Our Sponsors

Creative Catering, Awapuni Function Centre: The Awapuni Function Centre is based at the Awapuni Racecourse.  Centrally located with ample free car parking and green space, the Awapuni Function Centre is purpose built to step up to any occasion. Whether you are organising a board meeting, management conference, training day or an event such as a dinner, product launch or a trade show we can accommodate it all. Set in park like surroundings and with spectacular views over to the Tararuas and the wind farm, the Awapuni Function Centre offers a unique venue for your next event.

http://www.creativecatering.co.nz/home.aspx

The Baby Factory Palmerston North : NZ’s leading Babywear and Nursery Furniture specialist serving NZ for over 25 years with 25 stores nationwide and an online shopping service to match. Proud to be a New Zealand owned family run business employing over 200 New Zealanders.
The Baby Factory will continue to deliver the best product range at best prices, and of course, outstanding customer service.

Located Ferguson Street
Palmerston North
Manawatu-Wanganui
4410

https://www.babyfactory.co.nz/

A passionately driven social impact volunteer organisation, dedicated to providing exemplary childbirth and parenting education – Helping parents to navigate modern life by being focused on issues of importance to all families.

Palmerston North Parents Centre has one of the most comprehensive parent education programmes offering between 15-20 postnatal seminars to parents in the Manawatū each year.

http://www.palmyparentscentre.org.nz

Love Grows Brains : The Wright Family Foundation created the Love Grows Brains campaign to inspire New Zealand families.
The early years of a child’s life are a crucial and unique opportunity in their development. As parents, whanau and caregivers, we have the power to make a difference. We can all set the stage for a child’s lifelong health and intellectual development during this time of enormous potential.

“It’s not about genes, or alphabets, or numbers or colours, it’s about love and interaction. The more love and interaction a baby experiences in the early years, the more developed their brain will be. So it’s love that grows brains.” Nathan Wallis

To find out more about the amazing work behind Love Grows Brains and The Wright Foundation you can visit https://www.wrightfamilyfoundation.org.nz/love-grows-brains.html

A big thank you to the businesses below for their contributions to the Palmy Parent & Child Expo by way of giveaways or showbag items