We rely on the support of our amazing corporate partners, trusts, foundations and major donors to make life better for New Zealanders with incurable breast cancer.

Contact us at [email protected] or call 0800 793 385 to find out what a partnership with Sweet Louise can bring to your organisation, whilst supporting people in your own community.


Sweet Louise has enjoyed the support of the Hugh Green Foundation for five years now and in 2019, they entered into a new three-year partnership as a cornerstone sponsor of Sweet Louise.

“At the Hugh Green Foundation, we are a big believer in building long-term resilient partnerships with the organisation's we fund. Rather than supporting many and multiple causes, the approach is about focusing our giving where it matters most to achieve greater results. The Foundation's values of Compassion, Community, Effectiveness and Teamwork align beautifully with those of Sweet Louise - Compassion, Credibility, Connection and Courage,”  says Hugh Green Foundation CEO Adrienne Thurston.


We are grateful for the support of the Lindsay Foundation as one of our wonderful funders that have helped support our voucher programme, which is so valued by our members.

“The Lindsay Foundation’s mission is to support Kiwi individuals and organisations who aspire to make a positive difference in New Zealand. This perfectly embodies the wonderful work of Sweet Louise, who provide such vital support to so many, as they navigate their way through such a turbulent time," says Andrew Higgott, Chief Executive of the Lindsay Foundation.

“We are proud to support the Sweet Louise team as they strive towards making a positive difference in the lives of women with incurable breast cancer and their families.”


For more than five years, Agpac have sold pink wrap to farmers around the country. Agpac general manager Chris Dawson says the pink bale initiative was an effort to do something for women in rural communities who are often the unsung heroes behind farming and contracting businesses.

The pink bales promotion gained a lot of support. Many of those who ordered the pink products have a wife, mother or sister who has had an experience with breast cancer," says Chris.


We are very grateful for generous funding, advice and support from Due Drop Foundation.


Our wonderful corporate partners and sponsors