CCC initiated research into youth needs and as a result provided the seeding fund to begin our programme in 2003. The city council has continued to support our work ever since.
The Rata Foundation's donations “assist thousands of people working in numerous voluntary organisations, to create their own social and cultural dividends thereby rewarding their communities”.
The Lottery Grants Board administer funds raised through activities like Lotto and Big Wednesday.
United Way aims to improve lives by mobilising the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
The Community Organisation Grants Scheme is a community-driven fund that provides grants to non-profit community organisations that deliver community-based social services.
A big thanks to the efforts of Alex and his team pulling together a beautiful new website. They not only rebuilt but also helped with content and strategy, ensuring the site would actually be helpful to visitors and give a return to BBBS Christchurch.
The Mainland Foundation is a non-profit organisation that was established to distribute the funds generated from their gaming venues.
Joe's Garage has been a consistent supporter of the Big Brothers Big Sisters programme and offer generous contributions to help us celebrate mentoring match milestones - such as celebrating 5 year match anniversaries.
The Southern Trust strive to return as much as possible to communities through funding. They provide funding to amateur sport, education, community purposes, welfare organizations and arts and culture.
Every Z station gave away $5,000 to neighbourhood groups which help people who need it. That’s more than $1 million across the country to do Good in the Hood!
Our thanks to Subema Ltd. and Hattrick Services.
Christchurch Earthquake Recovery Trust was set up to provide financial assistance in the rebuilding of Christchurch after the devastation caused by the quakes.
Christchurch Casino Charitable Trust support local agencies support local people.
Perpetual Guardian administers over 650 charitable trusts on behalf of the generous legacies of their clients.
Coffee Culture has generously supported us by providing coffee vouchers which we use when meeting up and recruiting new volunteers.
Kiwi Labels have been helping to design our newsletter, a very generous offer and a great folk to work with. Thanks a lot.
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