Eikon believes in providing an outlet for community groups to be seen and heard.
Below is a list of community groups that are important to us and that we would like you to visit, join, and support.
If you are a community group and would like to be listed here please complete the form at the bottom of the page and we will be in contact.
Rainbow Auckland – Is New Zealand’s largest LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex) membership organisation offering you a professional social network. Formally known as GABA, Rainbow Auckland brings its members a selection of networking and social events.
TheGAPnz – The GAP (The Gay Auckland Professional), formerly known as Naked Networking is a group of business professionals who get together to network, exchange ideas, socialise and listen to guest speakers from time to time. The GAP is open to anyone. There is no set agenda, but there often nibbles and a glass of something to quench your thirst. And of course there is always more scintillating conversation than you can possibly imagine, and you get to listen to some superb business leaders.
Rainbow Wellington – Rainbow Wellington is a group (previously operating under the name GAP) representing the interests of and organising social activities for lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and related queer groups in the Wellington region.
NZ Falcons Gay Rugby Football Club – Established in May 2013, the NZ Falcons follow in the footsteps of the Ponsonby Heroes and the Krazy Knights teams. NZ Falcons RFC is an inclusive club with the goal of enabling gay men to come together to participate and enjoy rugby in an open and supportive environment.
Out Line – Confidential and gay-affirming GLBT telephone support and face to face counselling. staffed by self-accepting GLBTTFIQQ people who have trained to help others over the phone in issues around sexual identity.
Contact: 0800 OUTLINE (6885463) Website: outline.org.nz
Rainbow Youth – An organisation based on providing support, information, advocacy for young queer and trans* people up to the ages of 28. Additionally, we have services to support the friends and whānau of queer and trans* youth, as well as their schools and others that work with them.
The New Zealand Aids Foundation (NZAF) – The NZAF is focused on preventing the transmission of HIV and providing support for people living with HIV.
If you are a community group and would like to be listed here please complete this form and we will be in contact soon.