Milestone Foundation Limited may make grants for any charitable purpose and any non-commercial purpose that is beneficial to the whole or a section of the community. Priority funding will be given to education, health and matters that promote and support the Asian culture.
The above authorised purpose includes (but is not limited) providing grants for: a. Increasing access to technology resources to educate and skill people at a primary and secondary level (e.g. the provision of computers and tablets in classrooms, electronic whiteboards, and Wi-Fi access at schools); b. Scholarships and prizes for academic achievement (provided the students are selected in a fair and open manner, and are overseen by a recognised educational authority or school board, and provided that they are limited to primary and secondary level); c. The provision of non-profit childcare and educational services for children; d. Public health services including education, counselling and rehabilitation services; e. Providing healthcare equipment to public hospitals and non-profit health clinics; f. Relieving poverty through access to advice, support and assistance to recent immigrants to New Zealand including, without limitation: i. Counselling services; ii. Health information; iii. Mediations for family conflicts; iv. Visitation; v. Creating social networks; and vi. Providing assistance and support for other family members who provide care for such persons. g. Guidance services aimed at enabling Asian immigrants to settle faster and take up responsibilities as part of the New Zealand society and so eliminate the possibility of Asian immigrant families being dependant on government social assistance; h. The provision of advice and training to Asian immigrants on access to job training and work experience; i. The provision of training to assist unemployed Asian immigrants in gaining the confidence and initiative to handle themselves in all aspects of communication and job seeking; j. The provision of education and training for the improvement of road safety, with a particular focus on recent Asian immigrants to New Zealand; k. The promotion, planning, organising and running of non-profit events that celebrate or concern Asian culture; l. Classes that teach Asian languages and culture; m. Classes that teach the English language to new immigrants; n. The provision of advice, assistance and information about Asian cultures; o. Providing milk and breakfasts to decile one schools; p. The promotion of health via encouraging participation in amateur sport, including participation in table tennis, badminton and soccer; and q. The promotion of public amenities such as parks or museums.