The Legacy Trust
Legacy Trust is the owner of Legacy Funerals and other funeral interests. The unique thing about the Legacy Trust is that all profits from its business interests go back to the community.
Our funeral directors have gifted over $2.7million to charities, schools, clubs and other worthwhile causes. The business model is very special as it truly enables families and Legacy staff to create a lasting legacy in their community.
Purpose of the Trust
Legacy Trust is a registered charitable trust and the owner of Legacy Funerals and other funeral business interests. The Trust is responsible for the management of business operations and the annual distribution of all profits from the business for the good of the local community. Each year, the Trust makes a full disclosure of fund distribution via their website and local newspapers. Since Legacy Trust was formed in 2007, over $2.7million has been gifted to the local community - generosity that is only possible because of the choice families have made in choosing Legacy Funerals.
Legacy Funeral costs are comparable to others, yet offer added value through benefits to the community. Some of the charities and organisations to have benefitted include: Waipuna Hospice, Surf Lifesaving Bay of Plenty, Parkinsons Association, Rescue Helicopter, Riding for the Disabled, local colleges, Tauranga Foodbank, Tauranga Arts Festival, Tauranga Rugby Union and the Foundation for Youth Development. These are but some examples, but they portray the breadth of beneficiaries.
Those associated with Legacy Funerals and Legacy Trust hope you can identify with the wonderful opportunity this gift provides for people to make a lasting difference to the lives of others.
Create the perfect tribute - and create a legacy...
All profits from Legacy Funerals are distributed by the Legacy Trust to local charities. This generosity that is only possible because of the choice that families have made in choosing Legacy Funerals.
has been gifted back to the community since 2007
community organisations have received grants
While Greg no longer receives a salary or benefit from the funeral business which he formerly owned, his family trust continues to own the Woodhill and Tauranga Park funeral home premises. In this way he receives rental income. It is intended that these properties will be gifted to The Acorn Foundation upon his death.
Bill Holland is a partner of local law firm Holland Beckett. He has had extensive community involvement including Tauranga Boys' College Board of Trustees (chairperson - 12 years), Tauranga Rotary Club (Paul Harris Fellow and past-president), YMCA (chairperson - 5 years), Tauranga Rowing Club (life member), Acorn Foundation (founding Chair) and Tauranga Old Boys' Rugby Club (secretary). He is currently a Priority One Board member, the Chair of TECT, and he serves as a trustee on a number of community-based trusts.