The Sir Hugh Kawharu Foundation has been registered by the Charities Commission (registration number 37075). Donations are eligible for tax deductions.

Programmes : Ngā pou tautoko

The Foundation develops and supports scholarship, fellowship and other programmes to support emerging Maori leaders in a range of fields

The Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship at the Auckland Business School

The Sir Hugh Kawharu Foundation is working with the University of Auckland Business School to establish a new scholarship to support emerging, entrepreneurial and professional Māori who wish to complete a masters degree in business. Further information will be provided in due course.

Fellowship Information and Application Form (from

The Sir Hugh Kawharu Masters Scholarship for Innovation in Science

The Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship for Innovation in Science is a $10,000 scholarship for study at masters level in the sciences.  The purpose of the Scholarship is to support and encourage masters level study by Māori in the sciences. Applications for the scholarship for the 2018 academic year must be submitted by the closing date of 15 September 2017.

Information and an application form

The Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship at the Auckland Museum

Sir Hugh Kawharu served as a member of the Auckland Museum Trust Board for 30 years, and was made a Fellow and Companion of the Museum in recognition of his service to the institution.  The Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship at the Auckland Museum comprises a grant of $10,000 for a student (undergraduate or graduate) enrolled at a New Zealand university in an area of relevance to the Museum's collections or departments and is provided by the Foundation and the Museum. The Museum administers the scholarship.

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The Committee for Auckland ‘Future Auckland Leaders’ Programme

The Foundation sponsors Māori participation in the Committee for Auckland’s ‘Future Auckland Leaders’ Programme.

For more information visit www.committeeforauckland.co.nz

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