Thursday 16 May 201912:00 PM - 2:00 PMAdd to calendar

Potters Park Event Centre, 164 Balmoral Road, Mt Eden, Auckland, New ZealandView map

Do you want to attract more corporate support for your organisation? Join Deborah Manning, CEO of KiwiHarvest to learn how to increase your chances of forming “win-win” corporate partnerships that bring in new and different types of support and promote your cause. Why do companies give to charities? What benefits are they looking for? What can your charity offer?

Deborah Manning is the Founder and CEO of KiwiHarvest, the New Zealand national food rescue organisation. Prior to this she worked as a Barrister and Solicitor practising all aspects of the law, and is also a trained Physiotherapist. Her legal knowledge provided the ideal background to embark on a career in social entrepreneurship.  But whether you’re an aspiring social entrepreneur, or a fundraiser struggling to align your cause with the corporate sector, this case study will give you the insights, tips and confidence to secure successful corporate partnerships.

This unique Learning Lunch is not to be missed. Registration from 11.45am

PARKING: Free parking in the car park outside PPEC and nearby streets
COST: $45 FINZ members, $60 non-members

Lunch will be catered by Eat My Lunch which supports a free lunch programme for children in New Zealand:

Please read the Eat My Lunch Allergen Statement on their website (they have Gluten Friendly, Dairy Friendly, Vegan and Vegetarian options). Our order is within the context of 1,800 lunches made and delivered daily. FINZ is using this provider so that children at school don’t go hungry, but that means we can’t cater for dietary requirements outside of Eat My Lunch’s capabilities.


Ticket typePriceQuantity
FINZ MemberYou must log in to the FINZ Members Area and return to the event page to access this price and purchase a ticket.Available until Mon 13 May 2019$45.00
Non-MemberAvailable until Mon 13 May 2019$60.00
FINZ CommitteeAvailable from Tue 16 Apr 2019 until Mon 13 May 2019$25.00