Corporate Support

Support from corporations can make all the difference for people living with motor neurone disease and help us provide vital support and resources for clients.

Whatever the size of your company, there are many different ways in which you can support us.

We will work with you to ensure that we deliver mutually beneficial partnerships which make a real difference.

Help us with your Corporate Support!

Cos Bruyn, Managing Director at Fulton Hogan Ltd says:

“MND New Zealand's readiness to help in stressful situations across the country, and its focus on improving those with MND’s quality of life, means we have important things in common.This sort of practical teamwork in the community is something we do every day at Fulton Hogan, and we're pleased to support a charity that's doing something similar in an important area of health.”


Corporate Partnerships

By partnering with us, you will have support of a relationship manager at MND New Zealand, plus gain access to fundraising materials and resources that will help to put the fun in fundraising. There are many ways you can partner with MND New Zealand.
We will work closely with you to plan an inclusive calendar of fundraising, events and communications to bring our partnership to life. We will also support your activities and give inspirational ideas to help you reach your fundraising targets and Corporate Social Responsibility objectives.


The Corporate Ice Bucket Challenge

The Corporate Ice Bucket Challenge gives companies the opportunity to nominate a ‘big boss’, from their own or another company, to take on the challenge by pledging the first sponsorship donation.
MND New Zealand works closely with both nominators and nominees, providing resources and support to make fundraising and promotion of the activity as easy as possible. Your company can help by nominating a participant and generously pledging the first sponsorship donation should your nominee agree to take on the challenge. For more information and to see the challenge in action, click here.


Workplace Fundraising

Get your workplace involved in fundraising, whether it's planning a quiz, holding a bake sale or organising a company ball.
Have a look at our ideas for fundraising at work for inspiration. Let us know what you're planning so that we can support your fundraising activity. From providing fundraising materials to offering hints and tips, we are here to help.


Event Sponsorship

Sponsoring an event provides a fantastic opportunity to promote your brand to a captive audience and achieve your Corporate Social Responsibility and marketing objectives. Why not consider sponsoring our annual Walk 2 D’Feet MND event series or MND awareness campaign? You could sponsor the entire event or sponsor specific aspects of the event, on a regional level or nationally. We work with you to find the best way to promote your brand.


Cause Related Marketing (CRM)

Include a donation to MND New Zealand when a product or service is purchased. It's simple – link a product to MND New Zealand and donate a percentage of the profits. Proven to build brand awareness, maintain customer loyalty and gain new consumer interest, CRM is a fantastic way to promote your product or brand and raise money for a good cause.
*N.B. Please ensure any CRM is agreed in writing with MND New Zealand prior to promoting a product.


Gifts in Kind

Providing a gift or service to MND New Zealand can help us to reduce our running costs and allow us to concentrate our funding on reaching our goals. Could your company donate meeting space, technology solutions, or office furniture? Helping us focus our funding on supporting families living with MND and encouraging research.


Volunteer your Time and Talent

Would you and your colleagues like to offer your time instead of, or as well as, fundraising for us?
We welcome pro-bono training and skill-sharing. Your staff will have the opportunity to share their valuable skills with us and our volunteers to help us reach our goals.


To talk to MND New Zealand about your business getting involved, please contact
Kate Dalders – Fundraising Manager
via email or on (09) 624 2148.