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Sponsors and Funders

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At Youthline, we couldn't do our work without the support of the individuals, sponsors and funders that really get behind us to ensure we are able to continue to change the lives of young people. 

Through the generosity of our supporters, Youthline is able to work alongside the community in many areas of need. We would like to thank you all for your commitment to investing in the future of young people and communities across Aotearoa. 

Primary Logo Web Simpson Grierson Logo
 
JB HiFi Logo

Overland Footwear Logo

GlaxoSmithKline Logo

 

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The Lion Foundation Foundation north Logo Lottery Grants
Auckland Council SkyCity   COGS
Airport Community Trust  Vodafone Foundation  Todd Foundation
 Pub Charity NZCT  Infinity

 

COGS Grants Community Trust of Southland Guardian Trust
ILT Foundation  Invercargill Licensing Trust  John Ilott Logo
The Lion Foundation  Lottery Grants  Southern Victorian Charitable Trust
 Southland District Council The Southern Trust  United Way

 


 

Ministry of Social Development

Massey University

Counties Manukau District Health Board

Mount Albert Grammar School

HealthWest

Waitemata District Health Board

Ministry of Health

Ministry of Education

Ministry of Youth Development

Child, Youth and Family

 


 

ACE Aotearoa

Akarana Community Trust

AK Franks Charitable Trust

ANZ Staff Foundation

Auckland Airport Community Trust

Auckland City Alternative Education Consortium

Auckland Council Franklin Local Board

Auckland Council Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

Auckland Council Howick Local Board 

Auckland Council Kaipatiki Local Board

Auckland Council Mangere Otahuhu Local Board 

Auckland Council Manurewa Local Board

Auckland Council Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local 

Auckland Council Orakei Local Board 

Auckland Council Papakura Local Board

Auckland Council Otara Papatoetoe Local Board 

Auckland Council Puketapapa Local Board 

Auckland Council Upper Harbour Local Board  

Auckland Council Upper Harbour Youth Caucus  

Auckland Council Waiheke Local Board

Auckland Council Whau Local Board

Baxter Healthcare

Bay Trust

BlueSky Community Trust

Blue Waters Community Trust

BNZ Closed for Good

BP in the Community

Buzz Channel

Cameron Family

Canon

Charles Frederick Bennett Estate

Christine Taylor Foundation for Mental Health

COGS - Auckland City

COGS – Far North

COGS - Hauraki

COGS - Kirikiriroa/Hamilton

COGS – Mataatua

COGS – Manakau

COGS - Papakura/Franklin

COGS - Rotorua

COGS - Tauranga/Moana

COGS - Waikato West

COGS - Waitakere 

COGS - Whangarei/Kaipara

Connect

DIA Youth worker Training Fund

Dragon Community Trust

Endeavour Community Foundation

First Aid Suppliers

First Sovereign Trust Ltd

Frank, Judith and Burton Family

Frozen Funds Charitable Trust

Grassroots Trust Ltd

Guardian Trust - The Benjamin and Jane Murray Trust

Guardian Trust - The Clyde Graham Charitable Trust

R Hannah & Co

Henderson-Massey Local Board

Howick Local Board

Hubbards

Infinity Foundation

Inzide Commercial

John Ilott Charitable Trust

Lions Club New Zealand

Lou and Iris Fisher Charitable Trust

Mazda Foundation

Manurewa Local Board

Microsoft Philanthropies

Mt Wellington Foundation

Nestle

North and South Trust

Ole Creative Marketing

Ozone Coffee

Passrite

Pegasus Sports Foundation

Pelorous Trust

Perpetual Guardian - Alexander Harold Watson Charitable Trust 

Perpetual Guardian - Benjamin and Jane Murray Trust

Perpetual Guardian - Strathlachlan Fund

Puketepapa Local Board

Rotary International

Sargood Bequest

Sir John Logan Campbell Residuary Estate

Stephen and Charlotte Bell

The Trusts Community Foundation

TM Hoskings Charitable Trust

Trust Waikato

Toyota

Trust Waikato

Waitemata District Health Board

Wiri Licensing Trust

Youthtown

Z Energy - Good in the Hood

 

 

 

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How we are funded

Youthline is made up of a number of separate legal entities who come together to provide our national helpline services (phone/TXT/email). 

Each centre receives funding from a range of local supporters, while funding for our National helpline service is sourced collectively.

Overall Youthline's support comes from three key areas. These are:

  • Grants and Philanthropic Donors (approximately 60%)
  • Partners and Sponsors (approximately 20%)
  • General Fundraising, including individual donors, peer to peer fundraising and events (approximately 20%).
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Become a funding partner

Partnering with Youthline is an investment in New Zealand’s future.  

A partnership with Youthline will provide your organisation with a number of channels to demonstrate to your stakeholders, customers and staff alike that your organisation cares about the environment we live in. The young people of today will shape our tomorrow, and your organisation can make a remarkable difference by providing leadership opportunities for young people who want to develop themselves and by supporting those in need.

Whether it is through brand promotion, staff engagement or building a stronger profile within the community, a partnership with Youthline means your organisation is going to make a difference to young people in New Zealand.

The benefits of partnering with Youthline

Working in partnership with Youthline can bring lasting benefits to your company whilst helping young people and their families.

Increase Staff engagement and boost morale

Show your staff that your organisation cares about its people by making a commitment to supporting young people. Your people can feel proud that through their employment, they are contributing to building better futures. We can provide:

  • Breakfast or lunchtime speaking engagements covering useful and practical tips for supporting young people in your business, community or families
  • Opportunities to work together and fundraise for Youthline
  • Volunteering opportunities for your staff
  • Payroll or matched giving activities
  • Internal competitions
  • Partnering with Youthline for an event 
  • Employment Assistant Programme (EAP) for your organisation

Promotion: increase your sales  - raise your profile and brand awareness

By using effective PR and marketing, your brand can be associated with one of New Zealand's most recognised charities. Youthline has an over 85% unprompted awareness rate with young people as being a service that is there to support them.

Research has proven that a brand’s association with a charity positively affects consumer perception and can increase sales. Align your brand or build a joint marketing approach with Youthline to support the wellbeing of young people in New Zealand by promoting healthy, positive messages on your products.

Youth market: access and/or reflect on youth

  • We offer direct access to young people and the ability to promote your services or products
  • Test your latest development with young people

Some of the ways in which we can acknowledge your organisation:

  • A national press release promoting our partnership
  • Design of two logos, one for use by your organisation and one for Youthline
  • Priority placement of logo on all marketing materials nationwide, i.e. banners, brochures
  • Naming rights on major Youthline events
  • Partnership promotion through a prominent banner on the Youthline website and links to your website and social media
  • Your logo on Youthline event T-shirts
  • Advertising space on our nationwide community newsletter
  • Recognition plaque in the Youthline Centre reception areas
  • Merchandising opportunities
  • Prominent logo on the cover of Youthline annual report which goes out to 300+ stakeholders each year
  • Opportunities for conjoint media articles or campaigns
  • Potential product endorsement by Youthline of your organisation’s goods and services
  • Opportunities for staff to attend Youthline Leadership courses
  • Opportunities for staff to volunteer at Youthline events
  • Promotion within schools

If you’re interested in learning how you can get your company involved with us, please contact us on changinglives@youthline.co.nz.

 



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