PARTNER WITH US
Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 people born with a uterus, causing pain, social isolation and in some cases infertility. These are people; your people – your staff, your customers and your community stakeholders.
Make a difference through partnership
We are incredibly grateful for the support of our partners who have joined us on our mission of raising awareness of endometriosis. Their generosity is funding research, and providing information, emotional and practical support to people with endometriosis.
To continue this work, we need help from more businesses and community groups. If you’d like to learn more about partnering with us, and how we can help engage your team members and show your community that you’re supporting people with endometriosis, we’d love to hear from you.
How can you help us?
There are many ways you can get involved: holding a workplace fundraiser, help us to deliver our services more effectively, providing a new way for us to reach a fresh audience through your communication channels or donating goods to be used in our hospital packs.
No matter how you choose to support the work we do, your help will help make a difference.
If you're interested in more long-term, sustainable relationship opportunities, we can develop a bespoke sponsorship and partnership programme to meet the needs of both parties.
A few ideas
Endometriosis Awareness Month, workplace fundraisers during our Annual Appeal in March
Start a cause-related marketing programme
Participate or become a sponsor of one of our events, or form a team and participate in a sporting event to raise funds
Contribute gifts, vouchers or prizes for use at our events
Financially support projects, for example research or lobbying
In-kind contribution, by donating goods or services
Make a charitable gift in the form of a grant or cash contribution
Encourage employee giving through IRD’s Payroll Giving, show your employees that you support their charitable contributions with a company match
How we can help you
We have a strong presence in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty as a supportive and informed trust since 1999. We are a well-respected, effective and growing charity, who every day makes a tangible difference to the lives of those with endometriosis.
Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 people born with a uterus and is a long-term chronic condition, and as a result we have a passionate, long-term network of supporters.
We regularly connect with our audiences through our website, social channels, newsletters and through our network of branches across New Zealand.