Our Founder Supporters
Les Mills Music Licensing Ltd licenses and creates music for Les Mills International. Les Mills International creates exercise to music programs which it sells throughout the world.
The Australasian Performing Right Association Limited (APRA) administers the performing and communication rights of 67,000+ composer, songwriter and music publisher members in Australia and New Zealand. The Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) collects and distributes mechanical royalties for the reproduction of their members’ musical works.
Recorded Music NZ is the industry representation and licensing organisation for recording artists and their labels. It divides its services into three main areas. The Member Services team delivers projects including the Vodafone NZ Music Awards and the weekly Official NZ Top40 Chart. Public performance and broadcast licensing is administered under the PPNZ Music Licensing brand and the Pro-Music team is dedicated to protecting copyright and corporate affairs.
Our work would not be possible without the generous support of the following organisations.
If you would like more information on becoming a corporate supporter of The New Zealand Music Foundation, please contact us here for details.
Quiet, Please, formerly known as Civic Events is a concert, event and tour promoter, based in Auckland. A bespoke promoter, it places a high value on quality over quantity and prides itself on only producing and promoting the very best entertainment experiences. Civic has produced a range of iconic national touring events “The Winery Tour” and “The Church Tour”, as well as with tours for artists ranging from Sol3 Mio and Beth Orton to Paul Kelly and Sara Bareilles, and large scale concerts at Villa Maria Winery and the Outer Fields at Western Springs Stadium.
Universal Music New Zealand Limited (UMNZ) discovers, develops, markets and distributes recorded music in New Zealand and represents artists and labels from New Zealand and all around the world.
The HPA leads and delivers innovative, high-quality and cost-effective programmes to inspire New Zealanders to live healthier lives.
JB Hi-Fi was established with one simple philosophy: to deliver a specialist range of Hi-Fi and recorded music at the lowest prices. The company began operations in New Zealand in 2007, is now New Zealand’s largest home and entertainment specialist and there are 14 stores throughout the country. They are proud to support MusicHelps in a number of ways including their industry-leading Helping Hands initiative.
Framingham Wines in Marlborough are inspired by those who step out of the mainstream, be it music legends, artists or winemakers. They support MusicHelps through a partnership involving their F-Series, Framingham and Nobody’s Hero range of quality wines, as well as through events at the winery itself.
Work From Home Desks makes simple, ergonomic, modular desks for homes using technology, materials and craftsmanship also used to make acclaimed road case systems and solutions for artists here and around the world. A donation from every desk sold is made towards the emergency support and counselling work of MusicHelps with kiwi music people.
Restless Soul Records is a vinyl subscription service that delivers amazing releases to you monthly and donates a percentage of your subscription to MusicHelps. Restless Soul simply loves great music and enjoys nothing more than than sharing their favourites with other like minded people!
Big Pop has been taking music and big brands to the world for many years and they’re ready to tackle your projects, big and small. Bigpop has all the things you’d expect: special people, top-flight studios, awards, equipment – right through to little chocolate bars and big glasses of wine.
The New Zealand Music Commission Te Reo Reka O Aotearoa is a government funded organisation that promotes music from New Zealand and supports the growth of New Zealand music businesses – both culturally and economically, at home and abroad.
Salt Design is a creative design agency based in Auckland. Their approach is simple; they work closely with clients, crafting beautiful work with character and integrity.
The Community Action on Youth and Drugs (CAYAD) team within the Community Empowerment Unit at Auckland Council provides invaluable support to help us reduce drug and alcohol related harm in the lives of young music people in Aotearoa.
The Commercial Communications Council is the industry association representing the interests of marketing communication agencies. It champions the contribution the creative thinking of its members makes to New Zealand business and society.
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