Make an Impact in your Community
ADNZT is a small charity with a loud voice! Our size allows us to be agile and hands-on with our partners, enabling us to form a close working relationship with you, with the ability to tailor our packages to meet your needs. We have puppies and dogs in communities throughout New Zealand that are available to meet for photo opportunities and help you engage with new and existing customers.
We are in a period of growth as we work quickly to double our output of dogs, aiming to graduate up to 20 dogs a year by 2024. The demand for our services currently outweighs our capacity, and your partnership will help to deliver more life-changing dogs to families throughout Aotearoa. Our social reach, brand awareness and database engagement is growing every day, and we are continuing to increase the size and reach of our campaigns to create even more awareness of the need of our service. This is such an exciting time to partner with us and we grow from strength to strength and can offer a meaningful way to enhance your brand and make a genuine impact in your community.
We have a range of sponsorship levels to suit any and every business; check out our existing sponsors and supporters here. It costs $75,000 to breed, raise train and support an Assistance Dog throughout their working life, and you can choose to either sponsor a whole dog, or a portion of a dogs' journey. Contact Kendra to receive a copy of our corporate sponsorship packages and find out how Assistance Dogs New Zealand Trust can add further value and purpose to your organisation.
Email Kendra at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 021 428 409.
Payroll Giving is a great way to give your employees the opportunity to donate money to a registered charity through their pay. Employees receive their tax rebate straight away as PAYE is reduced accordingly, and their full donation will make a direct impact to the lives of kiwi families living with a disability. It's also a low-cost and easy way for employers to support their staff in giving back to their community, and makes an even greater difference when employers offer match giving (matching each donation the employee makes to ADNZT).
For more information on setting up Payroll Giving for your employees, click here.
We are proud to have over 400 incredible businesses throughout Aotearoa supporting Assistance Dogs by hosting a collection box on their store counters. Our collection boxes are a great way to show your customers that you care about kiwi kids living with a disability, and you're here to make a difference! To host one of our collection boxes, contact Kendra for more information or call 0800 966 342.
ADNZT is entirely funded through the generosity of our communities. Fundraising at or through your workplace is an incredible way to support Assistance Dogs-in-training and help make a life-changing impact to families who desperately need our help. Here are just a few ways your workplace can get involved in fundraising for ADNZT:
Collect at our Annual Appeal event in your local community.
Put together a corporate team for active events like Round the Bays Auckland, Skydive for Charity, local Marathons etc. Staff can create an online fundraising page and collect donations from friends and family. Your business may also wish to offer match-funding (matching every dollar your staff raise).
Choose Assistance Dogs New Zealand Trust as your charity recipient for fundraising events/auctions/quiz nights.
Donate a portion of proceeds from a particular product sale to ADNZT.
Create an 'Assistance Dogs' themed and/or exclusive product to sell, and donate a portion of proceeds to ADNZT.
Host a bake sale/fun event for your staff and collect donations for competitions on the day.
Set up a workplace challenge and make a donation to ADNZT as a prize for the winning team.
However you choose to support us, we want to thank you for helping to make a difference! Contact us today for resources and tools to help make your fundraising a success.
Email email@example.com today.
Have questions? Call Kendra on 021 428 409 for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org