At Youthline we are dedicated to building strong, mutually beneficial partnerships with companies who wish to be recognized as champions of quality youth services and programmes in New Zealand.
At Youthline we are dedicated to building strong, mutually beneficial partnerships with companies who wish to be recognised as champions of quality youth services and programmes in New Zealand.
We are proud to be supported by the Vodafone Foundation, Glaxo Smith Kline (NZ), Simpson Grierson, Ministry of Social Development, Counties Manukau District Health Board, Child Youth and Family, and the Lion Foundation, plus the generous support of many great organisations such as Jay Jays, as well as many other companies, charities and individuals.
Youthline provides fundamental services to the people and communities of New Zealand. With your support Youthline can continue to be there for young people and their caregivers, working to reduce the isolation, fear and violence too apparent in today's world.
Current research shows:
• 71% of Kiwis would be more likely to buy/product/services from a company that supports a worthy cause
• 57% of these would pay a premium price for a product that supports a worthy cause
• 71% are loyal to a company they know to be supporting a charity
There are of course many other reasons for sponsoring Youthline:
• The “feel good” factor for staff knowing they work for an organisation that supports Youthline
• A practical expression of corporate values – “we say we want to support community this is our way of doing it”
• The building of a “good corporate citizen” image in the wider community
• Leveraging off the relationship with Youthline at events and for media opportunities
If you are interested in Partnering with Youthline, we would like to invite you to come to Youthline House in Ponsonby for morning or afternoon tea. By spending some time with us you can witness first-hand the extensive services that we provide, and gain an understanding of how your support could benefit young people and families throughout New Zealand.
Expressions of Interest
*From Do Gooder & Good- How Doing Good is Good For Business. Robin Hood Foundation. 2006