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Our Major Supporters

 

It is only through the generosity of many funders and philanthropic trusts, individuals and organisations that Child Matters is able to continue to undertake its work. We are extremely grateful not only for the financial support but for the invaluable time, expertise and resources that have been so generously donated to help Child Matters protect children. We extend our sincere and warm thanks to all those who have contributed in so many ways. We believe that everyone can do something to help protect children, and this generosity exemplifies this belief.

We are especially indebted to our largest and longest-standing funders and supporters.  There is no way we can come close to adequately thanking them or repaying the debt we owe them.

 

Donny Charitable Trust

 

 

We also thank...

  • Neil Richardson
  • Verdict Communications

As funds are needed to help people around the country, we would not be able to operate without the help provided from:

  • Acorn Foundation
  • Bay Trust
  • Brian Perry Foundation
  • Catholic Care Foundation
  • Chow Hill
  • Community Trust of Canterbury
  • Community Trust of Otago
  • Community Trust of Southland
  • Community Organisation Grant Scheme (Chch & Hawkes Bay)
  • Convex
  • Department of Internal Affairs (Napier COGS, Nelson COGS, Waitakere COGS)
  • DV Bryant Trust
  • Dunedin Casino Charitable Trust
  • Facilitate Communications
  • First Sovereign Trust
  • Footsteps poutama
  • Gallagher Group
  • Harcourts
  • Hamilton City Council
  • Hawkes Bay Foundation
  • Hugh Green Foundation
  • ILT Foundation
  • Jack & Marjorie Ferrier Trust
  • James Russell Lewis Trust
  • JBS Dudding Trust
  • JN & HB Williams Turanga Trust
  • Leaseplan NZ
  • John Ilot Charitable Trust
  • Lion Foundation
  • Longveld Engineering
  • Lotteries National Board
  • LW Nelson Trust
  • Mainland Foundation
  • Marlborough District Council
  • Midlands Health Network
  • Nelson City Council
  • NZ Post Community Post
  • Otago Community Trust
  • PSP Plastics
  • Pub Charity
  • Public Trust – The Page Trust
  • Richardson Foundation
  • Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust
  • Sir John Logan Campbell Residuary Estate
  • Social Angels
  • Sky City Hamilton Community Trust (Hamilton, Auckland)
  • Southland District Council
  • Te Puni Kokiri
  • Thomas George Macarthy Trust
  • Trust House Charitable Trust
  • Thames Coromandel District Council
  • Waikato Tainui
  • Whanganui Community Foundation
  • Winton & Margaret Bear Charitable Trust

Support

Our appreciation also goes out again to the wide group of individuals, businesses and organisations who donate their time, expertise, discounts, guidance, effort, funds, advice and support. We are always in their debt and know that our work would be so much more difficult if it were not for their kindness and generosity.
We are indebted to the following for their support in services, in their time, in expertise and in kind.

  • Air NZ
  • Blue Star
  • Brebner Print
  • Campbell and Campbell Accounting Consultants
  • Convex Plastics
  • David Farrar
  • Echelon TV Productions
  • Jason Macklow
  • Kerry Suter
  • Leaseplan
  • Longveld Engineering
  • Mark Ingle
  • Maven
  • Mike Tod
  • New Zealand Home Loans
  • RSP Ltd
  • Ree Varcoe and the WISE Group
  • Fonterra
  • Gretchen Hawkesby Hamilton IT
  • James and Wells
  • Longveld Engineering
  • Harcourts
  • HMC
  • John Erkkiler
  • John Wiltshire
  • Sue Oldridge
  • The Effect
  • Tim Macindoe
  • Tu Tangata
  • Trade and Commerce
  • United Sweets
  • Versus
  • Waahi Whanui
  • WINTEC

The success of child protection courses relies heavily on the expertise and participation by experts throughout the nation. We are very grateful to the lawyers, doctors, specialists and staff from CYF and Police who are available time and time again to speak at child protection courses throughout the country. They greatly enhance the quality of the programmes and provide connections and introductions to local networks which are crucial in child protection work.

In addition to the valuable contribution, many of these people also provide their services at no charge, and in doing
so make a greatly valued contribution to Child Matters.