to support the body of scientific opinion
which says a cure for spinal cord injury will be found.
Partners was a major sponsor of the CatWalk’s Trust’s Big Cycle. In July
2013, a team of Catwalk supporters, including Catriona Williams and Greenstone
Partners’ Scott Malcolm, cycled over 1,000 kilometres from Lhasa, Tibet to
Kathmandu, Nepal. The route included the challenge of climbing ten
Himalayan passes (of which five are over 5,000 metres in height); all in the
name of cycling so others can walk. The Big Cycle raised over NZ$600,000
for spinal cord injury research. Greenstone Partners was a Peak Partner
of the Big Cycle as sponsor of Everest Base Camp and Scott individually raised
information on the Catwalk Trust can be found at www.catwalk.org.nz.