BECOME A SPONSOR

Developing, planning, running and expanding the Karioi project requires a huge range of skills and people. It also has costs that we work very hard to meet. Some great people and funders have already put their name behind our cause, but we still need your help.

We’re looking for individual, corporate and business partners, sponsors and supporters to boost our ongoing work and allow our team to achieve even better results for the mountain we love.

Contributions can be a combination of financial and/or in-kind sponsorship, to be mutually agreed between prospective sponsors and the Karioi Team and partners.

A basic outline of the levels of suggested sponsorship/donation packages can be found below. We’re also happy to work with you on sponsorship ideas that sit outside of those we’ve suggested – simply contact us today.

Karioi Sponsorship 2015

DONATE

EVERY DONATION MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE!

Donation details

Because we are a Registered New Zealand Charity, donations are officially eligible for tax credit.

By cheque:
Please make payable to “A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand”, and post to us at the following address.
A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand
c/- Hamilton Environment Centre,
PO Box 19104,
Hamilton,
New Zealand
By setting up an Automatic or One Off Payment via internet banking:
Account Name: A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand
Westpac Bank Account # 03 1563 0419 360 00
Branch: Raglan.
Please include your name in the reference field so we can record your donation and send us your contact details for a receipt.

Meet the people and organisations that support our ongoing work.  

There are a lot of good people out there doing some great stuff on and around our mountain, and below are some of those that are supporting us. A big thanks to you all.

DOC logo

WRC logo

Fusion Print logo

WEL Energy Trust logo

Karioi classic logo

A Rocha NZ logo

Kessels Ecology logo

WWF

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Volunteering is fun! 

Volunteer opportunities are available on a regular and one off basis – activities may include trap checking, community working days, monitoring, ecological studies, educational visits with schools or other community groups and supporting fundraising initiatives.

We currently have these opportunities available –

  1. Volunteers to check traps

We have some trapping lines that need regular volunteers at the moment – easy tracks and more challenging too.

If you would like to volunteer on the Karioi project please contact us.