We’re grateful to have strong relationships with caring companies that proudly ‘walk the talk’ of corporate social responsibility. They also help us by promoting our messages to customers, suppliers and staff in their own advertising and public relations.
We welcome ideas and approaches from prospective partners who wish to associate their brands with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. Together, we can make a difference.
Stuff is an enthusiastic supporter of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ and we’re delighted to have such a strong and valuable partnership.
Stuff is a collection of digital-first products and services that connect Kiwi communities to the stuff that matters, the stuff they love and each other. Proud to be New Zealand’s leading media organisation, Stuff connects with 3.2 million Kiwis every month across its platforms, including NZ’s largest news site stuff.co.nz, and a broad range of much-loved newspaper titles and magazines. Stuff leverages its audience and scale to diversify into new categories and revenue streams, to ensure it continues to deliver quality local journalism that Kiwis look for every day. Stuff connects with the community through a range of sport, business and lifestyle events, and ventures like Neighbourly and Play Stuff.
Each year NZ House & Garden, one of Stuff’s leading lifestyle publications, invites readers to step inside the pages of this much-loved magazine via its series of house tours. Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, the charity partner, recruits around 800 BCFNZ volunteers to welcome tour-goers with a smile, and usher them into the stunning homes.
We look forward to continuing this wonderful relationship that benefits so many Kiwis and their families.
Estée Lauder Companies have been alongside us since we began in 1994 – a relationship of 25 years and counting. They support us with generous donations from sales of Pink Ribbon products during October along with items to use for gifts and fundraising throughout the year.
They’re also behind our most recognisable symbol: the pink ribbon. It all began in 1992, when Evelyn Lauder made a commitment to the fight against breast cancer and launched the first Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign at Estée Lauder counters across the United States.
Quarter of a century later in New Zealand, Estée Lauder supplies us with over 500,000 pink satin ribbons to distribute during our annual Pink Ribbon street appeal.
They’ve been with us every step of the way, and we’re grateful for their ongoing support.
Farmers has been a generous supporter for the past twenty years, first getting involved in our retail appeal in back in 2000.
In 2014 they embraced our October campaign to raise awareness and funds in every Farmers store nationwide. Over the past six years Farmers customers and staff have raised an incredible $1.7 million for breast cancer research and support. This puts them in a very special league, as our only supporter who has contributed over $1 million. These funds have been vital in allowing us to continue our life-saving work.
The majority of funds have been donated by generous Farmers customers, while the rest have come from the sale of Boobeads – keyrings featuring beads the size of breast lumps detectable via mammogram or touch. Individual stores often turn Pink for a Day, with staff dressing in pink, baking pink cupcakes, decorating pink bras and hosting raffles.
Farmers have promoted TLC, our breast check how-to video, through posters in their changing rooms – the perfect place to grab women’s attention. They’ve also given out Know Your Risk flyers, to make women aware of breast cancer risk factors they can control.
We’ve been working together assisting their staff with bra fitting training for post-surgical needs, and we look forward to continuing and growing our partnership with Farmers in years to come.
The Griffin's Food Company has been a proud sponsor of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ since 2019 through limited-edition products sold during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, including a 30 cent per pack donation on Eta Uppercuts Himalayan Sea Salt & Cracker Pepper chips and a 20 cent per pack donation on Griffin's Raspberry Mallowpuffs.
The Griffin's Food Company has been creating NZ's favourite snacks for over 150 years and this year they have proudly added two delicious Breast Cancer Foundation NZ branded biscuits to their portfolio where $1 per pack sold is donated. Griffin's thanks you for buying these products to support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
Harrisons is a proud supporter of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. Starting their journey with us back in 2008 with pink carpet underlay, Harrisons have extended their support over their three brands, Harrisons Carpet & Flooring, Harrisons Curtains & Blinds and Harrisons Solar. A donation is made to the foundation with any purchase from their pink carpet underlay, Urban curtains collection, and any LG solar panels and Tesla Powerwall. Harrisons are 100% local, Kiwi owned, and work directly with NZ’ers all over the country. Please support Harrisons and purchase their on-trend home furnishings and solar power your house the home you've always wanted.
Contact 800 102 002 / www.harrisons.nz
Eta are proud to support this great cause so close to the hearts of all New Zealanders.
After more than 80 years, Eta knows what Kiwis love. Our delicious range has something to suit everyone’s tastes, including some of NZ’s favourites like Eta Ripple Cut and Thick Cut, Uppercuts, Munchos, Cheese Balls and Eta Nuts.
This year we have created a special pink pack of Eta Uppercuts – Himalayan Pink Salt & Black Pepper, especially for the breast cancer awareness month in October. 20c from each pack sold is going to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, helping to fund vital research, education and support for New Zealanders with breast cancer.
