How to say thanks for our support

We love hearing about the outcomes achieved as a result of our financial support. If you would like to acknowledge our help, you can do the following.


Fly our flag

People want to know where our funds go and who benefits from them, so it's important for us that we have a presence in the community. You're invited to borrow an NZCT sign and/or banner to display at an event run by your organisation. We have a variety of pull-up banners, Corflute signs, flags and small marquees (gazebos) that you can borrow for free. 

Follow the link below. Your user name will be NZCT1 and the password is displays. If it's the first time you've been to the signage website, you'll need to create a profile to manage your bookings. Below is a more detailed guide to using the signage booking website.

Guide to how to book NZCT signage using the Exhibit Group DMS website

Book an NZCT sign  Username = NZCT1  Password = displays


Display our logo

We make our logo available to all grant recipients. If you're thinking of putting our logo on uniforms, booklets, posters, marquees, websites and the like, read our brand guidelines and download one of our logos. If you need a different file type, just give us a call on 0800 44 69 28 and we'll help you out.

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Logo on white (jpeg)

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The NZCT logo is the absolute property of NZCT and is not to be used by anyone except grant recipients wishing to acknowledge NZCT funding support.

Share your stories, photos and videos  

We appreciate seeing photos and videos of the teams, events, competitions or equipment we've funded. If you have a great shot that you’d like to share or a story to tell, you can post it to our Facebook page or email it to us so we can share it.

We're always on the look out for special photos to use in our annual report and calendar for publicans, so send us any you think would be a contender. Those that have an NZCT logo or sign in them, like the one below, are the best.


Taylor and Robbie Shrimpton Gold Medal winners