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Empowering the Future through Sponsorship of North Harbour Club - AIMS Awards and Scholarships

Updated: Jul 10, 2023



Since 1995 the North Harbour Club has awarded more than $2,500,000 in AIMES, Emerging Talent or Junior Excellence Awards to approximately 378 North Harbour youth to assist them in their pursuit of excellence in the Arts, Innovation, Music, Education, Sports and Service to the Community. Many of our winners have gone on to proudly represent North Harbour and New Zealand on the world stage. They also give back to the North Harbour Club in many ways including attending and speaking at events, donating items for fundraising and performing at the AIMES and Business Hall of Fame Gala Dinners.


Among the illustrious list of past winners are world champion golfer Lydia Ko, who emerged as a prodigious talent at a young age and continues to dominate the sport. Olympian Eliza McCartney has made her mark in the world of pole vaulting, showcasing her incredible abilities on the international stage. Tom Ashley, another recipient of this prestigious award, is an accomplished windsurfer who claimed a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Lorde, the globally acclaimed musician, songwriter, and producer, has captured the hearts of millions with her distinctive sound and lyrical prowess.



Precise Homes is proud to be the sponsor of both the North Harbour Club AIMES Award and the North Harbour Club AIMES Emerging Talent & Scholarship Award.


Please join us in extending our heartfelt congratulations and celebrating the remarkable achievements and success of the 2023 winners of the North Harbour Club - AIMS Emerging Talent & Scholarship Awards. These exceptional young individuals have demonstrated extraordinary talent, dedication, and a relentless pursuit of excellence in their respective fields.


Read more about their stories at the links below:




As Precise Homes continues its proud sponsorship, it remains dedicated to empowering exceptional individuals. We firmly believes that investing in the future of the northern region is not only beneficial for the individuals receiving support but also for the community as a whole.

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