Sponsorship plays a valuable role in the support for the communities in which Total Life operates. For us, it is about supporting initiatives to help give our communities access to events and services that make a difference in their lives.
We provide a wide range of sponsorships to organisations ranging from golf clubs and sports teams to numerous local charity events throughout the Southern province, Christchurch, and Hamilton.
We look forward to continuing to support our community and sponsorship partners.
Our Sponsorship Partners
- Total Life Kids TRYathlon
- Surfing for Farmers
- Heart Kids Day Out - Kids Variety Show
- Brain Injured Children - The Going Bananas Show
- Chemo Crazies
- Cancer Society - Charity Ball & Daffodil Day
- Autism NZ
- Foster Kids
- Certus Club
- Lions Club
- Squash City Division 2 - Invercargill
- Golf Clubs
- Multiple Sclerosis Golf Tournament
- Little India Golf Tournament
- Green Acres
- Rugby Teams
- Selwyn Schools Combined First XV 2021
- Southland Boys U17
- Marist Rugby Football Club
- NZ U16 Touch
- Cricket Clubs
- Southland Boys' High School Cricket
- Bowling Clubs
- Balclutha Indoor Bowls
- South Otago Bowls Association
AMP Scholarship – 1998 to 2018
Our Total Life roots lie in the heart of Southland. From 1998 to 2018 we helped people to achieve their dreams via the AMP Regional Scholarship. The purpose was to inspire people within our region to take the steps towards achieving their dreams, helping to build a brighter tomorrow for the wider community.
Since 1998, AMP has contributed more than $2.4 million towards helping over 300 everyday kiwis realise their dreams.
Our team have been fortunate enough to help make these a reality for::
Corbin Strong “Ambassador”
Gold medal-winner at 2018 UCI Junior track cycling world Championships
“My dream is to build a personal location system that is affordable and made for New Zealand conditions. A system that is easy to use and can benefit not just trampers and hunters, but anyone using the outdoors”
“Using our brand "The Chemo Crazies" we would like to provide children and families going through cancer with a cartoon style book based on The Chemo Crazies antics and an entertainment pack to show them that "laughter is the best medicine" through tough times.”
“Fresh, healthy produce for food bank parcels”
“My dream is to represent New Zealand in track cycling at the 2009/2010 World Cup Series and ultimately gain selection into the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India”