Pearl of the Islands Foundation

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We aim to foster understanding and acceptance between people of diverse communities through meaningful engagement and intercultural events.

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PIF works comprehensively to celebrate diversity and advance social cohesion between cultures to contribute to the educational, cultural and overall social well-being of Aotearoa through its established institutions, platforms, and activities.

Alongside community engagement and outreach, we do this through a number of intercultural and interfaith dialogue-based events such as Ramadan Iftar dinners, talks, and panels.

Pearl of the Islands Foundation is a registered Incorporated Society (1861117) and a charitable entity under the Charities Act (CC44418).

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Pearl of the Islands Foundation Inc. (PIF) is a non-profit charitable organisation established by mainly New Zealanders of Turkish descent in 2006. PIF works comprehensively to celebrate diversity and advance social cohesion between cultures to contribute to the educational, cultural and overall social well-being of our community through its established institutions, platforms, and activities. For more information, please visit www.pif.org.nz.

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