PARTNER WITH US
We have existing development partnerships with Oxfam NZ, Save the Children NZ, and Circuit (replacing Partners Relief and Development NZ) to support particular development projects in Asia and the Pacific.
But we also work closely with other organisations here in New Zealand, and are part of several international networks and alliances.
We are always open to exploring new partnerships. Just get in touch!
The Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute trains and inspires a new generation of Kiwi leaders by giving them the chance to be part of international decision-making – something crucial in our increasingly economically, politically, and socially connected world.
We are proud to be one of the Institute's partner youth organisations - and doubly proud of the Institute, because we incubated it as a P3 Foundation project from 2013-2014, before it became an independent charity in 2015.
Circuit International (previously called Partners Relief and Development NZ) is a development organisation that links people in New Zealand and Asia. Circuit allows New Zealand investors to support and connect with developing programmes and projects in Asia, and especially in Burmese communities.
P3 Foundation’s 2013 Live Below the Line campaign funds the Shan Sustainable Schools Programme in Burma.
The Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) is a students’ association that provides its members with representation, welfare, advocacy, recreation, fun events and media. It is independent from Otago University and is a New Zealand registered charity.
In 2016, we have partnered to run Pay Fair Trade Forward in Dunedin.
Oxfam New Zealand is a non-profit international development organisation dedicated to solving to poverty and injustice.
Our SEED Programme supports Oxfam’s work with the Tongan National Youth Congress, a youth-led volunteer network (just like us) that trains Tongan organic farmers, helps them produce virgin coconut oil, and combats climate change.
Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. Like P3 Foundation, Save the Children NZ focuses on the Asia-Pacific region. It partners with local communities to help them build healthier and more successful communities for their children.
P3 Foundation’s 2013 Live Below the Line campaign funds Save the Children’s Better Literacy for Academic Results project in Indonesia.
OUR NETWORKS AND COALITIONS
New Zealand CAN is the New Zealand node of the Climate Action Network (CAN). It's members believe Aotearoa can chart a just course to a zero carbon future. CAN is a worldwide network of over 950 non-governmental organizations in more than 110 countries, working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels.
We are a member of the Network.
Fast for the Climate is a global campaign born out of Naderev ‘Yeb’ Saño’s fast at the 2013 United Nations climate talks, COP19. Fast for the Climate is a unique partnership of civil society organisations, faith communities and youth movements. It calls both for climate action and, importantly for us, social justice and development, humanitarian and climate finance for the world's most vulnerable peoples.
We have been a partner in the campaign from day one. Young New Zealanders were there in Warsaw with the Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute when Yeb began his fast.
The GCCA is a diverse network of more than 450 nonprofit organizations in more than 70 countries with a shared goal — a world safe from runaway climate change. The GCCA harnesses the strengths of faith, development, science, environment, youth, labour, and other civil society organisations to mobilise citizens and galvanise public opinion in support of urgent climate action.
We joined GCCA in 2012.
action/2015 was a global movement for change that gathered more than 2,200 organisations around the globe, focusing global attention in the leadup to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Paris Climate Agreement. We joined in 2015, and hosted an action/2015 #LightTheWay event in Auckland. With 31 million campaign actions taken in 157 countries, action/2015 was a massive global movement to demand world leaders do their part to tackle the most pressing issues of our time.
We’ve come so far, but the job isn’t done yet. Now comes the time for world leaders to show ambition and turn the commitments made in 2015 into reality for millions of people around the world. So, P3 Foundation remains part of the movement born out of action/2015.
SDSN Youth is the global youth division of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). Through education and global cooperation, SDSN Youth provides a global platform to advocate for change and offer solutions for achieving the SDGs. We work alongside policymakers and receives assistance from field experts.
P3 Foundation joined SDSN Youth in 2016.