Balloons create Legacy Partnership


Having celebrated 20 years last year, the Balloons over Waikato Trust wants to ensure the event is here for another 20 years, but times are tough when the event is FREE, costs continue to rise, and the successful delivery of this event is reliant on sponsorship and grants.

Balloons over Waikato'As part of Balloons over Waikato’s long-term strategy, and to ensure the sustainability of this much loved event for generations to come, the Trust created a new family of supporters called Legacy Partners. These are families, businesses, individuals who have an affinity and passion for the Waikato region, love where they live and love this beautifully unique event. As the competition for sponsorship and funding grows more difficult every year, this package is tailored to those people who recognise the importance of Balloons over Waikato as iconic for our region and the joy it brings to thousands of Waikato residents and who want to see it thrive.

Balloons over Waikato is a ‘gift’ to our community. The Trust is committed to ensuring the event is around for the long-term future, but recognise the precarious balancing act in budgeting to deliver an event of this scale for free.

Balloons over WaikatoThe Legacy Partner Group will be a small group, who recognise the importance of an event such as Balloons over Waikato, and who would like to ensure the event remains an iconic, much loved Waikato Festival for many years to come. The founding partners of this group are The Glenice & John Gallagher Foundation, The Donny Charitable Trust and Fosters, and the Trust are hoping other like-minded business or individuals would like to learn more and be part of this special partnership.

What better way to ensure the sustainability of Balloons over Waikato for your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and be acknowledged as instrumental in bringing the ‘gift’ of Waikato’s favourite event to the wider community?

Please contact Michele Connell michele@classicevents.co.nz or at 021 608 883 to discuss further.


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