SUPPORTING NORTHLAND

GIVING BACk

Proud Northlanders, we love to get behind the region and support our local communities to thrive. Whether it’s sponsoring the sports arena in Whangarei that we built back in 2012 or helping our local kids get involved in sport and recreation, we’re there. Darrell is the local Chief of the Ruakaka Volunteer Fire Brigade, and both Darrell and Marlene regularly put their knees on the line to stair climb for charity. A champion campaigner for mental and physical health in the construction industry, Darrell travels the country talking to people about taking better care of themselves and their mates whenever he gets the opportunity. Giving back to the community is a big part of who we are.

TRIGG SPORTS ARENA

BUILDING COMMUNITY

Trigg was the main contractor of the sports arena and facilities at Kensington Park in Whangarei – now proudly known as the Trigg Sports Arena. Built by Team Trigg in 2012, our sponsorship helps with the facilities’ ongoing care and maintenance. We’re mad sports fans, so supporting the arena and local sport and recreation feels great. Knowing how important these facilities are to the people that use them and the future of Northland sport, we’re thrilled to put our name to this world-class community facility. 

In the news

OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

Wish4Fish

Trigg is a proud sponsor of Wish4Fish. This charity helps people with disabilities or mental unwellness to get out on the water and enjoy the freedom and pleasure of our ocean waters – the benefits we know very well, as mad keen boating and fishing folk ourselves.

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One Tree Point School Play With Pride

When Marlene got a call from One Tree Point Primary School about needing an away sports uniform, she jumped at the chance to help out. One Tree Point School is a Year 1-6 primary school with around 250 students, situated south of Whangārei on a beautiful site across from the Harbour.

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Fly The Flag 10 November

10 September is World Suicide Prevention Day. It’s an opportunity for people in New Zealand and worldwide to raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention. MATES in Construction has moved its annual Fly the Flag campaign to get behind suicide prevention from 10 September to 10 November due to the recent lockdown that continues to affect our mates in Auckland.

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