Thank You, Sponsors!
Without our generous sponsors, listed below, this event wouldn't be possible.
If you are interested in sponsoring Commonwealths 2022 please contact us!
The Lion Foundation is one of New Zealand’s oldest Charitable Trusts. Since 1985 they have returned over $1 billion back to the community, supporting thousands of good causes around New Zealand - like Commonwealths 2022.
Pub Charity Limited distributes grants to worthy community organisations all over New Zealand through the funds raised in gaming machines hosted in our member hotels and taverns. We are greatful to have their support.
Established in 1988 New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) is one of New Zealand's largest gaming trusts. They are the largest funder of amateur sports participation in New Zealand. Thanks for supporting powerlifting in New Zealand, NZCT.
Sports Toto Malaysia (STM) is Malaysia's largest operator of 4-digits based gambling games. STM continues to support and nurture sporting excellence through huge annual contributions to the National Sports Council, and active participation in numerous community sports initiatives. We are pleased to have them on board.
We are pleased to also be supported by RaiseLower - the exclusive supplier of SBD, and other quality powerlifting gear, in New Zealand. Check out their stall for some new kit at comp!
Thanks to New Zealand's top adventure store, Torpedo7, for their generous donation and for providing flooring mats for competition. Check them out for all your outdoor and equipment needs!
Midland Cardio-Vascular Services Ltd (MCVS) is a Medical diagnostic imaging centre located within Braemar Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand. They have been operating for over 16 years for the wider Waikato area and extending to the whole of NZ. We appreciate our local health care heroes, and we are grateful for the support they can provide us.
Established in 2009, ManCave® is New Zealand's original and premier male grooming web store, with a great collection of top quality shaving, styling and personal care brands from around the world. Check them out to look good both on and off the platform.
Last, but not least, thank you to New Zealand Powerlifting Federation, the governing body for the running and development of powerlifting in New Zealand, and all the volunteers who have made the event possible.