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CMC Markets And Variety Celebrate 12 Years Of Partnership

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1 November 2021

Congratulations to our friends at CMC Markets and Variety for 12 years of working together to help talented young Kiwis reach their goals.

This year, 13 young people will get a CMC Markets Gold Heart Scholarships paid for by the online trading platform.

Each gets $5,000 to help them reach their full potential in their chosen field – sports, academia or the performing arts.

This year’s list includes Commonwealth, Olympic and Paralympic Games hopefuls from sporting codes as varied as swimming, shotput, wheelchair racing and sevens rugby.

Chris Smith, General Manager of CMC Markets NZ, says it’s a privilege to be able to make a difference every year.

“A number of recipients have gone on to do amazing things on the world stage, through their various passions. We look forward to seeing what this new round of recipients goes on to achieve, thanks to the wonderful work Variety is doing around the country.”

CMC has donated more than $325,000 and given 100 disadvantaged children the chance to succeed in spite personal challenges, financial or otherwise.

For more information and a list of this year’s Gold Heart Scholars, see variety.co.nz.

First published May 8th 2018.

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