Meet our corporate family
We are so grateful to have the support of many generous partners.
Our researchers simply could not do the vital work that they do without the support of these partners.
We would like to thank the many partners, companies, suppliers and supporters who all make a difference to the work we do everyday to help cure kids.
The AccorHotels and Cure Kids partnership goes back more than 10 years and during that time the group has raised over $4 million. This has primarily been achieved through the hard work and dedication of the staff who participate and run numerous fundraising activities and events throughout the year, as well as donations received from guests staying in their hotels.
Briscoe Group has been a cornerstone partner for Cure Kids for more than 10 years, taking part in a number of different events and campaigns including Red Nose Day, Add What You Can, as well as Christmas campaigns.
We are extremely grateful for the phenomenal support of Briscoe Group staff, suppliers and customers who both fundraise as well as raise awareness for Cure Kids and the vital research we fund.
Colliers International continues to support Cure Kids through various fundraising initiatives. From their incredible golf days in Auckland and Christchurch, their annual long-lunch, and support through Red Nose Day and $10 Queenstown Challenge, we are grateful for their commitment to Cure Kids.
Since 2003, Armacup has supported Cure Kids as a Key Partner, exemplifying the commitment and passion required from a loyal supporter.
Owner and Managing Director of Armacup, Mark Ching, was personally responsible for introducing Cure Kids to the Mitchell family in 2011. Eva Mitchell, who lives with gastrointestinal failure, is now a Cure Kids ambassador and Tiff, Eva’s mother, has been an amazing supporter of Cure Kids ever since, speaking at numerous events and organising many fundraisers.
Since 2006, Avis Budget Group has proudly supported Cure Kids, and in 2012 they officially became a Key Partner.
Their fundraising initiatives include supporting Red Nose Day through a nation-wide campaign, and golf days in Auckland and Christchurch for Avis Budget Group clients and suppliers.
BNZ has had a strong relationship with Cure Kids since 2008.
After several years of enjoying a very successful and engaging relationship we were thrilled to officially sign BNZ on as a Key Partner in 2014. As part of this relationship, BNZ has been a proud advocate of Red Nose Day in its stores nationwide, as well as entering teams in the Great Adventure Race and the $10 Queenstown Challenge.
Cure Kids are extremely grateful to have begun our newest key partnership in October 2015 with John Andrew Mazda.
As suppliers of four vehicles to drive the momentum of Cure Kids, John Andrew Mazda are also participants of Red Nose Day, and support Cure Kids through numerous fundraising events and ambassador functions.
Mike Greer Homes began its partnership with Cure Kids in 2015 when they became a Key Partner. They established a fantastic foundation year for the partnership by building a house in Auckland, auctioning it off, and donating $100,000 of the proceeds to Cure Kids.
Mike Greer Homes believes there is no better way for them to give back, than to build a house along with support from suppliers, and raise funds to support Cure Kids.
New Zealand Rugby have partnered with Cure Kids since 2012. We are extremely grateful for all of the wonderful opportunities that this partnership has provided.
Among other milestones New Zealand Rugby played a major role in establishing the Cure Kids Chair of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, provided the biggest names in international rugby to help promote our fundraising campaigns and worked closely with Cure Kids to help fund research that is significantly impacting the lives of children both here and around the world.
We are so grateful to have Pumpkin Patch on board with Cure Kids as a Key Partner since 2006.
2015 saw Pumpkin Patch achieve Cure Kids’ first trans-Tasman fundraising campaign with an incredible $100,000 raised in New Zealand and Australia. This year, Pumpkin Patch’s main fundraising for Cure Kids includes the Add a Dollar campaign through New Zealand and Australia, as well as taking part in Red Nose Day.
Founded by Rotary 45 years ago, the Child Health Research Foundation, now known as Cure Kids, is proud of its strong relationship.
Rotary continues to be involved in fundraising initiatives including Red Nose Day, the annual duck race and the $10 Queenstown Challenge.