Big Angry Fish
Fujitsu General New Zealand Ltd is delighted to be a major sponsor of Big Angry Fish – to help bring that wonderful, sometimes zany and always professional team of fishermen to your TV screens.
Fujitsu General New Zealand actively supports the concept of ‘business serving the community’. As a growing and successful corporate citizen, we support a number of local and regional community projects, particularly those projects that help protect our Kiwi values of home, family and community.
We continue to extend a helping hand in such diverse areas as THE NEONATAL TRUST, HABITAT FOR HUMANITY as well as ASTHMA NEW ZEALAND for asthma education.
Asthma New Zealand
Asthma affects 1 in 5 children and 1 in 9 adults in New Zealand. In fact, along with the UK and Australia we have one of the highest rates of asthma sufferers in world.
Asthma New Zealand provides training, education and support for Asthma sufferers and their families, so that they might lead as normal lifestyle as possible.
In addition Asthma New Zealand provides emergency kits for schools, lobbying on behalf of Asthma sufferers and support for on going research into causes and how to avoid them.
Fujitsu General NZ assists wherever we can, both financial and in other ways.
The Neonatal Trust
The Neonatal trust is a wonderful organisation that provides support to families of premature or sick full term babies as they make their journey through Neonatal Intensive Care, the transition home, and onwards.
The Trust is committed to supporting these courageous families, the people who care for them, and Fujitsu is proud to be a partner and offer on-going support.
Habitat For Humanity
In addition to our support for a number of low-key community initiatives, Fujitsu General is an active major sponsor for Habitat for Humanity New Zealand - the wonderful organisation that builds homes for distressed Kiwi families.
Motor Bike Racing
We are delighted to be supporting Sloan Frost, a young Wellington motor bike rider who is fast making his name riding in the Red Baron Suzuki team. Good luck Sloan!