Our 2020 Sponsors
Without the generous support of our Sponsors, Wellington International Pride Parade could not exist. Each and every company or organisation that demonstrates their Pride by helping us deliver an inclusive fabulous Parade and entertainment showcase. Please show your support to these organisations by supporting them. If you are interesting in sponsoring Wellington International Pride Parade, please contact us.

You can't make a rainbow 🌈 without a little rain 🌦. 1737 are here to support you in tough times. To talk with a trained counsellor, simply call or text 1737. It’s free for all people in New Zealand. 1737 is the national mental health and addictions helpline. It's a free and confidential service that connects people with a trained mental health and addictions counsellor. They're available 24/7 by text📱or phone 📞. Find out more at https://tinyurl.com/y3ffgmhp #wipp2019 #NeedToTalk #sponsorship

“At SAP, our commitment to diversity and inclusion including LGBTQ is critical to our success. As a global organisation with employees from 150+ nationalities, our employees must feel free to be their authentic selves for our company to perform at its best. We embrace and encourage different perspectives and believe we are made stronger by our unique combination of culture, race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental ability and work-life situations.

Our culture of inclusion and focus on health and well-being helps ensure that everyone – regardless of background – feels included and can run at their best.

SAP believes that when we collaborate with others who have different points of view, it creates a greater mix of ideas and spurs innovation. SAP strives towards creating an environment where everyone can feel they have the power to be themselves every day.”

They value the New Zealand way, and respect, celebrate and support our cultural diversity through their dedicated team who help eligible organisations make a difference in their communities. Their funding is generated through gaming machines hosted and operated by a hard-working group of small business owners, their families and staff in pubs and taverns throughout the country.

​Radio Active.fm have been broadcasting from Wellington for over 40 years.

Always keeping things a little underground , we pride ourselves on supporting new artists from the capital and across Aotearoa as well as sharing music from all over the world. As part of the Student Radio Network, the station has played an active role in promoting independent New Zealand music since 1977

We draw our unique sound from the passion and dedication of our DJs. Each one brings their knowledge and flavour that combined creates the Radio Active.FM sound.

As well as the music we are proud to be part of the broader Wellington community. Where ever possible we help promote and support the excellent work of like-minded charities and organisations.

You can find us on 88.6fm in the city or worldwide on www.radioactive.fm and our free app.

Rainbow Creative is your one-stop media shop. Whether it is consulting on your marketing needs, designing web and print related material, printing everything from stationery to signage or running your event or promotion Rainbow Creative has the expertise and specialists you need to help your business to grow.

With over 6,500 street poster frames nationwide we have the country and all the major centres covered. We’ve been doing street posters for over 30 years and are New Zealand’s leading street poster experts

With a rich history as New Zealand’s oldest regional orchestra founded over sixty years ago, Orchestra Wellington’s audience numbers have grown rapidly to become one of the most consistently well attended in the country. With progressive programmes, accessible pricing, and a focus on community outreach, Orchestra Wellington is now recognised as one of the most exciting and progressive orchestras in the world.

They value the New Zealand way, and respect, celebrate and support our cultural diversity through their dedicated team who help eligible organisations make a difference in their communities. Their funding is generated through gaming machines hosted and operated by a hard-working group of small business owners, their families and staff in pubs and taverns throughout the country.

NZ Fringe Festival started in 1990 when a group of performance makers came home from a trip to the mighty Edinburgh Fringe in Scotland and loudly proclaimed “we need some of that too!” With the help of the NZ Festival (then known as The New Zealand International Festival of the Arts) Fringe was born as a one-week ‘festival within a festival’, in its ideal home: BATS Theatre.

Coca-Cola Amatil NZ is a proud New Zealand company that employs more than 1000 highly engaged people throughout the country.
We have a portfolio consisting of 270+ beverage options including iconic Kiwi brands L&P and Pump. 
Our Vision and Values
The most important part of our business is our people and we work hard to ensure that our values reflect the people who come to work for us and those wanting to be a part of our business. Our three main pillars for our values are:
Take the Lead
Stand Together
Keep it Real
 Some of our recognition awards include:
Aon Hewitt Accreditation – Coca-Cola Amatil NZ (Amatil NZ) has been awarded the Aon Hewitt Accreditation for Best Employer in Australasia three years in a row, making Amatil one of the best places to work in New Zealand and Australia
Rainbow Tick – Amatil is proud to have been awarded the Rainbow Tick four years running for our values around inclusion and diversity
Gender Tick – Amatil NZ was one of the first companies in NZ to be awarded the Gender Tick for a business that promotes gender equality in the workplace
YWCA Compact – Amatil NZ has been awarded the YWCA Compact for alignment on equal pay between men and women. The national average is above 9% while Amatil NZ has less than 1% differential Human Rights Commission – Amatil NZ is aligned with the Human Rights Commission on valuing diversity and human dignity and ensuring rights are respected. We also align on WEPs (Womens Empowerment Principles)
White Camelia Supreme Award Winner – Amatil NZ has won the White Camelia Supreme Award for our values around gender equality.

The principal objective of the Trust is to actively fundraise and attract sponsorships, donations and bequests in order to maintain a fund available to build strength through diversity within the LGBTQI+ community in New Zealand.

Go Media Limited is the largest independent outdoor media provider in New Zealand. We are a progressive media supplier for agencies and direct clients seeking outdoor media solutions within New Zealand. Our mission is to deliver exceptional, highly personalised media solutions to our clients, ensuring they receive premium brand exposure.

express has been New Zealand’s leading LGBTI+ media since May 1992. express has expanded from an A4-sized four-page photocopied pamphlet to a minimum 40-page full gloss colour magazine now published monthly and daily updated website providing up-to-date local LGBTI+ content.  express is published by TMO Publications Ltd, an independent New Zealand owned company, who took over the publication in June 2018 with Editor Oliver Hall and Business Manager Matt Fistonich at the helm

Prime Property Group is a multi-disciplined property organisation. Through a number of independent companies, the group owns and operates commercial office buildings, car parking buildings, hotels, residential buildings, industrial and retail properties. The group also owns and develops residential land and housing estates. Their investments are primarily in Wellington City, with a small number of properties in Hamilton, Tauranga and the Coromandel Peninsula. 

An events and entertainment company providing private venue hire, corporate and private team building activities, event services that include a photobooth and pop-up casinos, musical bingos and regular live entertainment

Air New Zealand operates a global network that provides passenger and cargo services to, from and within New Zealand to approximately 17 million passengers a year. Our vision is to create an organisation that is proudly representative of Aotearoa, a place where Air New Zealanders can be themselves and thrive.

Te Auaha brings together the arts and creative programmes of Whitireia and WelTec under one roof in our purpose-built campus in the heart of Wellington. Te Kāhui Auaha (the full name of our Cuba Street campus) is a world-class institute, delivering leading programmes in creativity and innovation, proud of our place in the Pacific, in our home of Aotearoa, New Zealand.