AJ Hackett Bungy Auckland will host a world record attempt for the most jumps in 24 hours.
RealNZ has raised $175,000 from its annual Conservation Ball to help establish a new population of the critically endangered orange-fronted parakeet kākāriki karaka.
Milford sound tourism businesses are urging operators around the country to get behind a new effort to show appreciation for healthcare workers.
Christchurch Attractions is partnering with the Central City Business Association and Salvation Army in an effort to provide more warmth for the city’s vulnerable people.
Trees That Count has launched a crowdfunding campaign that aims to raise money for native tree plantations, in celebration of the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
EcoZip Adventures welcomed over 150 Waiheke Island residents to its second annual Locals’ Day, raising $7,000 for charity.
Privately-owned sculpture park Gibbs Farm will open to celebrate a special charity event this month with the Child Cancer Foundation.
The hospitality industry’s inaugural Cooking up a Storm event led by chef Al Brown has raised $370,000 to support those impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle.
Hospitality businesses across the country are coming together to host New Zealand’s biggest dinner party support of those impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle.
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has launched an international fundraising appeal and a special Lotto draw to support the recovery efforts across the North Island impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle.
The Rodger Fox Big Band will play three shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch to raise money for the Hawke’s Bay Disaster Relief Fund and the Hawke’s Bay Jazz Club.
Operators are doing their bit to help those affected by the recent extreme weather events.
Christchurch Attractions is again supporting the Christchurch City Mission to bring festive cheer to people in need this Christmas.
ZipTrek Ecotours’ Locals Day annual fundraiser has raised $7,225 for Sustainable Queenstown.
Wellington Zoo will provide free passes to people and families supported by the the Wellington City Mission.
Christchurch Attractions is supporting the Christchurch City Mission for a third consecutive year to bring some festive cheer to people in need this Christmas.
Highlands Motorsport Park will run a cycling event on 26 March 2022 to support awareness around prostate cancer.
Ziptrek Ecotours is donating $7725 to the Southern Wellbeing Trust after raising the funds in its #WellbeingForWhakatipu initiative.
Invercargill’s Bill Richardson Transport World has raised $42,000 for charity KidsCan to help support vulnerable young New Zealanders and their families.
Shotover Jet is providing free rides for essential workers in Queenstown to thank them for their efforts over the pandemic.
The RealNZ Cruise-for-a-Cause raised nearly $30,000 for the Deep Cove Outdoor Education Trust.
A slew of new products has set up the railway for growth, with local businesses on board for the economic ride.
Steve Armitage, general manager destination at Auckland Unlimited said Summernova’s charity partners represented the festival’s ethos of inclusivity and sustainability.
Items primarily donated by tourism operators in the Queenstown and Fiordland areas were auctioned off.
Auckland Airport will give $100,000 to South Auckland charities through its Twelve Days of Christmas grants programme.
GCH Aviation’s Kaikoura Helicopters has partnered with marine mammal welfare organisation Project Jonah to help protect local marine wildlife.
Air New Zealand has donated nearly 15,000 food items to Mangere Budgeting Services Trust and Food Bank after a group of cabin crew volunteered at the organisation during Covid-19 alert level 3.
Real Journeys’ Walter Peak and Canyon Brewing chefs have cooked almost 1800 meals for locals in need.
The Carepoints programme would allow members to gift their Airpoints to any or all of three charity partners – KidsCan, Women’s Refuge and New Zealand Red Cross.
A total of twenty-seven local tourism operators and businesses contributed to what was a total prize pool of $17k.
Originair will resume its flight schedule on the Nelson–Palmerston North and Nelson–Wellington routes from 29 May 2020.
Thousands of snacks destined for Real Journeys international and domestic visitors in Milford Sound are now helping fill food parcels at the Queenstown Salvation Army food bank.
Air New Zealand has donated more than 8000 inflight blankets to charitable organisations in New Zealand to support those in need this winter.
ZEALANDIA has launched a Givealittle campaign to support its conservation work while it is closed to the pubic during the Covid-19 response.
Ziptrek Ecotours has raised $11,352 for Central Lakes Family Services as part of its annual Ziptober fundraiser.
Real Journeys is taking applications for its Cruise-for-a-Cause fundraiser for 2020.
NZ operators are getting behind their favoured charities, raising money through annual ‘locals’ offers and anniversary celebrations.