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“New” Client Alert!

PomPom has previously worked with the amazing team at Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari, and we’re super excited to welcome them back on board!

Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari is a mainland ecological island in the North Island of New Zealand. Surrounded by one of the world’s longest pest-proof fences, the ancient forest offers a sanctuary for populations of many of New Zealand’s most endangered species, such as birds, skinks, geckos, frogs, bats, and insects.

This time around, we’ll assist them with a fundraising event that will raise vital funds to support the conservation of Kākāpō. The Kākāpō has returned to the mainland, and Sanctuary Mountain Maunagtautari need to ensure that they have the resources available to make their homecoming a great success! Kākāpō are one of Aotearoa’s most precious and iconic native bird species and until now have been housed on a few predator-free islands, so having them be reintroduced to the mainland is a major achievement in Kākāpō recovery!

Learn more about Sanctuary Mountain’s newest members here.

This event will include delicious canapes followed by a 3-course dinner, entertainment throughout the evening and an art auction to support the continued protection of Aoeteroa’s precious wildlife. PomPom will be the Event Managers and will support with their marketing throughout the lead-up to the event!

As a team, PomPom are super stoked to be working alongside a charity that works so hard to create a safe environment for New Zealand’s native birds. They also create a place where people learn about these amazing creatures and why protecting them is so important. PomPom works hard to deliver conscious events and ensure sustainability is brought into each and everything we do so working with Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari, who literally embodies this is really special. 

Keep an eye on our socials for information about the event in 2024 or check out their website here.

📸 Jake Osborne - DOC Kākāpō Recovery group

📸 Jake Osborne - DOC Kākāpō Recovery group


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