Social partnerships

 

We work closely with other agencies and programmes to ensure we’re delivering Pacific Kiwi families the support they need, including Oranga Tamariki, Pasifika Futures, Foundation North and the Ministry of Social Development. We also work with a number of non-government organisations in the Auckland region to deliver responsive, needs-focused support to the communities we serve.

Corporate partnerships

 

If you’re a business owner or CEO who’s looking for ways to do more for the community, consider partnering with Fonua Ola.

We believe every corporate partnership should be unique and mutually beneficial. And we understand that businesses need to balance the needs of their shareholders, customers and employees with their desire to contribute to their community. That’s why we sit down with any prospective partner to chat through how they’d like to help us, what they’d like to get from the partnership and how long they’d like it to last.

 

Possible benefits

 

Depending on the sort of partner relationship you’re looking for, you could benefit from:

  • Marketplace recognition — In a market saturated with both products and consumers, standing up and declaring your interest in helping your local community will help set you apart from your competitors.
     

  • Positive brand association  — By partnering with Fonua Ola, you’re aligning yourself with over 70 years of respected charitable work for children, young people and Pacific Families.
     

  • Employee engagement  — If you’re looking for ways to involve your staff in your charitable goals, we can offer exciting volunteering and fundraising opportunities to help build morale and encourage teamwork.
     

  • Knowing you’re making a difference — As a Fonua Ola corporate partner, we will keep you up to date with the latest industry developments and let you know exactly what sort of difference your valued support is making.

 

Keen to partner?

If you think a Fonua Ola Corporate Partnership could be right for your business, email wtalaimanu@fonuaola.org.nz 

or call 021519356