We wouldn’t exist without the wonderful support of our sponsors, find out how their valuable contributions are changing lives below.
Scenic Hotels sponsor us every year supporting clients to participate in a journey to achieve their residential sections of the Gold Awards. Over the past three years our clients have experienced new places, people and things they have never done before as well as learning about the history of our country. This sponsorship has allowed our clients to travel from Christchurch to the West Coast, Punakaiki to Fox Glacier, up to Nelson on a fishing excursion and down to Dunedin looking at attractions and relaxing at Larnach Castle for lunch. Scenic Hotels are also the sponsors of our new website providing a financial contribution and also their personal time to help make this happen.
Guardian Print kindly gave us a donation enabling five clients a week over the course of the year to attended 10-pin bowling fully-funded. Guardian Print employees have also worked a schedule in all of our units ensuring everyone who is interested has the opportunity to participate.
Canterbury Masonic Charitable Trust (Incorporated under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957)
Helen Anderson Trust was delighted to receive a donation which allowed us to purchase tee ball equipment and fishing gear for our client activities.
Mr and Mrs Portious
The grandparents of one of our clients, over the past few years Mr and Mrs Portious have kindly made a donation each year which is used for activities.
Adventure Specialties Trust
We are very lucky to have the support of Adventure Specialties Trust who assist with our camps for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary and Helen Anderson Trust Awards, providing support skills and funding over the past five years.
The team at Addington Net provide us with free computing which is used on a regular basis and valued by our clients.
Spreydon-Heathcote Community Board
The Spreydon-Heathcote Community Board provided us with funding for the resources to assist us in completing the school library bags for new entrants at a local primary school.
Canterbury Softball Association
For the past five years the Canterbury Softball Association has donated their grounds, volunteers and staff to make the Helen Anderson Trust Tee Ball Competition a success every year. This tournament has a number of services participating each week, learning new skills and understanding the value of being a member of a team.
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