SPONSORS

NZAEE Seaweek is a non-commercial event which is only possible through the generosity of our national supporters and our Regional Coordinators network. In-kind contributions from a wide range of supporters and extensive regional sponsorships are also critical for Seaweek. Supporters also helped with publicity and activities and a wide range of people and organisations get involved in our regions – we couldn’t do it without you! If you or your organisation is interested in supporting Seaweek, please contact us.

A huge thank you to our national supporters for 2019:

FN-Logo-Full-Colour-CMYK_0Foundation North – Provides significant funding for Seaweek coordination and events in Auckland and Northland. GOLD SPONSOR

 

 

 

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The Department of Conservation – Provides many of our Regional Coordinators around the country. SILVER SPONSOR

 

 

  Fisheries New Zealand – Provides funding for events around the country. SILVER SPONSOR

 

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NZ Marine Studies Centre – Develops and provides many free resources for Seaweek, including the Rocky Shore Guide, Marine Metre Squared Project, Rocky Shore Colouring and Activity Books and many more. Also provides the Otago Regional Coordinator. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

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ecan-logoEnvironment Canterbury Regional Council – Provides the Regional Coordinator for the Canterbury Region. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

PrintNCC Logo (p)The National AquariumNapier City Council – Provides the Regional Coordinator for the Hawkes Bay Region. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

 

 

 

New Zealand Coastal Society – sponsor the annual “Ocean Champion” competition by providing the equivalent of $500 prize money to the winner. BLUE SPONSOR

 

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Young Ocean Explorers – sponsor our national competitions by providing us with a wide range of fantastic prizes. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

 

Experiencing Marine Reserves – sponsor Seaweek by producing an enormous programme of events and competitions around the country. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

 

  Wild for Taranaki – Provides the Regional Coordinator for the Taranaki Region. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

 

 

Kiwi North – provide the Northland Regional Coordinator. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

  Tasman Bay Guardians – provide the Nelson / Tasman Regional Coordinator. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

 

 

 Auckland Whale and Dolphin Safari sponsor the Junior Ocean Champion Challenge 2019 by donating a prize pack equivalent to $500 to the winner. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

The Outboard Boating Club of Auckland are sponsoring the Junior Ocean Champion Challenge 2019 by providing a series of prizes for the winners. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

 

Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust – provide a donation towards significant prizes for our competitions. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

Canoe and Kayak – provide a donation towards significant prizes for our competitions. BLUE SPONSOR

 

 

 

Harper Collins Publishers New Zealand provide prizes for our national competitions. BLUE SPONSOR

 

Waitākere Ranges Local Board – provide funding for events in their Local Board area. SILVER SPONSOR

 

 

 

Ōrākei Local Board – provide funding for events in their Local Board area. SILVER SPONSOR

 

 

 

Cawthron Foundation – providing funding for events in Nelson and Marlborough regions. SILVER SPONSOR

 

 

 

The Lou and Iris Fisher Trust have provided funding for education on climate change during Seaweek 2017-18 and this was used for resources and workshops on ocean acidification around the country.

Thanks also to the huge range of sponsors who support individual events, competitions and activities in all our regions – we very much appreciate your support.

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Ocean Champion Winners

Ocean Champion Winners

Lorella Doherty from Taranaki challenged herself to pick up 10,000 cigarette butts during the 10 days of Seaweek. Not only did she achieve that but she was also voted the winner of our Senior Ocean Champion award & received $500 to support her work thanks to the New Zealand Coastal Society. Here she is collecting her award… Read More

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