We are grateful to have the support of many generous businesses and community organisations throughout New Zealand.
Cure Kids is incredibly thankful to have the support of so many generous partners across the country who help by holding fundraising events and campaigns, as well as participating in Cure Kids events and providing products to support our fundraising activities and reduce our operating costs throughout the year.
Thanks to these partners, companies and suppliers, we’re able to continue funding vital child health research to improve, extend and save the lives of our kids. Without their support, our researchers would not be able to continue the important work they do. To continue funding life-saving child health research, we need help from more New Zealand businesses.
If you’d like to learn more about partnering with us, and how we can help engage your team members and show your community that you’re supporting Kiwi kids, we’d love to hear from you.
AccorHotels are passionate Cure Kids supporters, raising funds through staff fundraising activities, guest contributions, support of Cure Kids events and the biennial AccorHotels Race to Survive Fiji. AccorHotels helped Cure Kids establish Cure Kids Fiji in 2006, and the funds they’ve raised have greatly impacted the Fijian community.
We’re thankful for the continued support of AccorHotels team members, business partners and guests who are helping us make a difference to the lives of children in New Zealand and Fiji.
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 have been a proud supporter of Cure Kids since 2005, and since this time have raised over $1.3 million. The commitment from the Colliers team has shone through their annual events – the Auckland and Christchurch Golf Days and their Latitude 45° South Lunch in Queenstown.
In 2016, Colliers introduced Cure Kids to Total Sport, and we are proud to be one of two charities involved in the Colliers Coastal Challenge held annually in February and March.
The A2 Milk Company has been financially supporting the world-class research of Professor Andrew Day into digestive health and irritable bowel diseases amongst children, over the last three years (2017, 2018, 2019) to a total investment value of $600,000.
Since 2016, Aramex has aligned with Cure Kids as their courier partner for Red Nose day, collecting the merchandise from their distribution centre based in Auckland and distributing to various Cure Kids retail outlets and community partners around the country. To help promote Red Nose Day, several fundraising efforts commence throughout the month of July. As a business, Aramex gets involved by wearing Red Noses and organising their own fundraising competitions.
Since 2003, Armacup has supported Cure Kids, showing incredible passion and commitment to improving the lives of kiwi kids living with serious health conditions and illnesses. Armacup have not only supported us financially, they have also made it a priority to promote Cure Kids to their business network and have helped facilitate introductions with a number of other partners and ambassadors.
Avis Budget Group have been proudly supported Cure Kids since 2006, and in 2012 officially became a key partner.
Their team undertake a wide range of fundraising activities such as supporting Red Nose Day, as well as organising annual golf days in Auckland and Christchurch for Avis Budget Group clients and suppliers.
Cavell Leitch joined Cure Kids in August 2019. Cavell Leitch has a strong legacy in Christchurch and throughout the South Island, with the firm supporting local and international clients for over 90 years. With close client relationships, some of which date back to 1923, the firm saw a close alignment of values with Cure Kids.
Columbus Coffee are among New Zealand's favourite cafes. NZ owned and managed, they have cafes throughout the country that are committed to helping raise funds for Cure Kids through a variety of fundraising initiatives.
Ingram Micro is the world's largest distributor of computer and technology products. They have supported Cure Kids for a number of years through a range of fundraising initiatives, including their annual golf day.
John Andrew Mazda joined the Cure Kids partner family in 2015, and help to drive the momentum of Cure Kids by providing four company vehicles. The John Andrew Mazda team also hold fundraising activities for us throughout the year, including the Red Beard Challenge as part of their Red Nose Day campaign.
Landmark Homes North Shore/Rodney is independently owned and operated by Paul & Debbie Brett. Paul and Debbie, along with their dedicated team of staff and suppliers, have committed to building a brand new home, which will be auctioned in September 2019, with all proceeds going to Cure Kids.
Founded by Rotary over 45 years ago, the Child Health Research Foundation, now known as Cure Kids, is proud of our rich history with Rotary in New Zealand. Rotary Clubs across New Zealand continue the strong relationship with Cure Kids, and raise funds for us through events such as the $10 Queenstown Challenge, the annual Dunedin Duck Race organised by the Rotary Club of Dunedin East, club fundraising activities and fundraising through Red Nose Day.
Widely regarded as New Zealand’s premier law firm, Russell McVeagh is committed to operating on the cutting edge of legal practice. They employ approximately 350 staff and partners across their Auckland and Wellington offices, their lawyers are the best in their fields and recognised internationally for their expertise. For many years, Russell McVeagh has provided Cure Kids with ongoing pro bono legal advice.