Become a Sponsor

The Motutapu Restoration Trust would be unable to carry out its restoration work without the generosity of many special individuals, community groups and businesses supporting us with funds or in kind.

Each Sponsor is part of one of New Zealand’s most important conservation projects. Motutapu will be a wonderful wildlife sanctuary where our special native species will be able to flourish.

Since its inception in 1994, the Trust has had the generous assistance of many individuals, groups and businesses . We are grateful for any assistance, size is no matter.

The Trust warmly welcomes all inquiries regarding sponsorship support arrangements. If you would like to be involved and discuss possibilities with us please email admin@motutapu.org.nz

Alternatively, you can make a one off donation to the trust here

The Trust’s Strategic Partners

The Motutapu Restoration Trust’s partners and sponsors are our enablers. We sincerely thank them all for sharing our vision for the island.

Strategic Partners

The Trust’s Sponsors

The Motutapu Restoration Trust is enormously appreciative of the funding and in-kind support it receives from our sponsors. They are all incredibly generous. We acknowledge four levels of sponsorship measured over three year funding windows.

Takahe Sponsors

Kiwi Sponsors

Chisholm Whitney Charitable Trust

Lou and Iris Fisher Charitable Trust

Sills van Bohemen

Tui Sponsors

Air NZ Environment Trust

ANZ Staff Foundation

ASB (Rural)

Auckland Zoo

Kings Plant Barn

Nightingale Glen

NZ Community Trust

Pharmacy Webmart Ltd

Sir John Logan Campbell Residual Trust

Soar Print

Starline – Washtech

Ubiquity

Workwear

Other Valued Supporters

Anna Bidwill, Archibald Agencies, Daltons, Davis Funerals, Liz Ebbett, Everis, Millennium Hotels and Resorts, Alison Morton, Glen Nightingale, Norman Family, Project Crimson, Pub Charity, Return to Sender, Sutcliffe W D & Williams G, The Bodyshop, TSB Bank Ltd

Trustees also acknowledge and thank the many other community groups and individuals who volunteer their time and skills or donate to the restoration of Motutapu.