Doing good, together
At Go Media we believe in the power of giving.
Good Impressions is an initiative that lets our customers play an active role in donating advertising value on our digital billboards to organisations that are achieving positive social outcomes across Aotearoa.
It doesn’t cost a cent to be involved – but it will make a world of difference to the people you help us support.
"Good Impressions has played a pivotal role in raising an astounding $3,312,916 for us on Gumboot Friday. The success of this initiative owes much to the unwavering support of Good Impressions, and for that, we are eternally grateful.”
Mike King, Founder of I AM HOPE
How does it work?
- When customers contract a campaign, Go Media will gift them no less than 5 Good Impressions, that’s 5 ad-views, for every dollar they spend.
- Customers elect to donate their Good Impressions to one, two or all three social outcome categories of Wellbeing (Piki te ora), Environment (Piki te taiao) and People (Piki te tangata).
- Go Media will then distribute the donated Good Impressions to the benefitting organisations in each category.
Customers will be presented a certificate annually, thanking them for their participation and confirming how many Good Impressions they donated over the year.
Go Media team-members played an active role in selecting the benefitting organisations, which include:
Piki te ora
Uplifting our wellbeing
are a Māori health agency that develops, delivers and champions kaupapa Māori approaches to kori (physical activity) and kai (nutrition). They specialise in healthy living and learning based on mātauranga Māori.
She Is Not Your Rehab
is an anti-violence movement addressing and dismantling cycles of intergenerational trauma, violence and abuse, promoting safe relationships and providing support for individuals and communities.
MATES in Construction
aim is to reduce the number of lives lost to suicide in the construction industry. They engage with workers through on-site training and provide those at risk with case management support.
educates women on the early and often subtle signs of gynaecological cancers, supports those who are diagnosed and empowers women to advocate for themselves if they aren’t being listened to.
I AM HOPE
believe we need to start talking about why people become so desperate that they feel they can’t go on. Mike King travels the country to talk with young people and their communities.
Piki te taiao
Uplifting our environment
is a movement aiming to restore one of Aotearoa's greatest assets: its rivers and waterways. Their team dedicates itself to helping our rivers and waterways return to their natural balance and beauty.
New Zealand Food Network
connects supply with demand, preventing good food from going to landfill and redirecting it to communities who need it most; bringing bulk scale, efficiency and equity to the food rescue and relief sector.
deliver and support large-scale clean-up events, educational programmes, and citizen science litter monitoring activities, enabling people to work together for a world without litter.
Forest & Bird
is New Zealand’s leading independent conservation organisation. For nearly a century they have worked to protect wildlife and wild places, on land and in the sea.
links the food industry with community groups that support people in need ensuring that quality surplus food reaches those who are struggling rather than being needlessly discarded.
Piki te tangata
Uplifting our people
works tirelessly to nourish and connect communities throughout Aotearoa by cooking and delivering free meals to whānau with babies or young children, who need support.
Te Hapori Matihiko
is a community for Māori working (or aspiring to work) in digital and tech roles throughout Aotearoa. They celebrate Māori in digital and tech through awards, advocacy, connection and empowerment.
Tim Bray Theatre Company
champion diversity and inclusivity, developing great outcomes for tamariki and rangatahi in Tāmaki Makaurau, through professional theatre productions, accessible performances, Youth Theatre Programmes and Gift a Seat™.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
is an early intervention and prevention mentoring programme matching volunteer mentors with young people between 6 and 12 years old who are facing adversity and want and need a positive role model in their life.
Disability Sport Auckland
organise and deliver sport, active recreation and play opportunities for people living with disabilities. No matter your age, level, interests or your ability, they will find something for you and your whānau.