Become a Sponsor

Sponsors & Donors

"The Motutapu Restoration Trust could not do its work without the generous support of sponsors and donors. We thank everyone who has contributed to the work of the Trust since its inception". 
Hon Christine Fletcher

Become a Sponsor!

The Motutapu Restoration Trust would be unable to carry out its restoration work without the generosity of companies, community groups and individuals.

Becoming a sponsor of the Motutapu Restoration Trust is a wonderful opportunity to be part of one of New Zealand's most important conservation projects. With the restoration of the island's natural heritage, Motutapu is poised to become, once all our animal pests have gone, a wonderful wildlife sanctuary where our special native species will be able to flourish.

Raise your company's profile by being connected with this major conservation project! Be associated with the restoration of New Zealand's special biodiversity!

Since its inception in 1994, the Trust has had the generous assistance of a number of companies with gifts of products and services. With the project now expanding, there are plenty more opportunities for sponsorship. Assistance can be in kind or in cash. We are grateful for any assistance, size is no matter.

Potting mix, weeding equipment, sausages for volunteer days, car parking, ferry fares, seed raising mix, wine for special events, bottled water for our volunteers, computer software and long term fertiliser are just some of the goods and services that are currently being sponsored.

The Trust warmly welcomes all inquiries regarding sponsorship support arrangements. If you would like to be involved and discuss possibilites with us you can reach us on Contact Us.

Current Sponsors

 Ports of Auckland, Carlton DFK, Tegel, Eagle Technology, Esri, Soar Printing, SoftSource, Selaks, Ubiquity, Daltons, Living Earth, Constellation New Zealand, Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, Fullers, Kings Plant Barn, Scotts, Auckland City, Nufarm, Frucor, Webmate

We encourage you to support these organisations that are currently assisting us with our work

 

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