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About Trillian Trust

Trillian Trust Limited is a New Zealand based charitable trust, incorporated in August 2020 under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957.

Trillian Trust is a New Zealand based charitable trust, incorporated in August 2020 under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957.

Trillian Trust was formed to provide support to other New Zealand based charitable and not-for-profit organisations through grants that benefit your local community.

To generate the necessary funds in order to support your community, we obtained a licence to operate gaming machines in licensed venues across New Zealand.  This allows us to distribute the Net Proceeds from the gaming operation to successful grants applicants.

We are an independent boutique gaming operator and we pride ourselves on consistently providing high quality service to our licensed venues.  Most importantly, we are sincerely honoured to be able to give back to organisations that benefit communities throughout New Zealand

We've made a small change

Trillian Trust now works as a Limited company. Which really does not make any difference to you other than we have dotted some i's and crossed some t's and are one of the same.  We proudly continue to focus on our community centred beliefs and ensure the funds generated at our venues go back into charitable, non commercial and publicly beneficial purposes.  Trillian Trust as a whole over 20 years has invested $120 million back into the community.

Responsible Gambling

Gambling is a legitimate form of entertainment that, when not enjoyed sensibly, can harm a small number of players.  Trillian Trust takes our responsiblity of minimising harm seriously, and we work closely with venues and venue managers to ensure that staff are trained adequately in order to identify problem gamblers and offer available assistance

Knowing the Signs of Problem Gambling
These can include:

  • Length of Play – Too much time spent gambling
  • Complaints about losing
  • Negative behaviour - Rude to staff and other customers
  • Gambles winnings
  • Gets into debt – borrows money to play
  • Visibly stressed, agitated or frustrated
  • Leaves children unattended in the car to play

Read our Harm Minimistion Policy document.