Corporate gifts for staff and clients
More than ever before, customers are choosing to support businesses whose values and actions align with their own. The Good Registry is simple and the outcomes are tangible - for people and the planet.
We have two great options for your staff and client gifts:
1. Good Gift Cards
- Your staff and or clients redeem their Good Gift Cards to donate to one or more of our 65 charity partners. The value of any un-spent gift cards can go to charities you choose.
- To put in a corporate order, simply call or email us and we can talk through your options. Electronic gift cards are the greenest choice, but can organise printable gift cards too. If you'd like just one or two gift cards, get them through our website, and they'll be emailed to you.
2. Online charity polls
The Good Registry is perfect for Christmas gifts - our giving elves can get you sorted! Call or email us.
Corporate giver testimonials
I got 40 emails from staff, very emotional emails saying thank you and how wonderful it was and what a great representation it was of who we are as a brand to give individuals the opportunity to give to a charity that mattered to them. It made us all feel so good.— David Cunningham, (Past) CEO, The Co-operative Bank
It’s so good to be giving something where the money stays in the country and makes a real impact for New Zealand, and something that all people can resonate with, as opposed to trying to find a gift that fits all. — Erin Quigley, Engagement Specialist, Kiwibank
Countdown is committed to growing local communities as well as organisations that work across New Zealand to 'do good'. As such, it made perfect sense to use The Good Registry to offer the people we work with an opportunity to spread cheer last Christmas. — Kiri Hannifin, GM of Corporate Affairs, Quality, Safety and Sustainability, Countdown
You can see lots more testimonials on our Giving Wall.
To help cover our costs, we have a service fee of 10%. This is deducted after donations are made, not added to your transaction. It contributes to third party transaction charges and our IT, operations and marketing costs. We're not making a profit, and we'd welcome a future sponsor or benefactor to help cover these costs.