Community

With a strong provincial presence throughout New Zealand, Four Square is committed to being a positive force in our local communities.

We are proud to get behind local activities and events.

If you have a sponsorship request please contact your local Four Square Owner/Operator. 

Four Square and Crimestoppers

We believe that our customers and our communities have a right to live without crime, the fear of crime, and the fear of reporting it. That's why we support Crimestoppers.

Crimestoppers offers a secure means of anonymously providing information on those responsible for committing crimes.

Callers do not need to give their name or any personal information and calls cannot be traced.

This means callers won't have to talk to the police or be a witness in court.

If you have information on a crime whether it has been committed recently or you think it may be committed soon, Four Square encourages you to speak up and call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Proudly Supporting St Johns

St Johns Sponsorship

St Johns Sponsorship

Four Square are proud to sponsor St Johns and the work they do in the community.

Did you know that at any one time, St Johns' Caring Caller volunteers are caring for over 1,000 people with a daily or regular phone call?

In October 2011, Four Square were thrilled to be able to present St. Johns with a donation of $345,000.

You can read more about this in our news article or visit the St Johns website.

VSA Project Friendship

VSA Project Friendship

VSA Project Friendship

VSA have been New Zealand's leading international volunteering agency for over 45 years.

In 1962, Sir Edmund Hillary became its founding president and since then more than 2000 kiwi volunteers have worked in developing countries in Asia, Africa and the Pacific working alongside committed local people to improve the quality of life for thousands of individuals and communities.

Four Square stores in the lower North Island have supported VSA since 2004 by selling friendship bracelets throughout the stores in this region.

To find out more check out www.vsa.org.nz.

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