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Our financial supporters

We appreciate the support of the following trusts, foundations and businesses who have made a substantial contribution to our work.

$35,000

Lottery Grants Board

In November 2013, The Lottery Grants Board gave us $35,000 to help us develop this new website.

The website is a key place for people in New Zealand to go for sexual and reproductive health information.

We are grateful for the Lottery Grants Board's significant contribution to improving access to information and services so people can make informed decisions about their health and relationships.

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Over $670

Bikrim Yoga Wellington

For the month of November 2013, Bikram Yoga Wellington raised over $670 for our website through their Friday night koha classes.

We are really grateful for the support of the Bikram community for this amazing contribution to improving access to sexual and reproductive health information and services for everyone in New Zealand.

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$10,000

ASB Community Trust

In June 2013, the ASB Community Trust granted us $10,000 to help us develop our new website.

We are grateful for the ASB Community Trust's contribution to improving access to information and services so people can make informed decisions about their health and relationships.

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$10,000 +

The Lion Foundation

Between 2011 and 2013 the Lion Foundation has granted us over $17,000 to help us develop our new website and improve our training.

In February 2013, the Lion Foundation granted us $10,000 to help us develop our new website.

Earlier in December 2011 the Foundation granted us just over $7,500 to buy an ActivBoard to enhance the clinical training and professional development we provide.

We are grateful for the Lion Foundation’s contribution towards improving access to information and services, and also to improving the skills of those working in the sexual and reproductive health sector.

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$3,000

Mana Community Grants Foundation

In July 2011, we received just over $3,000 from the Mana Community Grants Foundation to install an LCD information screen in our Porirua clinic.

This increased the number of Family Planning clinics with information screens up to 18.

We receive ongoing positive feedback from our clients about the screens and the value of the sexual and reproductive health and relationship messages they are showing.

We are grateful to the Mana Community Grants Foundation for their significant contribution to this important national project.

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$9,000

Endeavour Community Trust

The Endeavour Community Trust granted us nearly $9,000 in May 2011 to install LCD information screens in our three of our clinics.

These clinics were in Gisborne, Whanganui and Wellington.

This is part of a national project to have information screens in a number of Family Planning clinics.

The screens deliver a range of sexual and reproductive health and relationship messages to our clients as they wait for their appointment.

Thank you to the Endeavour Community Trust for their contribution to this important national project.

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$20,000

The Southern Trust

The Southern Trust granted Family Planning over $20,000 in April 2011 to install LCD information screens in six of our clinics.

These clinics were in the lower North Island and the South Island.

The screens play an important role in our social marketing activities by delivering a range of sexual and reproductive health and relationship messages. 

We are grateful to the Southern Trust for their significant contribution to this important national project.

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$9,000

Family Planning Donors

In January 2011, with the help of a grant and Family Planning donors, we received just over $9,000.

This was used to reprint our booklet Q&A – answers to all those interesting questions about growing up.

Q&A was designed with considerable input from young people and covers those aspects of puberty they told us they wanted to know about.

This funding enabled us to make hard copies of the booklet available free of charge to low decile schools.