The Neonatal Trust is proud to have the support of The Nursery and Garden Industry Association of New Zealand (NGINZ) for our World Prematurity Day celebrations this November!

NGINZ (particularly using their great Go Gardening brand) are the industry face of The Nursery and Garden Industry Association of New Zealand and are the peak industry body for nurseries and garden centres, garden retailers and related trading enterprises. They have assisted in a number of ways, with the two key ones being the provision of incentive rewards for our school awareness campaign and raising awareness with space in their Summer Go Gardening magazine. We are incredibly grateful for this support. Details of their assistance follows:
 

***School Awareness Campaign***
To help with our awareness campaign in schools, we have been lucky to receive support from NGINZ. In addition to receiving the worksheets and lesson plans we have developed, the first 20 schools to register to undertake a fundraiser will receive 50 copies of Kids Go Gardening magazine (summer issue out 31 October) and a $50 Go Gardening voucher to use for their school.

Also, every school that undertakes a fundraiser on our behalf will go into a random draw to win one of three $500 Go Gardening vouchers.
 

GG Gift Card_0.jpg‘Go Gardening’ gift cards can be redeemed at any participating Go Gardening store nationwide. View the full list of stores.

Go Gardening gift cards have many benefits, including:

  • You can select a value from $25 to $1,000
  • They are delivered to any address in New Zealand
  • The scheme is owned, operated and backed by Nursery & Garden Industry New Zealand (NGINZ).

 

***Go Gardening Magazine***
Go Gardening is the NGINZ magazine which is distributed four times a year, coinciding with the beginning of each new season. The magazine provides tips and tricks to all levels of gardeners, from professionals to those who have just realised the beauty of gardening!
The Neonatal Trust is lucky to have been provided with a full page to use for raising awareness. Look for page 19 in the Summer issue of Go Gardening magazine out on 31st October!

For more information about the Go Gardening magazine, their great vouchers and all things gardening please visit www.gogardening.co.nz