Previous Rescue Helicopters

TRHT_TSBunderbelly4x6

1992

TRHT_HZO104x6

1999

TRHT_HPA4x6

2003

TRHT_109Koala_4x6

2007

TSB Bank

An icon in the Taranaki region, the TSB Bank has been a long-time supporter of the rescue helicopter. From funding support to staff attending our open days, they’ve been with us every step of the way!

http://www.tsbbank.co.nz/

TET

TET (Taranaki Electricity Trust) provides a very significant amount of funding each year towards operational requirements such as helicopter maintenance, mechanical and equipment upgrades and other critical operational components.

http://www.taranakielectricitytrust.co.nz/

TSB Community Trust

Each year the TSB Community Trust has supported the rescue helicopter service with operational funding, providing the Trust with funds towards keep the service in the air and available for everyone in the community.

https://www.tsbtrust.org.nz/

Methanex

Being socially responsible of the community it operates in is what drives Methanex to sponsor the rescue helicopter. With an injection of funding every year the partnership is mutually beneficial, promoting health, wellbeing and safety to both organisations.

https://www.methanex.com/

NZCT

Supporting the community with funding from their gaming venues is the role and purpose of NZCT.  TRHT is very appreciative of NZCT’s significant contributions towards operational expenses.

http://www.nzct.org.nz/

New Plymouth District Council

Supporting TRHT each year with an allocation of funding, the Council has been a long time supporter.  Funding has gone towards crew training which must be done in the environments with which they work – mountain, sea, winch, night, etc.

http://www.newplymouthnz.com/

NZME

Through their network of radio stations NZME help the Trust communicate with the public and their supporters. NZME are very supportive of our fundraising campaigns and open days and provide their services free of charge.

http://www.nzme.co.nz/

Hyundai Energy City

In 2015 the Trust received a fantastic new Hyundai i35 from Hyundai Energy City.  The vehicle means that the crew and administration staff can move about the city with ease – and if an emergency occurs that they can respond and be noticed.

http://www.energyhyundai.co.nz/

Wood Group

Wood Group Training

The good people of Wood Group Training provide our operational and volunteer crews with HUET (Helicopter Underwater Escape Training) as well as health and safety support services and training every year.

http://www.woodgrouptraining.com/

Taranaki Daily News

The Taranaki Daily News is our portal to communicate to our supporters, followers and community at large. Providing support by way of newspaper editorial, promotional advertising and an awesome digital sign outside their building!

http://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news

iStudios Logo inverse-2015

iStudios

The creative people at iStudios have designed and constructed this website! Providing production, hosting and support services for our digital promotional channels iStudios are enormously helpful!

http://istudios.co.nz/