Fuji Xerox is proud to support Breast Cancer Cure, it is New Zealand's only not-for-profit organisation established solely to support research into breast cancer. Funds raised are allocated to only the most outstanding and visionary research and researchers in New Zealand.
For more information: http://www.breastcancercure.org.nz/
The Trust was set up to honour the memory of Sir Peter Blake and aims to help New Zealanders make a positive difference for the planet through activities that encourage environmental awareness, action and leadership development. Full details can be found at www.sirpeterblaketrust.org
Fuji Xerox has a long history of involvement with Sir Peter dating back to our significant support of the Amercia’s Cup in 2000. We also supported the America’s Cup event in 2003 and are currently an official supplier of Team New Zealand. We made the decision to invest because of the brand alignment between the two organizations. Fuji Xerox has established a market position focused on leadership and a very strong commitment to the environment. A relationship with the Sir Peter Blake Trust adds real substance to that positioning.
Environmental Leader Award
The Sir Peter Blake Trust and Fuji Xerox have created a new Environmental Leader Award to provide recognition for young people contributing to the environment. The Sir Peter Blake Trust was established to inspire awareness of the marine environment and celebrate great leadership. This year, the Trust has partnered with Fuji Xerox to create an award to promote, encourage and recognise student environmental work.
Fuji Xerox is proud to support the Child Cancer Foundation. Their mission is that every child and their family walking the child cancer journey will never feel alone. They aim to reduce the impact of cancer by offering services to ensure children and their families are supported, informed and well cared for on their journey with cancer.
For more information: http://www.childcancer.org.nz/
We're proud to sponsor the Graeme Dingle Foundation, a youth development programme that's designed to inspire young teenagers to reach their potential. Delivered at no cost to families, the programme helps to build self-confidence, promote good health, encourage a love of education and teach life skills such as goal setting and teamwork
For more information: http://www.dinglefoundation.org.nz/
Fuji Xerox is a supporting partner to Kea New Zealand, a not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to reach and motivate expatriate Kiwis and ‘friends of New Zealand’ to increase their contribution to New Zealand - thereby turning them into a strategic national asset. Kea New Zealand aims to contribute to the economic growth of New Zealand by helping New Zealand become the most globally connected nation in the world.For more information: www.keanewzealand.com
Fuji Xerox is helping Variety with their important work. Every year Variety New Zealand hosts a number of events designed to put the 'fun' in fundraising. These events raise millions of dollars to help sick and disadvantaged New Zealand children.
For more information: www.variety.org.nz
Fuji Xerox are a major sponsor of helping the Waikato Air ambulance provide the highest standard of air ambulance, rescue and search services in the Waikato region. In a life and death situation it is this speed and agility that can make all the difference, with patients able to receive medical treatment whilst on route to a medical facility
For more information: www.rescue.org.nz
With our assistance, this charitable trust operates the Life Flight Air Ambulance Service and the Wellington-based Westpac Rescue Helicopter. These services help many people in the community, from premature babies who require specialist hospital treatment through to accident victims who have been injured in remote places.
For more information: www.lifeflight.org.nz
We're helping Westpac Rescue Helicopters to respond to emergencies and get people to hospital within the 'golden hour'. Statistics show that if an acutely injured person is transferred to hospital within 60 minutes, their chance of survival is doubled.
For more information:www.rescuehelicopter.org.nz