We love being local and the Rothbury team in branches across NZ acknowledge the great work that's done by non-profit organisations.
We’re proud to be associated with many local organisations and to be giving back to the communities where we work.
|Northland||Northland Cricket Association||Northland Cricket Association has over 2,000 registered players. With an 80 year history they’re a strong community organisation that loves their cricket.|
|Northland||Mangonui Volunteer Fire Brigade||The Mangonui Volunteer Fire Brigade, situated near Kaitaia in the far North, works to protect the local community.|
|Auckland||Hospice NZ||Hospice provides palliative care in the community, aiming to help people make the most of their lives.|
|Auckland||Ronald McDonald House||The charity provides funding and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children.|
|Auckland||Gut Cancer Foundation||Gastrointestinal Cancer, a cancer not often spoken about is the most common cancer in New Zealand. The Gut Cancer Foundation supports clinical research in New Zealand, focusing particularly on clinical trials, as well as increase the public profile of this all too under-represented cancer.|
|Group||Hospice NZ||Hospice provides palliative care in the community, aiming to help people make the most of their lives.|
|Group||Master Painters Association||The Association represents Painters and Decorators and plays a substantial role in apprenticeship training and education.|
|Tauranga||Papamoa Surf Life Saving Club||The club is a volunteer based, non-profit organisation committed to the prevention of injury and death on a 14km stretch of Papamoa Beach in the Bay of Plenty.|
|Tauranga||Otumoetai Swimming Club|
The principle objective of the Club is to foster and promote water safety through a wide range of programmes from Learn to Swim through to Fitness and Competitive Squads.
|Tauranga||Otumoetai Football Club||Otumoetai Football Club has it's home at Fergusson Park, Tauranga. From 5 year olds 'Minis' all the way through to Senior and Social the club has a strong roots in the community.|
|Tauranga||Asthma & Respiratory Management||The Asthma Foundation is New Zealand’s not-for-profit sector authority on asthma and other respiratory illnesses. They are committed to finding new solutions for people with asthma and respiratory diseases through contributing to the development of public policy, education and funded research.|
|Tauranga||Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service||Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service is volunteer lifeguarding and surf and land based rescue service. With over 400 members and a Junior Surf Program these volunteers dedicate thousands of hours each year to keep the public safe.|
|Hawkes Bay||Hawke's Bay Three Quarters Club||The TQ Midget Club promotes Three Quarter Midget racing and plays an important part in the local racing community.|
|Hawkes Bay||Hawke's Bay Master Painters Inc||The Association represents Painters and Decorators from the Hawke’s Bay region and plays a substantial role in apprenticeship training and education.|
|Hawkes Bay||Napier City Rovers|
Napier City Rovers was founded in 1973 and has grown from strength to strength. The Club has a strong commitment to youth and has delivered coaching sessions to over 12,000 children in Hawke's Bay Schools, receiving NZ Footballs's "All Whites Community Impact Award".
|Hawkes Bay||Hawke's Bay United Football||Hawke's Bay United competes in the ASB Premiership, the highest level of domestic competition in New Zealand. They also provide pathways and opportunities for community engagement in the world's biggest sport.|
|Canterbury||Burnside Squash Club||The club is part of Canterbury Squash which has 19 affiliated clubs. It provides a friendly club environment for both social and competitive players from the local community.|
|Ashburton||Ashburton A&P Show||The annual show is the largest two day agricultural even held in the Mid Canterbury district.|
|Ashburton||Ashburton Borough School||Ashburton Borough School is a full primary school catering for students years 1 - 8 that enjoys two school sites, one rural, at Lagmhor, the other centrally located in Ashburton.|
|Ashburton||Mayfield & District Lions Club||Lions Clubs work in the community in humanitarian service.|
|Ashburton||Methven Lions Club||Lions Clubs work in the community in humanitarian service.|
Founded in 1884 after the amalgamation of the Caversham Football Club and the Pacific Football Club. The SRFC, or the 'The Magpies' as we are sometimes known, has a long and proud history in the Dunedin.
|Otago||St Claire Golf club||The Spectacular St Clair Golf Club is nestled on the cliffs above Dunedin’s beautiful St Clair Beach. The Course offers world class views of the Pacific Ocean, its beaches and the beautiful city of Dunedin often regarded as the Edinburgh of the South.|
|Otago||Methven Lions Club||Lions Clubs work in the community in humanitarian service.|
|Southern Lakes||Queenstown Golf Club is regarded as one of the most scenic golf courses in the world. It plays an important part in the community.|
|ActiveQT||Active QT promote a combination of adventure and wellbeing opportunities to people from all walks of life; encouraging participation in events that are motivating, inspiring, challenging and rewarding.|
|Southland||Pirates Old Boys Rugby Club||The club dates back to one of the pioneering rugby clubs in Southland, they have a large community of players and supporters and are an important part of the Southland rugby community.|
|Southland||Southland Cancer Society||The Southland division of the Cancer Society work to improve community well-being by reducing the incidence and impact of cancer.|
|Southland||Southland Sharks||Southland Sharks basketball entered the NBL in 2010. They work hard to keep Southland's basketball dream alive.|
|Southland||Southland Stags||The Southland Stags play in the ITM Cup, NZs top-level professional provincial rugby competition.|