PRIDE PLEDGE SUPPORTERS

2018 Organisational Supporters and Partners

Thank you to all the organsiations and individuals who have made their support of the inclusive Pride Pledge values visible in our community. Without your proud support we would not be able to work towards increasing visibility, running "rainbow" workshops to help make our workplaces safer and raising awareness of LGBTTQI+ issues and needs.

A very big thank you to you all for your support.

Foundation Partner

Ray White Queenstown

The Ray White culture is based on family values. We are a fourth generation family-owned business and one of our core values is to treat all "as you would treat your family" - with respect; dignity; trust; understanding and inclusion and we all have accountability for our personal behavior in this regard. We see our relationship with the Queenstown Pride Pledge as a natural extension of these family values - and we are excited to be a part of it.

It is my great honour to be patron of the Pride Pledge. I am immensely proud of our district’s commitment to championing tolerance, inclusion and diversity. This initiative encourages and rewards work environments which provide all LGBTTQ+ people with a safe and healthy workplace where they are free to be themselves. As I have been, you will be thrilled to see that so many of our local businesses have wholehearted embraced the pledge and proudly display their commitment to it. Our family too, through our work and community engagement stand side by side with our local businesses in recognizing that diversity builds strong communities and vibrant societies and we think that should be celebrated! Congratulations to all involved in making the Pride Pledge a success. You are a contributing to the bold character that helps make this district, in my view, the very best place in the world.

Enabling Partners

Gold Supporters

Silver Supporters

General Pride Pledge Supporters

Individual Supporters

Kamron Hart
Luke Ashall
Anya Henarath
Jen Houltham
Jason Medina
Steve Van Kampen
Mike Hughes
Martin King