Partner with us

We love to work with like minded organisations to support each other's goals. If you're a social enterprise, an individual looking to help financially, or just have great ideas, please get in touch using the contact details or form at the bottom of the page.

Parent to Parent is a not-for-profit organisation that works to empower families who have a child with a disability by providing support, education and information. Our aim is to support parents to help their child to flourish and achieve to their full potential as well as creating an everyday life for their family.

Waikato Institute of Technology - One of New Zealand’s largest Institutes of Technology/Polytechnics (ITPs) and a leading provider of high quality, vocational and professional education in the Waikato region. We work with Community Living to help build a stronger community.

Lodge originally began managing properties in the 1970's, and work with Community Living to help with housing and residential needs. Its continued focus on excellence has driven it to become Hamilton's largest property management company.

Like Community Living, cbm New Zealand supports people with intellectual disabilities to reach their full potential. Unlike Community Living, cbm New Zealand operates in third world countries, working with the poorest of the poor; people who have the double disadvantage of living in poverty with a disability.

CQL accreditation involves a rigorous process to review and improve supports and services. This ensures Community Living are focused on helping people supported pursue what really matters in their lives, and achieve their dreams.

Fairview Motors has been taking care of the motoring needs of the Waikato since 1967. As the largest Ford and Mazda franchise dealership in the region we proudly offer for your inspection an extensive range of new Ford, new Mazda and used cars, high performance and light commercial vehicles. We are proud to partner with Community Living for their fleet vehicles.

The New Zealand Disability Support Network (NZDSN) is an incorporated society of members, represented by a Board of Governance.

NZDSN was formed in 2010 and is a network of not-for-profit organisations and some for-profit NGOs that provide support services to disabled people, mainly through contracts with government.

As an Australasian peak body in intellectual disability, ASID promotes research to inform and influence good practice and policy to achieve  a society where people with intellectual disability are afforded the same rights and opportunities as all citizens.