Making public spaces better
At oOh! our vision is to shine a light on important community issues and organisations to help generate positive
change for our communities. We do this by creating deep connections and meaningful impact through our unmissable
network, online platforms and print capabilities, combined with our employees’ passion and expertise.
We partner with a range of not-for-profit organisations working across causes including cancer research
and support services, mental health, education, social welfare and children’s services.
oOh! Community partners become powerfully unmissable through our extensive network and reach, allowing them to
raise awareness, promote fundraising initiatives and drive donations. We are extremely proud of these partnerships and
the value we can bring to these charities – both on the Street and in Retail centres, as well as internally via staff engagement activities.
Our commitment to a sustainable future
At oOh! we have a critical focus on reducing our impact across our entire ecosystem. We are committed to finding new
ways to innovate in this space by constantly reviewing, adapting and adopting new practices that support our vision.
Read more about our sustainability practice here.
As a further addition to our ongoing commitment to the communities in which we operate, the oOh! Positive Impact Project has been been
designed to support sustainably and socially-focused businesses spread their messages to Kiwis on the Street and in Retail centres across NZ.
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oOh! Positive Impact Project
The oOh! Positive Impact Project has been been designed to support sustainably and socially-focused businesses spread their messages to Kiwis on the Street and in Retail centres across New Zealand.
Art in the Hood
Art in the Hood is an oOh! Community art project which encourages local schools to get creative, in collaboration with our community partner, Auckland Transport.
31 for Youthline Walk the Talk
Youthline are a long-standing oOh! Community partner. Every year for the month of May, Youthline encourage New Zealanders to get active for 31 minutes a day to support young people struggling with their mental health.