We are strong believers in the power of collaboration to amplify impact and achieve progressive change. For 99% of our campaigns, we collaborate. This could be with values-aligned NGOs, community groups, academics, businesses or passionate individuals.
Here are some of our collaborators over the past five years:
LUSH, It’s Our Future, White Man Behind a Desk, Victoria University of Wellington Students’ Association, New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations, The Freshwater Rescue Plan coalition, Civic Dinners, Amnesty International New Zealand, The Yes We Care coalition, #WeAreBeneficiaries, The Collective Project, Child Poverty Action Group, People Against Prisons Aotearoa, JustSpeak, New Zealand Drug Foundation, Community In Action, Peace Action Wellington, Shakti Wellington Refuge, New Zealand Human Rights Commission, The Access Alliance, Anti-Bullying Council NZ, NZ Medical Students Association, Peace Action Wellington (& Auckland), Generation Zero, 350 Aotearoa, UNICEF, HELP Wellington, Renters United, Backbone Collective, New Zealand Christian Council of Social Services, Lifewise, Wesley Community Action Centre, Gimme Shelter, Youthline, RockEnrol, Hāpai te Hauora, SAFE, PSA, CTU, NZNO, Bung the Bore, Choose Clean Water, SumOfUs, Doing Our Bit, HELP, Rape Crisis Wellington, ALRANZ, The Women's Self Defence Network — Wāhine Toa, Save Our Unique Landscape, Hands Off Our Tamariki network, Citizens Advice Bureau, Disabled Persons Assembly, Aratiatia Community Marae, Auckland Action Against Poverty, Auckland Women’s Centre, Barnardos, Beneficiary Advisory Services Christchurch, Citizens Advice Bureau, Community Housing Aotearoa, FIRST Union, Gender Justice Collective, Go Eco, Heretaunga Women’s Centre, Kore Hiakai Zero Hunger Collective, Lifewise, Manaaki Rangatahi, Mental Health Foundation, Methodist Alliance, Monte Cecilia Housing Trust, New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services, Ngā Tāngata Microfinance, NZ Disability Advisory Trust, NZEI Te Riu Roa, Poverty Action Waikato, Raise the Bar, Save the Children, Social Service Providers Aotearoa, Te Rau Ora, Unite Union Aotearoa, United Community Action Network, Whānau Āwhina Plunket, YWCA Auckland, Te Kuaka, Working to End Racial Oppression (WERO), The Workshop, Tokona Te Raki, Te Ara Whatu and many more.
Thanks to these organisations that have supported us with access to their products and services: