Partners, Sponsors and Supporters

Cooperation and collaboration are important A Rocha’s values. Our partners, sponsors and supporters make it possible for A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand to carry out practical conservation and education & engagement initiatives throughout New Zealand. We are grateful for both their historical and ongoing support.

Ongoing and Past Financial Sponsors

A Rocha International
Department of Conservation
Fonterra Grass Roots Fund
Len Reynolds Trust
Longview Trust
Presbyterian Synod of Otago and Southland
Raglan Lions Club
Tearfund New Zealand
The Tindall Foundation
Trust Waikato
Waikato Regional Council
WEL Energy Trust
Wilberforce Foundation
World Wildlife Fund

Ongoing Project Partners

Adventure Specialties Trust
Aspiring Biodiversity Trust
Christchurch City Council
Friends of Owhiro Stream
Friends of Oakley Creek
Forest & Bird
Hutt City Council

Earthcare – in partnership with Raglan Area School and Papa Taiao Earthcare

ICECycles
Kaipatiki Project
Laidlaw College
Papa Taiao Earthcare
Raglan Area School
Scripture Union New Zealand
Members of Tainui hapu
Te Whaanga Ahu Whenua Trust
Te Whakaoranga O Karioi
Tirohanga Youth Camp, Dunedin
Upper Harbour Ecology Network
Whāingaroa / Raglan Community
Whāingaroa Environment Centre

One-off Project and Event Partners

Anglican Diocese of Wellington
Carey Baptist College
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand
Cashmere Presbyterian Church, Christchurch
Centre for Theology and Public Issues, University of Otago
Desert Spring Community Centre – Te Puna Waiora
Discovery Christian Centre, Hamilton
Grace Vineyard Church, Christchurch
MacLaurin Chapel, University of Auckland
New Zealand Christians in Science
Nga Whaea Atawhai o Aotearoa Sisters of Mercy New Zealand
St Barnabas Anglican Church – Fendalton, Christchurch
St John’s in the City, Wellington
South West Baptist Church, Christchurch
Wanaka Presbyterian Community Church Centre

Supporters

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Wairua Design

 

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