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Toyota New Zealand has been a Major Partner and Official Vehicle Supplier of PNZ since 2017. Globally, Toyota has partnered with the International Paralympic Committee as the Worldwide Official Mobility Partner since 2015. Toyota is wholeheartedly committed to unleashing human potential through the power of movement and is working with PNZ to share the vision to inspire people to push onward?past their finish line, past their impossible.
Harvey Norman is an Official Partner of PNZ and has supported PNZ since 2016. The Harvey Norman in-store fundraising campaign for PNZ contributes significantly to sending our Paralympians and the PNZ team to the Paralympic Games.
The Harvey Norman PNZ National Development Programme ensures investment into Para sport and Para athlete development to identify and support the Paralympians of the future.
ANZ is one of New Zealand’s leading financial institutions and the ANZ brand is associated with innovation and a commitment to supporting local communities. ANZ is supporting up-and-coming athletes through the ANZ Paralympic Pathway Programme. This programme will provide athletes with financial support and education while they continue to develop in their sport and as individuals. ANZ has welcomed Paralympians Holly Robonson and Jesse Reynolds as new ANZ Ambassadors.
Tower Insurance is an Official Partner and staunch supporter of PNZ. Tower joined the PNZ family of partners in 2018 and is committed to working with PNZ on new initiatives to support Para sport in our communities and support Paralympians on their road to Tokyo 2020.
Adecco New Zealand have a long-standing relationship with Paralympics New Zealand spanning 10 years. Annually they arrange the Adecco New Zealand Prime Minsters Dinner, to celebrate the achievements of our Paralympians and Para athletes and generously raise funds for their Paralympic Games campaigns.
ACC is a Community Partner of PNZ, partnering with us since 2015. Via the partnership, ACC and PNZ are able to introduce more people with disabilities and members of the community to Para sport, giving them the chance to experience the benefits of sport on rehabilitation and wellbeing. Initiatives include the ACC Paralympics New Zealand Open Days – free open days for the public, and the ACC Sports Rehabilitation Pathway – which refers interested ACC clients into Para sport at any level.