We are supporting our people here at Eta as well, with information on breast screening and the importance of early detection outlined to all staff as part of our ongoing staff wellness program.
Help us support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, our Limited-Edition pink pack is available in all main supermarkets throughout October, while stocks last.
Pink Lady® Apples are New Zealand’s first fresh fruit association to partner with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ and it is a perfect fit. Not only are Pink Lady® apples deliciously sweet and crunchy, but every Pink Lady® apple also purchased between July and November also helps the Foundation fund research, education, and support for Kiwi women with breast cancer.
Pink Lady® Apples’ Chair, Peter Beaven says “The sponsorship is a great way for our organisation and our 120 Pink Lady® apple growers around New Zealand to give back to women and the community.”
Pink Lady® Apples are New Zealand grown and available in most supermarkets and greengrocers from July to November. Look for the bright pink apple packs featuring Pink Lady’s pink heart and the Breast Cancer Foundation’s pink ribbon in the fruit and veggie section of your supermarket.
As a member-owned New Zealand bank, SBS Bank is very much in the heart of our communities, with the community in our hearts.
As part of our partnership with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ we are delighted to launch the new SBS Pink Ribbon Visa, a charity credit card designed to raise funds to help fight breast cancer.
SBS Bank will donate $20 to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ for every account successfully opened and will donate a further 5 cents to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ every time the credit card is used.
Cardholders will also earn cash back rewards every time they use their card of eligible transactions* which they can choose to keep or donate a portion (or all of it!) to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
SBS Bank CEO, Shaun Drylie said "As a Member-owned bank, supporting the local community and meeting the needs of our Members are both at the heart of who we are as an organisation. We're excited that this innovative new product will make such a real difference to both Breast Cancer Foundation NZ and the amazing work they do to help those fighting breast cancer."
For more information on the Pink Ribbon Visa, please visit pinkribbonvisa.co.nz
*Please refer to the SBS Bank Pink Ribbon Visa Conditions of Use for full details of cash back and Eligible Transactions.
The SBS Pink Ribbon Visa is issued by SBS Money Limited a 100% Subsidiary of SBS Bank. Lending & Eligibility Criteria, SBS Pink Ribbon Visa Conditions of Use and Fees and Charges apply, and can be found here or alternatively on request and free of charge from any branch of SBS Bank. The Pink Ribbon symbol is a trademark of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
Dunlop Flooring Ltd, in conjunction with Harrisons Carpet, generously supports Breast Cancer Foundation NZ with every sale of the Cloud 9 Invincible Carpet Cushion - the perfect partner for new carpet as it provides superior long lasting underfoot comfort thanks to its luxurious plush feel. Cloud 9 Invincible Carpet Cushion can be recognised by its pink laminate (top covering) and by the bag it arrives in at your home, displaying the pink ribbon. Cloud 9 Invincible Carpet Cushion can only be purchased from Harrisons Carpet One.
We are thrilled to have partnered with Wholesome NZ, the company behind Bon Appétit Free Range Eggs. We’re proud to say we have a great, healthy relationship.
Bon Appétit Free Range Eggs are not only delicious, but they’re also a great source of income for Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, with 50 cents from every half-dozen pack donated to BCFNZ.
Bon Appétit's chickens are raised free-range on a natural grain diet. In fact, they're so well looked after that they've been given the SPCA Blue Tick, which means they've met SPCA standards for humane farming.
Every time you reach for one of the stand-out pink packs, you’re supporting our fight against breast cancer. Bon Appétit!
Great gumboots for a great cause. Skellerup's classic Red Band gumboot is a genuine Kiwi icon, and a staple on farms all over the country. The distinctive Red Band is turning pink to support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ for a second time in 2022.
Raizor is an innovative fundraising company dedicated to make giving easier. Together with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ and SBS Bank, we have created the SBS Pink Ribbon Visa.
Raizor connects New Zealand companies to the charitable sector and is pioneering spending/giving, where products and services can be purchased and a sustainable contribution is donated.
We know many New Zealand families have been deeply affected by breast cancer and are proud to be able to contribute to important research and cancer support services.
Find out other great ways you can support BCFNZ with your everyday spending by visiting us at
Proven Winners® New Zealand is proud to support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. For every Petunia Bubblegum sold from October until the end of December, Proven Winners® New Zealand will donate 50c to the Pink Ribbon Appeal. Plant labels will display the pink ribbon logo throughout this period.
Bubblegum petunias are very vigorous, with mounding habits that can reach up to 60cm in height in the garden and will trail over the edges of baskets and containers by up to 1.2m by the end of the summer. They are fantastic landscape plants and are great in large containers, where they function as both fillers and spillers. In garden beds, they will work either in the front or middle of the bed.
Bubblegum petunia varieties deliver an outstanding performance over the entire season, lasting well into late autumn in moderate climates. They are bred to flower earlier, grow taller and wider, and grow more vigorously than other petunias.
