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"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, Chair, Motutapu Restoration Trust

We acknowledge the generosity of all the companies, community groups and individuals who continue to help us make a difference.


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Air New Zealand Environment Trust. You can donate to the Trust when you book your Air New Zealand flight. ANZET are generously sponsoring our
nursery expansion which will allow us to accelerate our planting programme


Funding for the refurbishment of the Reid Homestead including interpretation, refurbishment of the Home Bay wharf  and the Toyota troop carrier


Auckland Council provides funding for the restoration work through the Environmental Initiatives Fund


Auckland Transport sponsors car parking tickets for our public volunteer days

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The Auckland Zoo Conservation Fund has funded several projects including the removal of poplar trees

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Bayer, a major donor of the Trust, is focused on making a Better Life for people, plants and animals through their Life Science businesses HealthCare and CropScience

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dfk Oswin Griffiths Carlton, a member firm of dfk International, provide a wide range of accounting and business services. They provide our Trust financial audit services.

Chisholm Whitney Family Charitable Trust

Have funded several projects including interpretation; nursery toilets; partial funding of Suzuki; Home Bay foot bridge; specific projects within the nursery expansion.

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Daltons supply all your garden and landscaping requirements. They supply our Gardiner Gap nursery with seed raising mix

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Datacom designs, builds and runs IT systems and process for business. Datacom was a donor in 2014.  

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 Everris, leaders in control release fertilisers, provide our nursery operations Osmocote, a water soluble nutrient.


Fullers has been the leading ferry operator in Auckland for 20 years. They provide our volunteers discounted ferry fares on public volunteer days.


Kings Plant Barn, New Zealand and Auckland's leading Garden Centre. They supply tools for both our nursery and weedbusting activities.


Kiwis for Kiwi are working to protect kiwi and the places they live. They have assisted the kiwi programme on Motutapu.


Living Earth Ltd is New Zealand's major supplier of compost to rural and domestic markets. They supply us with garden/potting mix.

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Millennium and Copthorne hotels operate over 120 hotels in 19 countries. Millennium operate a foyer display, donation facility and provide meeting room facilities to our Trust


Minter Ellison Rudd Watts is a leading full-service law firm. They provide probono legal advice to our Trust.


Eco Designs make 'My Bag Cares. They donate a fixed dollar amount to the Trust for every bag sold


Nufarm NZ manufactures a broad range of crop protection products. They donate us herbicide for our weedbusting activities.


The Workwear Group brings together the very best of New Zealand work wear. They donated overalls for the weed busting team.


PartnersLife is a Kiwi owned life insurance company offering a full range of life risk products for the protection of New Zealand families and ​businesses.

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Soar Printing. You think it, they print it. Soar Printing partially sponsor the Trust’s newsletter and provide printing services to the Trust.


Trackwise 4WD offer expertise in off road driving. They sponsored a 4WD course for the Trust’s core volunteers.


Ubiquity delivers smarter marketing solutions and online marketing campaigns. They provide communications and database services to the Trust.


Weedbustersare generous supporters of the Trust’s weed busting programme.

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WWF contributed to a wetland restoration project.


Pub Charity provided funding for two-way radios for better communication