CooperAitken care very much about the community and towns they are in, supporting many clubs, organisations and events in the local community. The team often get dressed up and rasie money for varies charities.
Morrinsville Junior Rugby
We are proud to be supporters of the Morrinsville Junior Rugby. Make sure you have a look out for the CooperAitken branded hoodies next time you're watching a game.
Rory Noorland, our recently recruited specialist accountant, attended Craigs Investments Annual Mini Putt Business House Challenge raising money for junior football
Farmstrong and Fit4Farming
We are proud supporters of Terry O'Brien who is participating in the Farmstrong Challenge.
This challenge is a new initiative encouraging rural people to take notice of their health and well being and take action to improve it. It aims to make New Zealand the fittest farming nation in the world. Local cyclists and farmers have joined together to create the Rural Cycle Tour.
The riders will be riding from Ngatea in the North Waikato to Bluff in the South on a 1400km cycle tour through rural New Zealand. All riders are from a rural background or work in the primary industry and are willing to share what they have learnt from keeping fit and how they fit it into their bust lives.
Morrinsville College playing St Pauls Collegiate School
Check out the CooperAitken goal posts
Putaruru-Tirau-Matamata Dog Trial
We are now sponsors of the sheep dog trial club 77th annual trial on the 25th and 26th February, 2016.To be held on Kakahu Hills farm.
Piako Club Show
We are sponsoring the local Piako Club Show (Hoistein Friesian) – which is at our clients farm Linda and Geoff Deane.
CooperAitken supporting the Morrinsville Christmas Parade 2015........
Ezekiel Trust 2015
The team donated goodies for the Christmas food hampers
The second Unveiling...
'Spirit' our second cow was unveiled at the Wallace Art Gallery last week
Artist Paul Bradley, when describing the artwork said, “The tree is a symbol of both growth and of generations; a family tree.
The tree wraps around the person and speaks of the connection between environment and people. We depend on the land as it provides us with food, livelihoods and a place to be. One side of the cow features the rolling hills, the other features water; the Piako river; the birds are flying high -
symbols of possibility and freedom.”
A further 27 cows were unveiled and now we have a herd of 42.
'Spirit' will greet you as your arrive at our Morrinsville office.
Morrinsville College 14th Annual Fun Run 2015
CooperAitken are proud to sponsor the Morrinsville College fun run.
Morrinsville Parent Centre
CooperAitken have supported the annual fundraiser for the parent centre - Movie night, silent auction, raffle, goody bag.... 3 June 2015.. see flyer
We have recently sponsored:
- Tauwhare School Golf Tournament
- Morrinsville Lions Charity Golf Tournament
- Springdale School Centenary
- Thames High School
- Morrinsville Parents Centre
- Morrinsville A&P show
- Waitakaruru School
- Tirau Dog Trials
- Morrinsville Sports Rugby
- Pohlen Hospital Charity
- Matamata squash Club
- Morrinsville Intermediate Production 'Little Stars"
Herd of Cows
The unveiling of the Herd of Cows took place 26 March at the Wallace Art Gallery check out the photo's
Our cow is called Freedom and has been decorated in our brand colours representing our vibrancy and energy....
‘Herd’ about the Herd of Cows?
CooperAitken is delighted to announce that we are the naming sponsor and founding member of the Herd of Cows? Morrinsville Street Art.
CooperAitken is working with Nicki Robb, Project Lead from the Herd of Cows? Project Team to bring together this community-driven initiative which will see life sized fibreglass cows produced, painted by artists and sponsored by local businesses and individuals. This unique, permanent art attraction is to create a point of difference for Morrinsville to demonstrate its innovation, vibrancy and our dairying heritage, while adding some flare and character to the town.
Maree Munro, CEO of CooperAitken said “We wanted to support this project as a thank you to the community, as we celebrated our 100 years in the town last year”.
Many local businesses are getting behind the venture and purchasing the fibreglass cows, which will be artistically painted by various artists, managed through the Wallace Art Gallery by Leah Murphy.
The brightly coloured ‘herd’ will be placed around the streets of Morrinsville in public places and in front of sponsors business premises.
A formal unveiling is expected at the Wallace Art Gallery in late March.
The Herd of Cows? Project Committee currently has 20 sponsors and is actively looking for more sponsors to “own their own cow”. If you would like to be part of this new venture and sponsor a cow please contact Nicki Robb, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021 343 170.
Heather Olesen – local artist
Maree Munro – CooperAitken CEO
Grant Eddy – CooperAitken Director
Nicki Robb, Project Lead