Robert Harris has been a key part of our Pink Ribbon Breakfast campaign since 2014, donating 10% of all breakfast sales sold through the Robert Harris Cafes throughout May each year. Combined with customer donations, Robert Harris has so far contributed over $230,000.00 to our work. This long-term support has now been recognised in the Robert Harris group’s appointment as a Pink Ribbon Gold Partner.
Behind the dedication to support our Foundation is its founder, Robert Harris, a man who was passionate about introducing Kiwis to fresh coffee and community work.
Today, all Robert Harris Cafes nationwide support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ in May as their way of honouring his community spirit and legacy. We’re so grateful to have their support, and look forward to enjoying delicious breakfasts again next year!
From January 1st 2017 all Compass Pools sold in New Zealand will be sold with a pink exterior to celebrate the partnership with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. A portion of every pool sale will be donated to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
ghd has supported breast cancer charities in Australia and NZ for over 14 years and every year creates a limited edition range of stylers and hairdryers where a percentage of the sales goes to breast cancer foundation partners. Ghd is a gold partner of BCFNZ and globally has helped raise more than $20 million for breast cancer charities.
Sealy NZ have long been proud supporters of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ), helping raise funds through their annual Sealy Designer Bed campaign. This year will be their ninth consecutive year of supporting BCFNZ.
This October, Sealy New Zealand will reveal a bespoke pink Sealy Posturepedic bed, designed especially in support of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. The stunning bed and accessories will be available for purchase on Trade Me. Find out more at sealy.co.nz
The Good Oil is proud to partner with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ to help raise funds for research, education, and support Kiwi women with breast cancer. This October the Good Oil will introduce a limited-edition pink Rapeseed Oil bottle and for every bottle sold $1 will be donated to BCFNZ.
The Good Oil is cold pressed from high oleic seeds grown here in New Zealand. The Good Oil extra virgin oil is extracted naturally without any heat or chemicals, perfect for your everyday cooking.
Help us support the cause, our limited-edition Pink Rapeseed Oil 1L bottles are available in all major supermarket and grocery stores throughout October, only while stocks last.
John Andrew has been keeping the Ford tradition alive almost as long as the blue oval has been around.
The birth of the Ford dealership dates back to 1907 when John W. Andrew bought into the family business. The Auckland population at the time was approximately 40,000. The motor car had only made its appearance in Auckland in 1902, and was five years later when the first model T arrived in New Zealand. John W. became one of the early Ford owners and obtained a sub-agency on a commission basis of £5. So started John Andrew Ford, which has grown and given great service to the Auckland region ever since.
The success of any commercial business depends on satisfied customers and satisfied customers come only from the confidence in the product they are buying and in the service they can expect from their dealer. John Andrew Ford is proud to continue the high quality standard of customer service set more than 100 years ago, and there is no doubt that the range of Blue Oval product is getting better and better as years go by.
"It is heartening and we are proud to be able to support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ with the contribution of vehicles with the support of Ford New Zealand. They have such a dedicated and passionate team who literally save lives every single day through, not only funding research, but educating woman on the signs and symptoms to look out for" - Phil Saunders, Dealer Principal.
SOAR provides Breast Cancer Foundation NZ with pro bono design and printing services, and has been with us since 2000.
Soar is a complete end to end printing services company. Through Soar Digital, Printing and Logistics, they will manage any business’s artwork requirements, through prepress to printing, finishing, packing, storage and distribution.
BELL GULLY has a long history of providing free legal services to Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
With over 220 partners and lawyers, Bell Gully is New Zealand's leading commercial law firm and one of the few law firms that still provides a full range of services. They advise some of the country's largest corporates on major deals and transactions and also advise entrepreneurs and start-up companies on commercialising new technology and other initiatives.
EFTPOS New Zealand, the market leading payments solutions company, is our official eftpos supplier. EFTPOS New Zealand’s services are tailored to fit businesses of all sizes and provide the functionality, security and support necessary to keep customers’ payments flowing smoothly.
POSTE HASTE provide Breast Cancer Foundation NZ with a generous 50% discount on all courier costs. Post Haste Couriers are specialists in express parcel delivery and experts in tailoring total distribution solutions to meet the needs of their customers. They can cater for the biggest packages, right down to letter size documents.
PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE was started in 2014 by BCFNZ Trustee James Hurman. Previously Unavailable is an innovation consultancy business based in Auckland, and lends its support to BCFNZ when needed.
FAQ Bot is a NZ-developed AI chatbot that helps Breast Cancer Foundation NZ work smarter and save time, by providing instant answers to fundraising and supporter questions, 24/7.
FAQ Bot is delighted to provide chatbot subscriptions pro bono and support Breast Cancer Foundation NZ’s important work.