The Coffee Club New Zealand and our franchisees are proud to support a range of community groups, organisations, and events that endeavour to enrich and educate our community. This includes industry groups, schools, arts, business, local charities, sporting groups and local events, all of which have with a charity or support mission. Our key sponsor partnerships are shown below.
As part of the overall brand mission and core values of The Coffee Club, our franchisees are also actively involved with charities and community groups at a local level in their own regions - raising funds and supporting or sponsoring community events and initiatives. We welcome local opportunities that allow us to engage and be involved in community-based programs, events and activities. To gain sponsorship for your local charity or event please visit or contact The Coffee Club store where the initiative is based to submit your proposal. See our STORE LOCATOR for a full list of stores and their contact details.
The Coffee Club has been a proud supporter of KidsCan since 2009, when we joined forces at the Big Night In Telethon.
Since then, The Coffee Club has been involved with a number of ongoing initiatives and events organised by KidsCan. Some of these include the Mystery Envelope Appeal, Christmas Crackers, the Lunchbox Day Appeal and KidsCan Online Auctions.
Since 2005, KidsCan has provided the following items to Kiwi kids in need:
• Over 24,000,000 items of food
• Over 336,000 raincoats
• Over 161,000 shoes & 322,000 pairs of socks
• Over 621,000 health and hygiene products
For more information on KidsCan please visit www.kidscan.org.nz
The Coffee Club has been a proud supporter of SPCA New Zealand since 2017, in the beginning as the official event sponsor of the SPCA Cupcake Day, and since 2020 the official event sponsor of the SPCA Annual Street Appeal.
The SPCA Annual Street Appeal is one of SPCA’s biggest fundraising events of the year which has the largest participation nationwide. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness and funds for SPCA so they can continue to help over 46,000 abused and neglected animals who need love, care and shelter. Over 2,500 volunteers across more than 350 collection points around New Zealand set out to collect these much need funds.
The 2020 SPCA Annual Street Appeal was a week-long event which took place from Monday 2 March to Sunday 8 March, and during this time all The Coffee Club cafes generated donations in-store by encouraging customers to add 50c or more to their bill; in addition to this The Coffee Club also contributed with an online match-funding campaign in an effort to raise further donations and awareness. At the end of the campaign, The Coffee Club visited the SPCA Village and presented a cheque for $30,000 to SPCA New Zealand, for the funds raised from the 2020 SPCA Annual Street Appeal campaign.
The Coffee Club has also been involved with a number of ongoing initiatives and events organised by SPCA such as the SPCA Great NZ Paws Walk.
For more information on SPCA and how you can get involved please visit www.spca.nz
The Coffee Club is proud to sponsor Kumeu Rugby in Auckland.
Rugby is widely regarded as the national sport of New Zealand and remains hugely popular to this day among Kiwis so The Coffee Club is excited to be able to support the sport at the grassroots level.
For more information please visit www.kumeurugby.co.nz
HIBISCUS COAST RAIDERS
The Coffee Club proudly sponsors the Hibiscus Coast Raiders Rugby League Club in Auckland.
Rugby League is a popular sport among Kiwis and New Zealand churns out some exceptional players which is why The Coffee Club is proud to support the game at a youth level.
For more information please visit the Hibiscus Coast Raiders Facebook Page.
The Coffee Club is proud to have partnered with Make-a-Wish in support of their Wish Heroes. Make-A-Wish helps to fulfill the life-changing wishes for children with a critical illness. By becoming a monthly donor of Make-A-Wish, you'll receive a free coffee voucher from The Coffee Club. To sign up today and become a Wish Hero please visit www.makeawish.org.nz