CERT was established in 2011 to assist with the Christchurch rebuild and has now extended it’s focus to supporting amateur sport, education, arts and culture, and other community initiatives in Canterbury and Dunedin.
CERT is dedicated to making quality grants to local organisations that make a real difference in our community. CERT is committed to looking after its customers and stakeholders, and acting with honesty and integrity in all its dealings .
Now in its 8th year of operation, CERT contributed $2,616,692 to the local Canterbury and Dunedin communities for the year end March 2019.
If you’re a Class 4 Venue Operator operating in the Canterbury or Dunedin Region interested in joining CERT, visit the website www.cert.net.nz for more information or contact the Maxserv Team.
Grassroots Trust was established in 2003 to support sport, education and community organisations through the operation of gaming machines. Grassroots Trust operates 57 venues in Northland, Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Hawkes Bay, Waikato and Wellington Regions. The Trust is committed to returning local funds to local communities and in the year end March 2019, Grassroots Trust provided $16,089,163.25 to sport, community and education groups.
If you’re a Class 4 Venue Operator interested in joining Grassroots Trust, visit the website for more information www.grassrootstrust.co.nz or contact the Maxserv Team.
Grassroots Trust is Maxserv’s longest standing client. Grassroots Trust is governed by a Board of Directors and Maxserv provide a complete management solution for the Trust.
Grassroots Trust has a long standing partnership with Maxserv. Maxserv offers an excellent all round management solution for the Trust and is able to provide a “one stop shop” solution for us. We’re able to leverage from Maxserv’s resources, expertise, knowledge and industry relationships, without the cost and day-to-day pressure of running an in-house model. The level of communication and high level reporting to the Board of Directors from Maxserv assures us that we are operating a highly compliant, sustainable Society model.
Masse Cue Sports Club was set up in 1991 by a group of players keen to play, develop and promote the games of snooker, billiards and pool. The Club is family friendly and provides a safe and welcoming environment for several thousand club members across the Waikato, Franklin and Auckland Regions. Masse also holds a Class 4 Operator’s Licence which enables it to operate gaming machines in each of its clubs and another gaming venue.
If you’re a Class 4 Venue Operator interested in joining Masse Cue Sports Club, visit the website for more information www.masse.co.nz or contact the Maxserv Team.
Milestone Foundation was established in September 2015 to support local communities through the operation of gaming machines. Milestone Foundation’s intention is to distribute funding to support education, health and matters that promote and support the Asian culture in New Zealand.
For the year ending June 2017 Milestone Foundation returned $578,089.45 to community groups in Auckland which represents 41.91% of Gaming Machine Proceeds.
If you’re a Class 4 Venue Operator interested in joining Milestone Foundation, visit the website for more information www.milestonefoundation.co.nz or contact the Maxserv Team.
The Pelorus Trust is a charitable trust based in Lower Hutt raising funds for charitable, philanthropic and sporting purposes through the operation of gaming machines. Pelorus Trust operates gaming machines at 21 venues between the Far North District down to Nelson/Marlborough and their philosophy is not to be the biggest gaming operators – just the best.
If you’re a Class 4 Venue Operator interested in joining Pelorus Trust, visit the website for more information www.pelorustrust.net.nz or contact the Maxserv Team.