TechSoup New Zealand would like to thank the following organisations for helping to spread the word about Techsoup by promoting it on their website. If you organisation is able to assist in promoting our program please click here..
ANGOA is a unique network of organisations from across the range of NGO’s in Aotearoa New Zealand including national, regional and local groups. Member organisations are active in the areas of health, education, international development, human rights, the environment, youth, women and ethnicity.
The NZ Council of Social Services is a national umbrella organisation for local Councils of Social Services and other social service networks throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.
BayTrust is the name of The Bay of Plenty Community Trust which makes grants to community groups serving the Bay, in order to help build, strengthen and enhance local Communities.
ASB Community Trust is an independent grant-making organisation supporting the work of not-for-profit groups in Auckland and Northland.
NZAAHD is a national network organisation for people who work with young people (those aged 12 to 25). We have about 350 diverse members, from all walks of life, disciplines and organisations. One of the great things about NZAAHD is that it brings people from across professional and organisational groupings together, for the benefit of the youth sector and young people.
Arts Access Aotearoa is a not-for-profit organisation, working throughout New Zealand to increase artistic opportunities for marginalised individuals and communities. This includes people with intellectual and physical disabilities, youth, the elderly, mental health service users, disadvantaged migrants and refugees. Our annual Big ‘A’ Awards celebrate their achievements.
North Shore Community and Social Services Inc. has a 37 year history of supporting the community, voluntary and social service sector. They have a national database of Not for profits who have accessed our Community Resources, which are designed to strengthen small to medium organisations day to day management and governance capabilities.
Spark Studio provides visual arts courses for adults with intellectual and/or physical disabilities. They currently work with around 60 students from the Auckland region and run 6 classes a week. As there are few learning opportunities for adults with disabilities, particularly those who are non-verbal/or illiterate, they provide a valuable service to a section of the community who often have an artistic intelligence and need the opportunity to allow it to flourish. www.sparkstudio.org.nz
The New Zealand School of Export is a Charitable Trust committed to raising New Zealand’s exports through highly practical, professional training and business development by distance learning. The School is the only provider in New Zealand which has been accredited by the global body IATTO (International Association of Trade Training Organisations) to deliver the internationally accredited Diploma of International Trade. We have intakes three times a year and offer a range of Scholarships to exporters. Check out: www.export.ac.nz
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Christchurch facilitate mentoring relationships between community volunteers and young people who are in need of some extra care and attention. Mentors are matched with young people largely between the ages of 8 - 13 with the aim of "adding into" their lives. BBBS of Christchurch is part of the broader group within NewZealand www.bbbschch.co.nz
Megabyte provides IT support to small and medium sized businesses and the non-profit sector based in the Wellington region. Services include IT support, systems design, online backup, disaster recovery, IT strategic planning and green IT services. They provide IT support to NZFVWO the NZ partner for TechSoup NZ. www.megabyte.co.nz
If your organisation would like to be listed as a supporter of TechSoup New Zealand, please send us your website address, logo annd short description of your organisation. Also send us an email advising information on on how you have supported us – if possible please send examples of the types of media promotions you are using to promote the Techsoup NZ program (excluding word of mouth).