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LPC is committed to engaging with, and supporting, the Harbour Basin and Rolleston communities in which it operates and the Christchurch, Canterbury area.

Sponsorships range from financial or in-kind support for activities that deliver ongoing benefits through to specific support for projects, events and initiatives.

LPC focuses on providing sponsorship for:

  • Community, child and youth development and environmental initiatives in Lyttelton Harbour Basin and the Rolleston Area
  • Organisations supporting Christchurch and Canterbury economic development and growth
  • Wider community beneficial initiatives in Christchurch.

There are two funding rounds a year and the deadlines to submit applications are:

  • 31 July
  • 31 January

To make an application please see our sponsorship application form and sponsorship policy.


Lyttelton Port Company is pleased to announce that it is now a sponsor of the Māia Health Foundation

Above: Maia Health Foundation Chief Executive Michael Flatman and LPC Chief Executive Peter Davie


Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust

Above: Volunteers plant trees at the last tree planting day

The Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust and LPC have agreed to work on a project cooperatively with other harbour users to ensure this valued local environment is well cared for. As well as complying with relevant environmental legislation, LPC works to proactively minimise the environmental impact of its business.

Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust

Quail Island Ecological Restoration Trust

Quail Island (2)

LPC has supported the Quail Island Ecological Restoration Trust since 1999 and is continuing its support in 2018. The Trust undertakes work to restore the island’s indigenous vegetation and fauna that would provide a safe refuge for local, rare or endangered species.

In addition to financial support, LPC provides in-kind assistance by donating the services of our Marine staff and one of LPC’s Pilot boats to transport plants to the island for the annual planting programme in August.

Quail Island Ecological and Restoration Trust

Champion Canterbury Business Awards

LPC has always had a strong presence at the business awards. From left are LPC Chief Executive Peter Davie with Scott Jennings of Foot Science International, David Boyd of Foot Science International and Ali Adams of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise.

Held in September each year, the Champion Canterbury Business Awards celebrate the excellence, innovation and success of businesses and charities in the Canterbury region.

LPC is at the heart of trade in Canterbury and our sponsorship reflects our support of the awards that encourage top performance in business. The Awards celebrate those that help connect the province to the rest of the world.

Champion Canterbury Business Award

Lyttelton Rugby Club

LPC teamed up with the Lyttelton Rugby Club to sponsor the junior team for its 2018 season and will continue the relationship into 2019.  This year, LPC assisted in covering some of the travel costs for an annual tournament between the Lyttelton Club and Titahi Bay, Wellington, which has been played for the last 53 years.

The Club’s reach extends from Lyttelton to its surrounding areas, including Diamond Harbour and Heathcote. LPC is a long time sponsor of the Club.

Lyttelton Rugby Club


Lyttelton Seafarers’ Centre


Ship crews use the Centre to stay in touch with their loved ones.

In 2015 the Lyttelton Seafarers’ Centre reopened on Norwich Quay in Lyttelton, providing a safe place for visiting seafarers to relax when in Port. The Centre provides free internet access so seafarers can contact home, and purchase foreign exchange, food and drink.

LPC’s sponsorship will be used to help cover the facility’s operational costs.

Lyttelton Seafarers’ Centre  

Lyttelton Netball Club

Lyttelton Netball (4)

LPC’s logo stands out on the Lyttelton Netball Club uniform.

LPC has been the major sponsor of the Lyttelton Netball Club since 2012. Funding is used to equip players with uniforms and sporting equipment required for the year ahead, including new team jackets, balls and player of the day certificates.

In past seasons, LPC has provided the club with tickets to at-home Mainland Tactix games and organised a training session with key players from the team.

Lyttelton Netball Club


Ronald McDonald House South Island

Mark Nicholls (CityDepot) and son making the apple crumble

Mark Nicholls (CityDepot) and son making the apple crumble

LPC has been a supporter of Ronald McDonald House South Island since 2008. Ronald McDonald House provides free accommodation for parents and the siblings of children being treated for serious illnesses at Christchurch Hospital.

One night each month, LPC funds the Family Dinner Programme in which staff volunteer their time to cook, clean and serve a two-course meal to local families staying at Ronald McDonald House.

Ronald McDonald House 

Lyttelton Stories Audio Tours Project

The Lyttelton Stories Audio Tours Project was granted sponsorship by LPC to fund a new initiative that will use a smartphone app to tell stories of Lyttelton residents in their own voices. The funding will enable the initial stages of the project to get underway, with content created in collaboration with Lyttelton Primary School, Lyttelton Museum and others in the community.



Rolleston Scout Group

LPC granted sponsorship to the Rolleston Scout Group to aid its participation in the 21st New Zealand Scout Jamboree, held in Blenheim from December 29 to January 7. Funds will be used to transport a shipping container full of equipment to the national scouting event.

Rolleston Scout Group

Weedons Primary School

Weedons Primary School received financial support from LPC in 2016. The school has 165 students and counts LPC as a neighbour, being very near LPC’s new inland port at Rolleston, MidlandPort.

The funds helped promote the annual Weedons Twilight Christmas Fair. The special occasion will celebrate the school’s 145th birthday, and welcome LPC to the area.

Weedons Primary School

The Peninsula Art Auction

Items being auctioned at this years event

Held every two years, The Peninsula Art auction is the primary fundraiser for the Lyttelton Primary School. Money raised from the fundraiser will be used over the two years following the auction to benefit the children of Lyttelton Primary School. The sponsorship that LPC provided helped to facilitate the running of the auction.

The Naval Point Club Lyttelton

Based in Magazine Bay, the Naval Point Club Lyttelton has over 750 members and provides opportunities for boats of all classes, including junior/youth dinghies, senior dinghies, windsurfers, trailer yachts, keelboats, powerboats, waka, jet-ski, swim and other open water sports.

LPC are delighted to provide the Naval Point Club Lyttelton with two new containers. The addition of these two containers will allow the club to not only store its rescue/coaching boat in a safe and secure location, but also provide additional storage services to members.

Parafed Canterbury

LPC assisted Parafed Canterbury to increase its monthly sports based programme for people with physical disabilities to a fortnightly programme.


Lyttelton Primary School

LPC helped fund the development of teaching materials to educate children about the Port.

Southern Ocean Sports (Subsidiary of Naval Point Club Lyttelton)

The establishment of a youth programme sailing course to encourage and educate young people about sailing and water safety was supported by LPC.

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