Sponsoring an event, initiative or project will align your company ethos with an organisation that is making a positive difference in your community.
For us, sponsorship isn’t just about making an open-handed donation. It’s about sharing resources, skills and ideas for the mutual benefit of all. We have a variety of sponsorship opportunities, with the potential to provide visibility, audience engagement and positive brand exposure for your business.
Join us in making a difference to the lives of those impacted by dementia. We’d love the opportunity to chat to you about how a sponsorship opportunity with a local dementia organisation can help you achieve your business goals too.
FUNDRAISE FOR US
There are so many ways to help us raise vital funds to support those affected by dementia. Where needed, our experienced team can provide support that will help make it an event to remember.
Some ideas to get you started:
Support us with a special occasion
Support us at your next conference or event
Hold your own event
Take on a personal challenge
Ready to take the step, the plunge, leap or challenge. Get in touch with our fundraising team for all the information you need to know.
GIVE A DONATION
Support from the community is essential to ensure our service continues to operate free of charge for those living with dementia, their carers, family and whanau.
To offer important support to our community, we rely on volunteers who graciously donate their time to help us. The invaluable contribution of volunteers at all levels is what helps our local organisations to operate and deliver services as successfully as we do.
Our volunteers are passionate, inspired and want to make a difference. Whether you can spare a few hours a week or be a part of our supporting event activity. We would love to hear from you.
GIFT IN CELEBRATION
Christmas is a chance for you and your guests to contribute to your community in a positive way. Good for the planet and good for people, this is a rewarding way of doing good, creating a meaningful impact for Kiwi families living with a diagnosis of dementia.