Donations & Sponsorship Without you this collection could not be preserved for future generations... We rely on donations to support the museum and any contributions recieved are greatly appreciated. If you would like to make a donation to the Packard and Pioneer Museum please do so via direct debit. Our account details are as follows: The Anawhata Museum Charitable Trust38-9006-0783537-00 Reference as 'donation' The Anawhata Museum is the old name of the museum as that was where it was originally located. The name was later changed to the Packard and Pioneer Museum Please email email@example.com if you have made a donation so we can acknowledge your contribution Don't forget to support our wonderful sponsors This museum only has a chance for survival because you, the public, and the following local businesses and organisations have come in behind it. Taking an amazing hidden collection of this breadth, and successfully turning it into a destination and educational resource for the whole of Northland and New Zealand is no mean feat. A huge amount of voluntary labour and resources have enabled us to get where we are currently. We are so grateful for those businesses who simply put their hands up and said, "How can we help?" Some businesses have donated specific items, or labour. Others donate on a regular basis to our volunteer budget, allowing us to reimburse the petrol costs of our volunteers coming in every week to polish and repair and build, organise and clean to improve the presentation of the exhibits. Huge thanks to the Sponsors and Suppliers listed below, who in some way have helped the collection on its journey; Whangarei District Council Pub Charities Commission Oxford Sports Trust Community Organisation Grants Scheme (COGS) Foundation North Creative Northland New Zealand Community Trust Tony Gorden Panelbeaters Bunnings Warehouse Wynn Fraser Paints Repco Atlas Cranes Brian Craig Engineering Normans Buses Jonzone Signage Firewatch Online Designs Phil Durham Electrical The Office Café Jeff Oliver Print Auto North Ecosse Business Systems BBS Timber Volunteering Whangarei Coffee News We are also working closely with other museums, providing items for loans for exhbitions and special events, and working together to promote Whangarei and Northalnd as a top tourist destination.