We would like to thank the many partners, companies, suppliers and supporters who all make a difference to help Cure Kids Fiji.
Cure Kids Fiji is incredibly thankful to have the support of so many generous partners across the country who help by holding fundraising events and campaigns, as well as participating in Cure Kids events and providing products to support our fundraising activities and reduce our operating costs throughout the year.
Thanks to these partners, companies and suppliers, we’re able to continue funding vital child health programs to improve, extend and save the lives of our kids. Without their support, our teams would not be able to continue the important work they do. To continue funding life-saving child health programs, we need help from more businesses.
If you’d like to learn more about partnering with us, and how we can help engage your team members and show your community that you’re supporting Fijian children, we’d love to hear from you.
AccorHotels are passionate Cure Kids supporters, raising funds through staff fundraising activities, guest contributions, support of Cure Kids events and the biennial AccorHotels Race to Survive Fiji. AccorHotels helped Cure Kids establish Cure Kids Fiji in 2006, and the funds they’ve raised have greatly impacted the Fijian community.
The Fiji Ministry of Health and Medical Services is tasked with the health care of an island nation that spans over 18,000km of maritime area. The Ministry of Health services the country through three main Divisional Hospitals, 18 sub-divisional hospitals, 80+ Healthcare centres and 99 Nursing stations. The Ministry of Health is funded by a combination of public and private funding.
In 2009 Cure Kids commenced their partnership with the Ministry of Health providing funding for a Rheumatic Heart Disease programme. This programme has included research, medical equipment, education, screening and care as well as a Patient Information System. The programme is a great model for how Public Private Partnerships may work for the good of the community.
The New Zealand Aid Programme’s Partnerships Fund provides support to the Fiji Rheumatic Heart Disease Control and Prevention Program, of which Cure Kids Fiji is a partner. The Partnerships Fund supports activities that develop and deliver locally owned responses to development challenges with a focus on the Pacific.
Launched in 2007, the FIJI Water Foundation is a charitable trust funded and supported by the owners, employees and corporate affiliates of FIJI Water.
The FIJI Water Foundation is one of the largest philanthropic organizations in Fiji and has focused its efforts and investments on three priority areas of development: (1) providing clean water access to rural communities; (2) building educational facilities and infrastructure that benefit children, teenagers and adults; and (3) providing access to healthcare services to underprivileged communities. Additionally, the Foundation offers disaster relief during floods and severe weather events that frequently impact the islands.
To date, the Foundation has funded projects touching hundreds of thousands of lives across the Fijian islands.
In 2018 Captain Cook Cruises became a key corporate partner of Cure Kids Fiji with the aim of tackling urgent child health challenges. Together we have achieved significant improvements for children, their families and communities throughout the country through RHD outreach programs, charity events and annual fundraising support. We are thankful for the continued support of the Captain Cook Cruises team and guests who help us make a difference to the lives of Fijian children.
VOMO Island Fiji supports Cure Kids Fiji fundraising through guest contributions, room night donations, accommodation prizes at Cure Kids Fiji fundraising events and their annual Mt VOMO Sunrise Challenge. VOMO also hosts the annual christmas event ‘Christmas @ VOMO’ for children and adolescences living with Rheumatic Heart Disease and their guardians. VOMO’s ongoing support has been key to extending the reach of our child health programs in Fiji
Armacup, New Zealand’s vehicle shipping pioneers, are a long-term supporter of Cure Kids Fiji generously donating USD$6 for every vehicle shipped to the Fiji Islands amongst many other activities in support of Cure Kids Fiji’s work in the child health space.
ANZ has been a supporter of Cure Kids Fiji since 2017 through the annual ANZ Fiji500 event which has raised approximately FJ$300,000 for the Fiji Oxygen Project to date, and in turn benefited thousands of Fijians and their families.
Ranadi Organics, one our most recent partners, joined our mission to improve child health in Fiji in 2020. Each year Ranadi Organics not only donates life-saving equipment, but also the funds required to support and train local staff to deliver care for their patients; benefiting the health of children, families, and communities around Fiji. By investing in the health of our children Ranadi Organics demonstrates their commitment to our communities, the land, and the people of Fiji, and vision for a thriving Fiji.