Generous corporate sponsors provide support via donations, sponsorship and goods-in-kind to keep the momentum of the restoration project alive, and help bring a buzz of activities and programmes to The Arts Centre. Thank you.
The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora is an independent charitable trust that receives no ongoing central or local government funding. Every dollar it spends must be fundraised.
Supporting the activities at The Arts Centre
The Arts Centre works in partnership with organisations of all sizes and is very pleased to receive their support in helping bring The Arts Centre back to life.
Companies have aligned their business with this unique Christchurch landmark, reaching more people with their brand and receiving benefits for both clients and employees.
From providing sponsorship of special events and activities, to financial support of parts of the restoration, goods in kind or contra support, or reduced fees for vital services provided, each and every partner is highly appreciated by The Arts Centre and publicly recognised commensurately for the part they play in The Arts Centre.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to find out how your company can benefit from being a part of something unique in the city
Fletcher Building (New Zealand) Limited
Barrys Bay Traditional Cheese
Complete Asbestos Solutions
Ernst & Young
Georges Road Wines
Heritage Management Services
Holmes Consulting Group
Leighs Construction Ltd.
New Zealand Media and Entertainment
New Zealand Planning Institute
Resource Management Law Association of NZ
Sheffield South Island Ltd
Spectrum Lighting and Sound
Georges Road Wines
“Georges Road Wines is a proud supplier of locally produced fine wines and is the official wine sponsor for The Arts Centre. Located in the Waipara Valley they produce a range of delicious, handcrafted, single vineyard wines. The Arts Centre is delighted to have the generous sponsorship of Georges Road Wines, and to be able to offer these wines at our fundraising events.”
We couldn't do what we do without the help of our corporate supporters.