Bequests

Bequests

The Foundation is primarily set up to receive bequests, so that they may be invested in perpetuity and used to ensure that today’s budding dancers can dream of representing New Zealand on the world stage, and that tomorrow’s audiences will enjoy international talent right here at home.

We are honoured to recognise the individuals who have left a bequest with the Ballet Foundation. We also gratefully acknowledge those individuals and families who have let us know that they will leave a bequest in the future. We are happy to acknowledge these people in their lifetime.

Realised legacies
  • Jacqueline Banks*
  • Mona Emily Dyer*
  • Bernice Horne*
  • Hon. John Falloon*
  • Hilda May Godley*
  • Marian Louise Holt*
  • Kathleen Marjorie Hughes
  • Joyce Irene Maude Kemp*
  • Katherine Margaret Leslie*
  • Mavis Matthews Mateer*
  • ME McHardy*
  • Mrs Noelene McIlroy*
  • Frederick James Moselen*
  • Dorothy Nora Paterson*
  • Ron and Margaret Saunders Trust*
  • Margaret Chilton Scott*
  • Melba Gray Smith*
  • Phyllis Emily Steedman*
  • Barbara Webster*
  • Mrs Mary Wood*
Notified legacies

Anonymous x 6 Mark and Louise Binns
Lilias and Johnny Bell
Anne Briden*
Alison Buchanan and Eric Johnston
Val Charlton
Frances Coe
Bryan Crawford
Judith Doyle
The Emery Family
Warwick and Leigh Kennedy
The Lynn Trust
Melissandra McDonald*
Jane Meares
Tracey and Olivia Ray*
Douglas and Pam Robertson*
Karen Ross
Glenn Usmar and Robert Lahman*
Ian Webster
Leonard J Wilson*
Peter Wright*

*We are pleased to recognise donors who have chosen to bestow their legacy gift directly to the RNZB.

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Gifts made to the Foundation ensure that today’s budding dancers can dream of representing New Zealand on the world stage, and that tomorrow’s audiences will enjoy international talent right here at home.

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RNZB The Sleeping Beauty – Caroline Wiley, Madeleine Graham, Ana Gallardo Lobaina, Sara Garbowski, Lara Flannery, Katherine Skelton, Cadence Barrack. Photo: Stephen A’Court.