NZ adland’s $3.6M+ impact on at-risk youth

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AUCKLAND, Thursday: UnLtd, the social impact organization for New Zealand’s media, marketing, and creative industry, shares the industry’s 2023 social impact, exceeding $3.6M through media donations, fundraising, events, and volunteering.

Highlights include funding Voices of Hope’s youth mental health program, providing for Kindness Collective’s Christmas initiative, and supporting Springboard’s leadership program for young people.

Brendan Muller, GM of UnLtd Aotearoa, expresses gratitude for the collective impact, acknowledging industry support through diverse events and skills for good campaigns.

Industry fundraising events, skilled volunteering, and the Media Book program with partners like Campari, dentsu Aotearoa, Uber, and Warner Bros. Discovery contribute to UnLtd’s success.

“The industry’s impact spans donations, grants, volunteering, and media inventory donations.”

John Halpin, CEO of GroupM New Zealand, commends UnLtd for simplifying charitable giving, emphasizing the industry’s role in creating opportunities for at-risk youth.

Helen Brown, Head of Media & Investment at PHD, praises UnLtd’s Media Book program, facilitating impactful campaigns that make a positive difference in New Zealand communities.

The industry’s impact spans donations, grants, volunteering, and media inventory donations. Genevieve Mora, Founder of Voices of Hope, expresses gratitude for the industry’s support in spreading mental health awareness.

Details of the industry’s social impact through UnLtd are available in the 2023 Industry Impact Report. Organizations interested in getting involved can contact Brendan at

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