Collaboration is one of WWF core values. We know that one organisation alone can’t affect the change needed. The changes we want to see in the world can only come about through the efforts of many actors. 

WWF’s approach is to bring together individuals, communities, businesses, and governments to create solutions based on science and thought leadership.

Business Partners 

The private sector has a huge impact on our natural and social world, and businesses are highly influential on the global stage, so we need them on board to address the big environmental issues facing our planet.

Through strategic partnerships with companies, we can help them reduce their environmental impact; advocate together to move whole sectors towards better ways of doing business; raise money to support our conservation programmes; or reach new audiences to inspire them in the fight for our world.

Please note WWF only works with businesses that are committed to positive environmental action and we always follow a thorough due diligence process before entering any partnership.

Talk to us now. Together possible!  

Current Partners

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Since 2021 Airwick by Botanica and WWF-New Zealand have partnered to revitalise land surrounding a number of Aotearoa's urban streams and waterways in Porirua (2021), Auckland (2022) and Canterbury in 2023. Read more. WWF- New Zealand and Airwick by Botanica's partnership forms part of a global WWF Airwick partnership.

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Leading national law firm Buddle Findlay proudly supports WWF-New Zealand by providing legal perspectives and insights to help the work of WWF. The firm has been a supporter of WWF-New Zealand since its inception.


In partnership with Vector Lights, Auckland Council and Waka Kotahi NZTA, WWF-New Zealand are proud to light up the Auckland Harbour Bridge with an exciting and engaging light and audio story about sustainability and marine conservation as part of their permanent light show collection. 

Corporate Partnership Reports