Volunteers in New Zealand

Partnerships

Conservation Volunteers has a long and proud history of practical environmental partnerships with corporate New Zealand, all levels of government and community groups to tackle important environmental and wildlife conservation projects. We believe in working in long-term, meaningful partnerships that focus on involving people in achieving practical conservation outcomes.

CVNZ has long-standing and very successful relationships with a wide range of corporate partners e.g. Rio Tinto, Pernod Ricard and Maersk. Typically these partnerships include financial and in-kind support for the organization or projects and corporate employee involvement in those projects. Making a difference in the environment can require a long-term commitment and we are delighted to say that many of our corporate partnerships have been with us for many years. We seek to treat each partnership individually and assist the corporate sector to meet their social and environmental responsibility objectives in ways that actively involve their employees and the wider community, while addressing priority conservation issues facing the environment.

Become a Partner

Our ability to involve volunteers in important environment projects is dependent on our partners who support us. This makes it essential for us to work together and we welcome conversations to explore opportunities to partner with you!

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Employee Volunteering

Conservation Volunteers provides fun, easy and rewarding volunteer opportunities for your employees to get their hands dirty and engage with their natural environment. We have national coverage, can provide a range of activities and cater for different levels of ability and fitness.

Need Help?

We work with community groups, Land Care groups, local government, land owners, and others to help you achieve conservation goals.  We can provide both expertise and managed teams of volunteers to help you with your project.

Latest News

Thank You Fulton Hogan for volunteering at Ambury Regional Park.

Thanks so much to the Fulton Hogan team who joined us at Ambury Regional Park last Thursday, 12th October. The team of 36 volunteers rolled up their sleeves and got stuck in by removing invasive weeds such as thistles and invasive grasses and mulching young trees that had been planted by a school group this […]
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Partnership Case Study – Pernod Ricard and Conservation Volunteers

A Helping Hand for New Zealand Water Ways 2017 is the third year of a successful environmental management partnership between Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) and Pernod Ricard Winemakers. Through the engagement of their employees in conservation activities, Pernod Ricard Winemakers, an industry advocate for sustainable environmental management, have achieved significant environmental outcomes in collaboration […]
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One Million Trees partnership to plant 70,000 native trees with Conservation Volunteers

Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) is thrilled to announce a partnership with Auckland Councils One Million Trees initiative. One Million Trees is a programme for greening Auckland that plans to plant a million trees across the Auckland region over the span of three years. This initiative will not only make our city green or offset carbon […]
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Thank You Uber for your support at Brookby Wildlife Habitat

A big thank you to the Uber team who turned out on a glorious September afternoon to give a helping hand by planting trees at Brookby Wildlife habitat. Last Friday, the 22nd of September, eight Uber staff members went an extra mile by planting 300 trees along the riparian margin. Due to the efforts of Uber volunteers, […]
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Mobil Oil New Zealand Partners To Support New Zealands Threatened Species

Image by Alton Perrie Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) are very excited to announce a new partnership with Mobil Oil New Zealand. Mobil have signed up as the first official sponsor and partner on our new threatened species programme- Wild Futures. This partnership will have a particular focus on the recovery of the longfin eel […]
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A Tree Planting Frenzy For World Environment Day

We’re excited to report that this years Corporate Tree Planting Challenge, in celebration of World Environment Day, was a huge success with more locations, more teams and more impact than ever before! Held on Friday the 9th June in Wellington and Auckland and in sites across Australia on the 2nd June, it was a tree […]
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