Our Supporters & Funders
We would like to thank everyone who is supporting the production of KAURI: A Natural History Documentary Film. We are being constantly encouraged by the grass roots support we have recieved and will leave the personal thanks to the film credits so for now we would like to highlight the organisations that have given us money and resources to enable us to get under way.
Our Premiere Sponsor - Kauri 2000 has given the project $10,000
Kauri 2000 is a long term project to recreate significant stands of kauri on publicly-owned land on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Our Equipment Sponsor - Canon has given the project $5,000 in Equipment
In the spirit of Canon's guiding philosophy of Kyosei - living and working together for the common good - Canon Oceania supports environmental protection.
Forest & Bird
Coromandel Forest & Bird has given the project $2,000
Forest & Bird has about 70,000 supporters in 50 branches that work on a variety of conservation activities, from re-forestation to lobbying, bird monitoring to weed-busting.
Thames Coromandel District Council has granted the project $2,000
TCDC Community Grants help local organisations pay for specific projects or maintenance of facilities that benefit our community.
Coromandel Adventures has sponsored the project $1,000
Our intention is to place you in the frame; in a place of such postcard beauty that your friends won’t believe it exists.
Coromandel Outdoor Language School
Coromandel Outdoor Language School $1000 sponsorship
We have several projects where the school and the students make a difference for the environment.
Syrp is providing specialised forest canopy filming equipment
Syrp provides exceptional film equipment, knowledge and support to independent film makers.
The Kauri Project
The Kauri Project has donated limited edition prints to assist us with our fundraising
The Kauri Project aims to link artists with scientists, iwi and others working with kauri, using art as a tool for research, education and activism.