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Corporate Partnerships

Give back - become a Corporate Partner!

Corporate Partner and Sponsorship Opportunities Available Now

Corporate partners support new and existing Trees for Survival schools and the ongoing daily delivery of the Trees for Survival programme to our growing number of schools across Aotearoa New Zealand. 

By becoming a Corporate Partner, you are part of our legacy, supporting students, their school and community to grow, nurture and plant native trees.

As Trees that Count's #1 Planter for the third year running, by partnering with us, you know your contribution truly makes a difference.

Corporate partnership options

We have a range of corporate partnership packages and sponsorship opportunities to suit any budget and objective. 

To discuss your particular needs, we'd love you to get in touch.

We’ve partnered again with Trees for Survival to provide resources to schools, so students can grow and plant native trees.

In 2022, our support allowed students from 5 schools to collectively plant over 2,000 native trees. After seeing that incredible impact, we’ve quadrupled our support in 2023 and backed 22 schools. We are supporting 15 existing Trees for Survival schools and helping 7 new schools to be onboarded onto the programme. 

Our support will help provide each new school with a shade house, so students can learn how to plant and care for their own native plants through Trees for Survival’s environmental education programme. The 22 schools we are supporting are either participants of the Kickstart Breakfast programme, or are close to a Fonterra farm or manufacturing site. This partnership was made possible through Fonterra’s Hapori Programme, which operates with partners across Aotearoa New Zealand to:

  • protect and regenerate the environment

  • put good quality nutrition in the hands of those who need it most

  • keep our communities strong.

Partner experience

Planting recently taken place on a Fonterra farm in Pirongia, North Island.

The students replant the mature seedlings on Fonterra farms,
so it’s quite a full-circle moment.

– Shaheen Junge, Fonterra’s Community Engagement and Social Investment Manager,
about the special connection formed through the replanting process with students.


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