Advertise in Fundraising New Zealand Magazine

Fundraising New Zealand magazine accepts a limited number of relevant advertisements.
We acknowledge that the style and placement of that advertising is important - so please consult the Rate Card and then message us with your desired advertising placement. This will form the basis of completing the advertising best suited to your needs.

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Fundraising New Zealand Magazine - Advertising Rate Card

Magazine Subscriber Non-Subscriber
Single advert Six or more adverts over 12 months (per advert) Single Advert Six or more adverts over 12 months (per advert)
Full Page
186mm wide x 260mm high
$580 $480 $680 $580
Half Page (horizontal)
186mm wide x 125mm high
$320 $290 $360 $330
Half Page (vertical)
90mm wide x260mm high
$320 $290 $360 $330
Third Page (horizontal)
186mm wide x 90mm high
$260 $240 $300 $280
Quarter Page
90mm wide x 125mm high
$250 $230 $280 $260
Banner (horizontal)
186mm wide x 60mm high
$210 $200 $240 $200

All prices are plus GST @ 15%
Artwork Specifications
Resolution to be 300 dpi minimum.
Press optimised pdf file.
4/full colour with 3mm bleed on all edges.

Targeted at all individuals and organisations that fundraise or are associated with third sector organisations and specifically the fundraising industry, including:


Small, medium and large welfare, sports, arts, environment, education, health, youth, rescue, hospice, aid organisations.
Fundraising & Development Managers, fundraising teams including those with specific responsibility for direct marketing (direct mail), telemarketing, sponsorship, events, bequests, major gifts.
Chief Executives, senior management team members and Governance (Board) members of not-for-profit/third sector organisations.
Businesses and corporates with established involvement in or contemplating involvement in, sponsorship and commercial partnerships with third sector (charity/not-for-profit) organisations.
Fundraising consultants and contractors who work with third sector organisations. Government Departments and Local Authorities (interaction via business development and/or community support) who interact with third sector organisations.
Trusts and Foundations (philanthropic and gaming machine) who work with the fundraising industry.