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Crosbys donate $100,000 to struggling Waikato businesses
Posted On: Friday, 17 April 2015

Hamilton couple Bernie and Kaye Crosby have kick-started a scholarship aimed at helping Waikato businesses.

The couple, who founded multi-million dollar business Prolife Foods from a garage in Darley Street say they had their fair share of help along the way, and now it is time to give back.

The scholarship will see six Waikato businesses supported onto the Icehouse owner manager programme every year for the next three years. The Icehouse, an organisation Bernie Crosby has been involved with since he went on the programme himself in 2003, is an Auckland-based business-support group aimed helping entrepreneurs...

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