Taking business leaders out of their boardrooms and into their community to raise crucial funds for the Mission’s Back to School programme.
Bayleys Plate up for a Purpose - Amy Murdoch
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Name: Amy “Egg me on” Murdoch
Title and Company: CEO, Nexia NZ Chartered Accountants
What is your cooking experience? With an egg allergy and various food intolerances, some might say it’s been limited, but I’ve found there is a substitute for everything, and you can’t beat a good roast!
What would your cooking signature dish be? A signature dish would imply consistent success…. Although I have been told my lasagne is edible.
Why are you cooking to help disadvantaged Canterbury children get a fair start in education?
We all have a responsibility to ensure that every child in this country has the best possible start in life. This is a great opportunity to give back to the community and we’re honoured to be a part of it.
What does being part of Bayleys Plate Up for a Purpose mean to you and your organisation?
At Nexia NZ, our core purpose is Your Success, Our Priority. This relates to our clients, staff and our wider community – we think everyone has the right to get the best chance of success. My involvement in this event is our way of supporting our local children to have the best possible start and give them the opportunities to succeed both socially and academically. As a Firm we have been keen supporters of the Christchurch City Mission over recent times, and this is yet another fantastic programme that we are excited to be a part of.
How can the general public help you?
Get behind this worthy cause and contribute whatever you can.
Amy Murdoch's involvement (page creator)
The Christchurch City Mission runs 13 services including the Back to School programme, emergency foodbank, separate men's and women's emergency night shelters, addiction counselling, men's and women's day programmes.
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This page was created on 4 Oct 2019 and closed on 6 Mar 2020.