We couldn’t do what we do without the invaluable help from a variety of sponsors. Our team are very fortunate to have the backing and support of these organisations that do incredible work in the space of inclusivity and diversity.


ASB chief internal auditor Carl Ferguson says ASB is proud to extend its sponsorship of the New Zealand Falcons.

“ASB is pleased to support the New Zealand Falcons’ great work both on and off the field.  We admire the team’s inclusive culture which aligns withASB’s goal to create and maintain a workplace that is free from bullying, harassment and discrimination. The New Zealand Falcons team has our full support and we wish them all the best for their upcoming season,” Mr Ferguson says.


Rule Foundation 

Supporting rainbow communities and takatāpui to flourish

The Rule Foundation supports rainbow communities and takatāpui to flourish and pursue systemic change for future generations. We provide grants for activities that seek to advance the health, wellbeing and visibility of rainbow, takatāpui & MVPFAFF+ communities.

Burnett Foundation Aotearoa

Our Kaupapa has always been to have a human-centred, science-led, sex-positive approach to public health. Key workstreams of advocacy, education, and support have always been and remain our key pillars. We also acknowledge our commitments to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, to people living with and affected by HIV and to our very environment.

With the same passion and commitment as those who came before us, Burnett Foundation Aotearoa continues to prevent HIV transmission, combat stigma and maximise the wellbeing of those most affected by HIV.

Our community-led behaviour-change marketing encourages prevention and testing by providing information, motivation, and support to overcome barriers.

We advocate for healthy public policy and supportive environments to enable our work and all our programmes and services are informed by the best available science and evidence.

Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust

Establishing on 9 November 1999, the GABA Charitable Trust separated the Gay Auckland Business Association’s charitable work from its regular activities as a membership and community focused organisation.

The Trust formally changed its name on 9 January, 2018, becoming the Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust. The new name adopts the now universally understood term 'Rainbow' as reflecting the LGBTTQIA+ communities, better communicates the national purpose of the Trust, and more closely aligns the Trust’s name with Rainbow Auckland (formerly GABA) and the many other Rainbow organisations in New Zealand.