Sponsors

A lot of what we do relies on sponsors so we would like to publically thank all those who have assisted us, big and small. If in your dealings you can use the following sponsors it would be appreciated. If you know of other sponsors who should be mentioned on this page let us know

Those who have assisted us in some way are:

AMP Financial Services

DoC - Department of Conservation

FLETCHER DIMOND - Supplying all of Bach 38s roofing as well as the workshop roofing

JENKINS TIMBER - For supplying all our weatherboards and facing materials

AJAX fasteners. For discount on nails and fasteners

ALCO ladders. Who have donated two ladders and supplied rest at trade.

MARLEY NZ Ltd donation of all spouting and grey water waste material.

GALLOWAY international for the supply of 2 water tanks.

SELLEY’S for the supply of all our fillings, bondings, and preprep materials and supply of all our painting aids.

DULUX Paints for their donation of approx 47 lts.

METROPOLITAN GLASS our supplier of glass for the front doors.

GARTNER INTERNATIONAL - suppliers of hinges and security clasps and bolts.

Special Thanks

A special thanks to all who have found us sponsorship for products:
Dave Cox, for our contact with Jenkins for weatherboards and the front door glass.
Lyn Trainer arranging for Arnold the plumber to do the spouting etc.

Also thanks to all our volunteers who have given their time advice and expertise freely over the past year.
Its been great having you, your skills and enthusiasm and we look forward to seeing you again at the next working bee.

A special thanks must also go to AMP for their generous donation which believe it or not makes it easier to seek some form of sponsorship if not complete sponsorship from other organisations. It enables us to make better deals knowing we have the money to back us. It has amazed me that we can approach firms knowing we have the money in the bank and being able to purchase direct from the supplier at trade price.

Our thanks goes to DoC for whose help we could not do without in the transportation of goods to the Island and the use of their warehouse in Devonport.