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Resene - helping you to colour your community

Resene assists a wide variety of New Zealand charities and events, such as Plunket, Children's Art House, Salvation Army, Ronald McDonald House, up and coming artists, and street art festivals plus many more through various sponsorships.

Mural Masterpieces competition

Planning to do a mural?
Click here to enter the Murals competition. Discounts available to NZ entrants.

If you'd like to apply for sponsorship, please complete a copy of the Resene Sponsorship Request Form and email or post it to us. Sponsorships are available to New Zealand charities and community groups only. Sorry, we do not supply financial donations (either direct funds or via charity related advertising). Requests from those within Resene franchisee or reseller areas should directly contact their local Resene franchisee or reseller.

Sponsorship Request Forms are available via:   › online form   › downloadable document   › your local Resene owned ColorShop

A taste of some of the varied projects that Resene is proud to have been part of are showcased below.

Prostate Foundation
Paint it blue

Prostate Foundation
Paint it green for World Environment Day
Paint it green

World Environment Day
Paint it red - Cure Kids Red Nose Day
Paint it red

Red Nose Day
Paint it purple - Epilepsy NZ
Paint it purple

Epilepsy NZ

Resene works with a wide range of community groups and interactive events to help brighten and improve communities all over the country, including many projects that embrace Māoritanga (Māori culture), artistry and colour for all to learn, celebrate and enjoy... find out more


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Colours shown on this website are a representation only. Please refer to the actual paint or product sample. Resene colour charts, testpots and samples are available for ordering online.   See measurements/conversions for more details on how electronic colour values are achieved.