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Beyond the Logo: Building Sustainable Brand Awareness through Sponsorship


It’s actually not as easy as that!

Tree Factory programmes offer an awesome opportunity for our valuable sponsors to support the people on the ground in rewilding New Zealand.

With this in mind, it’s our goal to show donors how they can make the most of their contributions. The Tree Factory has a robust corporate philanthropy program in place supporting projects and community members. We value each and every donation we receive. Donations are treated with utmost respect and through rigorous checks and balances help strengthen a sustainable infrastructure.

In turn, we highlight your business as a caring and valuable sponsor.

If this excites your team, we’d love to continue this conversation. Please reach out to us. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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10 Ways to Show New Zealand Your Company Cares

At The Seed Hunter Tribe, when you commit to the cause we commit to yours.

We only partner with companies whose core values align with our mission statement and that are committed to a better future.

1. Prominent Logo Placement: Your corporation’s logo will be prominently displayed in various strategic locations related to our rewilding projects. This includes our project sites, social media profiles, website, and promotional materials. Whenever we share updates about our conservation efforts, your logo will be front and center, providing valuable exposure.

2. Dedicated Sponsorship Pages: We create dedicated sponsorship pages on our website that showcase your corporation’s commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability. 

3. Social Media Campaigns: Our active presence on social media platforms allows us to reach a diverse and engaged audience. We regularly feature our corporate sponsors in posts, stories, and updates. 

4. Customized Content: We collaborate with your marketing team to create customized content that highlights your corporation’s involvement in rewilding and biodiversity conservation. This content can take the form of blog posts, articles, press releases, or video features, which we promote across our digital channels.

5. Public Relations Opportunities: Our projects often attract media attention. We facilitate media interviews, press releases, and news articles that mention your corporation’s pivotal role in supporting our initiatives.

6. Community Engagement Events: We organize community engagement events related to reforestation and conservation. Your corporation can actively participate in these events, allowing you to connect with local communities, employees, and customers. 

7. Employee Team Building: Employees actively engage in our projects and volunteer in reforestation activities. This hands-on experience not only strengthens team dynamics but also showcases a commitment to environmental sustainability.

8. Networking Opportunities: Corporate sponsors gain access to a network of like-minded organizations, stakeholders, and individuals. This network can lead to valuable partnerships, knowledge sharing, and business growth opportunities.

9. Demonstrated Impact: We provide regular updates on the impact of our rewilding projects, including ecological improvements, biodiversity enhancements, and carbon sequestration. These impact reports can be used in your marketing materials to showcase your corporation’s contribution to a better planet.

10. A Lasting Partnership: Our commitment to promoting your business is an integral part of our partnership philosophy. We believe that by showcasing your dedication to environmental sustainability and biodiversity, we can collectively inspire others to follow suit.

Together, we can build a greener, more sustainable future for all.

Contact us today to discuss how we can tailor our promotional efforts to align with your corporate goals and values. Let’s make a positive impact on the environment while boosting your brand’s visibility and reputation.

The Seed Hunter Tribe Trust

Where the cash goes

Key Moments 2024

  • The Seed Hunter Tribe became a registered charity
  • We held our first Seed Hunter Day
  • We built our first drone
  • We began seed bomb field research
  • EDUCATION 40% 40%
  • TREES 25% 25%

We couldn’t do it without you!


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