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Our Sponsors

Sponsorship is one of the key ways that RainbowYOUTH can do the work it does. Whether it’s providing spaces to hold events, kitting out our drop-in centre, helping us print and distribute our resources or getting on board to share our message of acceptance of diversity in Aotearoa.

If you & your business are interested in becoming one of our sponsors, we’d love the chance to talk with you more about how your support will make a measurable impact on the lives of queer and gender diverse young people around Aotearoa. Fill out the form on the right hand side of this page and we’ll be sure to be in touch!

Thank you to our Major Sponsors

Thanks to these guys for believing in RainbowYOUTH, we are here today! Check them out, and if you get a chance, say thanks!

  • Foundation North

    Formally called ASB Community Trust, Foundation North distributes grants to the not-for-profit sector throughout Auckland and Northland each year.
  • Raye Freedman Trust

    The charitable trust of Raye Freedman supports many causes related to arts, music and community. Raye Freedman arrived in New Zealand in 1942 with $4 in her pocket. She went on to become a very successful self-made businesswoman and property developer, committed to philanthropy and benefiting her community.
  • Lottery Grants Board

    Under the Gambling Act 2003, the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board’s purpose is to benefit the New Zealand community by distributing the profits from state lotteries run by the New Zealand Lotteries Commission.
  • Auckland Council

    Auckland Council recognises the vital role community groups and organisations play in helping Auckland become the world’s most liveable city. Grants are one way that the council contributes to a thriving community sector, by supporting organisations to deliver a wide range of services, projects and events that benefit Aucklanders.
  • The U.S. Embassy

    The U.S Embassy has been a strong advocate for both youth and the rainbow community, helping fund the NXT Leaders Conferences during the pride festivals of 2014 and 2015. The U.S Embassy generously funded RainbowYOUTH’s national resource distribution project I’m Local in 2014, which is active today.
  • The Ministry of Youth Development

    The Ministry of Youth Developmement provide funding to programmes and services for young people so that they can contribute to their community and participate in education, training or employment. They also provide funding to city and district councils who want to improve the outcomes of young people in their regions.

Thank you to our other Sponsors

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