Emma Harding and Ian Anderson established the JUST trust in 2023. Emma and Ian have been working in and around the health and education sectors since 1995. They are also the founders of Streamliners and co-founders of SchoolDocs, both of which have their head offices in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Emma and Ian started Streamliners in the year 2000. Its purpose was to support front line workers in a range of industries to access the information they needed ‘on the job’ to get on with the task immediately in front of them. By 2010 Streamliners was mostly focused on the health sector with a service for general practice teams called HealthPathways. By 2023 Streamliners was delivering the HealthPathways service throughout New Zealand, Australia, and, increasingly, the United Kingdom. The Streamliners purpose evolved into “improving the health and wellbeing of people around the world”.
With Streamliners growing into a global business, Emma and Ian turned their minds to ensuring it would stay based in New Zealand with global reach, not be sold, and continue to focus on its purpose beyond their tenure as owners. To support this goal, they created the JUST trust, and transferred their shareholding to it. Hence, any future dividends from Streamliners go to JUST, enabling it to perform its charitable purpose.
JUST is currently a full tax paying entity, and is not seeking charitable funding or donations to support its charitable activities.