Stories of small-town success

PHOTO: JOHN COSGROVE
PHOTO: JOHN COSGROVE
Founder of The Warehouse and the Tindall Foundation Sir Stephen Tindall (right) listens as Kaitangata and District Promotions member Evan Dick and secretary Joyce Beck recount how their small rural community had managed to come together to fund and build some major projects in recent years.

Sir Stephen was in Balclutha to host a forum about building resilient communities with long-term, sustainable funds from local philanthropy, which can provide strong and effective local solutions, particularly in uncertain times.

PHOTO: JOHN COSGROVE
PHOTO: JOHN COSGROVE

Inset: Sir Stephen listens as Kaitangata Skate Park project co-ordinator Dallas Storer recounts how his project was supported by the community.

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