Canterbury law firm Saunders Robinson Brown has partnered with Māia Health Foundation as entertainment sponsor for the Feast on Saturday 6 November 2021.
Kiwi music legend Jason Kerrison MNZM will take centre stage to perform for Feast guests at Māia’s signature event at Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre in the heart of Ōtautahi.
Jason, who was raised in Canterbury, is a multi-platinum, multi-award-winning musician. His band OPSHOP garnered 9 Platinum albums, 9 NZ Music Awards and the prestigious APRA Silver Scroll Award for Song of the Year. He organised Band Together for Canterbury, which was, at the time the biggest free concert ever held in New Zealand with 160,000 attendees, for the people of Christchurch following the earthquakes in 2010.
Jason now lives on his Far North farm, where he continues to tend and develop his hemp farm and alpaca herd, hanging with his horse, and the native kiwi that roam on his property – all the while continuing to work on his upcoming new music and VR videos.
SRB Managing Partner Jonathan Gillard says “We’re thrilled to be sponsoring the Māia Health Foundation’s Feast event this year. As a Canterbury firm who places immense importance on health and wellbeing programs within our firm it is fantastic to support an event to raise money for child and youth mental health services in this region”.
With over 80 staff, and offices in Christchurch City and Rangiora, SRB provides legal advice to clients around New Zealand in four core practice areas: Commercial, Property, Trusts & Estates and Dispute Resolution. SRB also provides specialist legal services in Insurance, Employment, Family, Rural and Sports law.
The firm prides itself on an approachable client centric culture, and as a medium-sized law firm has the experience and expertise to deal with complex and challenging legal matters, while also offering personal service and advice that is tailored to individual needs.
The Māia team is grateful for the support of SRB in sponsoring the Feast, which promises to be a magical evening – e puta ki te ao/to shine the light on child and youth mental health.
Limited tickets to the 2021 Feast are available here.Back to