$100 per month
Plant a seed
Plant a seed
With your support Dunedin Pride can flourish into a sustainable community organisation.
He Kākano, the seeds of Dunedin Pride 🌱
Seed partners of our organisation make an ongoing committment to the mahi we do. By donating $100 each month, every seed partner of Dunedin Pride puts resource into our kete, enabling us to do all the things we do for our local takatāpui and rainbow whānau.
If supporting us on a weekly basis works better for you, here's the facility to support us pro rata at $23 per week:
Our garden will grow
As more and more seeds are planted in our garden, our capabilities increase. Here is a road map of what we will be able to do.
Basic operating costs are covered. Our website, software systems and other bills get paid.
Pride Nights are funded, meaning our monthly community events have the security to become a long-standing institution.
Dunedin Pride's clubs are funded. You know about the Open Book Club. What about Exercise Club, Makeup Club and more.
We get a building! Dunedin Pride will have a physical base of operations, easing pressure on our committee members and giving us the chance to rocket into a new level of service for the community.
People get paid! We'll be able to have permanent, part-time staff. No longer will we be exclusively volunteer-run.
More staff. Having a paid team is really important for building a strong support system within our oganisation.
At this milestone we can have a physical base of operations in Dunedin city, with all our costs and services paid for, and a team of part time staff with at least one full time staff member. This milestone is huge. This is the point where we have the capacity for our staff to be paid to both run our services, and manage ongoing funding. We can build sustainable funding in other channels as our organisation and our service base continues to grow.
Become a seed of Dunedin Pride right here. Your committment to us immediately enables us to do more and more for the takatāpui and LGBTQIA+ communities of Ōtepoti, Dunedin.