The Coffee Club New Zealand proudly supports organisations and groups that endeavour to enrich and educate the community. Our sponsorship commitments are spread across a variety of organisations.
At a local level, our franchisees are actively involved with charities and community groups in their own regions - raising funds and supporting or sponsoring community events and initiatives.
Our calendar is planned well in advance to ensure communications between our franchisees, corporate office team members, beneficiaries, and other associations are aware of our commitment on an annual basis. For details on how to submit your proposal, please see our sponsorship guidelines.
The Coffee Club has been a proud supporter of KidsCan since 2009, when we joined forces at the Big Night In Telethon.
Since then, The Coffee Club has been involved with a number of ongoing initiatives and events organised by KidsCan. Some of these include the Mystery Envelope Appeal, Christmas Crackers, the Lunchbox Day Appeal and KidsCan Online Auctions.
In 2014, KidsCan reached the following milestones:
For more information on KidsCan please visit www.kidscan.org.nz.
SPCA CUPCAKE DAY
The Coffee Club is thrilled to have come on board with SPCA New Zealand as the official event sponsor of the 2017 SPCA Cupcake Day.
SPCA Cupcake Day is a nationwide event that is supported regionally by all local SPCA centres in New Zealand. The aim of the campaign is to raise money for SPCA so that they can continue to help over 46,000 abused and neglected animals who need love, care and shelter.
The 2017 SPCA Cupcake Day took place on Monday, 14 August and in the week leading up to this event (7 - 14 August) all The Coffee Club cafes offered delicious Cupcakes decorated in animal themes where 100% of the profits from the sale of all Cupcakes went to SPCA New Zealand.
On Monday, 21 August 2017 The Coffee Club visited the SPCA Village and presented a cheque for $30,000 to SPCA New Zealand, for the money raised from this campaign.
For more information on SPCA Cupcake Day and how you can get involved please visit http://spcacupcakeday.gofundraise.co.nz/cms/home
NDURO EVENTS WINTER MTB SERIES
The Coffee Club is thrilled to be the Mid Course category partner for Nduro Events' Cyclezone Winter MTB Series 2016/17.
These exciting mountain bike races take riders through the majestic Redwoods - Whakarewarewa Forest in Rotorua, New Zealand.
For more information please visit www.nduro.co.nz.
The Coffee Club is also proudly represented in the Nduro mountain bike races by young, up-and-coming star riders Sammie Maxwell and Hamish Dodd, who have been selected as The Coffee Club Brand Ambassadors.
The Coffee Club is proud to sponsor Kumeu Rugby in Auckland.
Rugby is widely regarded as the national sport of New Zealand and remains hugely popular to this day among Kiwis so The Coffee Club is excited to be able to support the sport at the grassroots level.
For more information please visit www.kumeurugby.co.nz
The Coffee Club New Zealand supports Blue September in an effort to raise money for the Prostate Cancer Foundation and increase awarenessof prostate cancer and the importance of early detection. In 2016 during the month of Blue September, The Coffee Club conducted a national fundraising drive where 100% of the profits from sales of mini melting moment cookies throughout every store in New Zealand, $10 from every $25 VIP Club application as well as donations from other fundraising activities went to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand. In 2016, money raised amounted to $62,783.
This year for the month of Blue September, The Coffee Club will be promoting a 'round up' campaign by asking customers if they would like to round up their bill to the nearest dollar and donate the difference to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand.
In September, landmarks all over the country are lit blue in support of the campaign, including Auckland’s Sky Tower, Napier’s Tom Parker Fountain and the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Throughout September, donations can be made online and New Zealanders are encouraged to go to www.blueseptember.org.nz to find out more about how they can get involved.