Children with Disability NZ Our mission is to make New Zealand the most disabled child friendly region in the world!

Become A Children With Disability NZ Sponsor


Children With Disability NZ Silver Member Sponsorship Making A Positive Change:

C.W.D - Sponsorship Goals Silver

The Silver Sponsorship Tier Includes Logo Placement Online:

The silver sponsorship tier includes placement on online and printed marketing materials, speaking opportunities, and access to networking events. Silver sponsors have regular placement in our social media, and when opportunities arise, silver sponsors will be mentioned in our mainstream media stories. Silver sponsors would contribute $3000.00 per annum.

Our website,, will have designated pages to display sponsors logos. 

So What Is The Diffrence?

Like gold sponsors, silver sponsors may also provide in-kind donations or other forms of support. In some cases, a silver sponsor may provide services or products that the charity needs or support the charity's events with volunteers, marketing assistance, or other resources. Ultimately, the amount a silver sponsor contributes to a children's charity will depend on a variety of factors, and it's important for the charity and sponsor to work together to find a mutually beneficial arrangement.

If you would like to become a sponsor please email us at:

Silver Member Sponsorship Falls In The Mid-Range Of Sponsorship Levels:

Silver sponsorship typically refers to a level of sponsorship in which a company or organization provides a moderate amount of financial or other support for an event or project. The exact nature and extent of the support provided will vary depending on the specific event or project, but in general, silver sponsors may receive recognition or branding opportunities in exchange for their support. For example, a silver sponsor of a conference might have their logo displayed on promotional materials or signage at the event, or be mentioned in press releases or social media posts related to the conference. They may also receive a certain number of tickets or passes to the event, or have the opportunity to set up a booth or exhibit showcasing their products or services.


The amount a silver sponsor would contribute to a children's charity can also vary depending on the specific charity, their fundraising goals, and the benefits offered to the sponsor. In general, silver sponsors are considered to be intermediate-level sponsors, and may contribute a significant amount of money to the charity but typically less than gold sponsors. The amount could range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the charity and the sponsorship package offered.

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