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cbm NZ welcomes new CEO Stephen Hunt

cbm NZ welcomes new CEO Stephen Hunt

In June 2015 the cbm NZ team is pleased to welcome their new CEO Stephen Hunt . “Simply making a difference” drove him to become a part of the cbm family.

To all our wonderful cbm supporters

I am humbled and excited to work for an international Christian organisation that strives every day to help those most in need – people with disabilities living in poverty – and to carry on a programme of work that is over 100 years old.

I feel blessed to have grown up in New Zealand, on a farm on the outskirts of Rotorua and for all the opportunities that my wife, children and I have had.

Prior to joining cbm I have held senior roles at World Vision, Manukau Institute of Technology and the Manukau City Council. My move to cbm is motivated by a desire to simply try and make a difference and together with you, to improve the lives of the world’s poorest people.

Your generosity inspires me. New Zealanders are among the most generous people in the world with many donating to charities such as cbm, volunteering their time to help those in need, or helping a stranger if the opportunity arose. I am looking forward to meeting many of you during my time at cbm.

Thank you very much for your support of our life-changing work.

Warm regards,


Stephen Hunt
CEO, cbm New Zealand

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