In the Community

Supporting Our Community

As a family business we’re all about being involved in the communities within which we live, work and play. McFall Fuel look to support community groups in a variety of ways.

In Our Community
Calf Club or Pet Day
Calf Club or Pet Day

Supporting staff and customers who live and work in the communities we deal with is a real positive. The Calf Club or Pet Days usually held over September through to November are really enjoyed because the youngsters go to a lot of effort for the day. It is often a community fundraiser as well.

Trust Power TECT Rescue Helicopter & Rapid Response Vehicle
Trust Power TECT Rescue Helicopter & Rapid Response Vehicle

McFall Fuel is proud to be recognized as a friend of the Trustpower TECT Rescue Helicopter and are the supplier of the Rapid Response vehicle for the team so that they can to get to emergencies quickly and safely. It is such an invaluable community service and just like so many other businesses should the situation arise, people in urgent need can be reached quickly and treated immediately which is important. The great majority of the McFall Fuel staff cover many kilometres each day to reach customers who are often working in quite remote locations. The service provides these communities and businesses that we work with and in, with that safety net when accidents occur and time is critical.

Life Education Trust Waipa King Country
Life Education Trust Waipa King Country

McFall Fuel have supported the Life Education Trust in this area for a number of years. We fuel the teacher’s vehicle and the mobile classroom each year to help with the costs of running such an effective educational programme.

Good Neighbour
Good Neighbour

McFall Fuel in partnership with the BP 2go Summit provide the fuel for the vehicles to collect, deliver and run the various activities that Good Neighbour provide within the community. 

The Good Neighbour Trust is working to make a positive difference within the Tauranga Community. Building better relationships through simple acts of kindness and generosity sees the Trust involved in food rescue, community gardens, mowing lawns, and getting firewood as part of their commitment to helping neighbours transform their communities.  

 

Events

McFall Fuel proudly support a number of conferences and long standing events.

Forest Industry Safety Summit / Harvest TECH (Safety & Productivity)
Forest Industry Safety Summit / Harvest TECH (Safety & Productivity)

Involvement with the Forest Industry Safety Summit Conference began in 2015. McFall Fuel are very keen to work with the forest managers, owners, crew bosses and crews to ensure that the desired health, safety, and environmental practices that are achieved are the best possible for the forestry industry. McFall Fuel’s non-negotiables for all involved in the delivery of fuel to forestry sites is recognised as a positive way of working together. Having delivered fuel and lubricants to customers on the many and varied customer sites for over the past fifteen years the experiences and learnings gained have been invaluable.

The Forest Industry Safety & Technology Conference aligns extremely well with the McFall Fuel Value – Zero Harm – No Accidents, No Harm to People, and No Harm to the Environment with is focus on best industry practice when it comes to Safety and Technology.

BOP Steamers
BOP Steamers

The BOP Steamers back of jersey sponsorship has been running about ten years. The number 8 jersey has been worn by many talented players over the years including the current All Black captain Sam Cane. McFall Fuel also enjoys the opportunity as part of the sponsorship to work with the Under 13 youngsters, both boys and girls, who want to enjoy learning more about the skills within the game. This regional support has grown with the growth of the business in the Bay of Plenty Region where the Head Office is today.

Kihikihi Speedway
Kihikihi Speedway

McFall Fuel are proud sponsors of the Kihikihi Speedway. It is always a great night out for the family with all of the thrills and spills associated with speedway racing. Our support is all a part of recognizing the local volunteers who put a great deal of time into making the track ideal to race on and the surrounds look great for the fans to take a picnic and enjoy the racing from their favourite spot trackside. The family afternoon evening out is enjoyed by people from all around the North Island.

Pioneer Conference
Pioneer Conference

The Pioneer Conference began in 1998 and McFall Fuel began its relationship in 2010 and have been a Gold Sponsor for the past three years. The Yates and McFall family have connections that go back to their early farming roots. This is another longstanding relationship with the family based company, Genetic Technologies. The Agricultural Contractors who attend get the benefit of maize industry updates and contractor business tools as well as learning from those they work with.

Supporting Our Staff & Our Customers

Like all good families McFall Fuel offer sponsorship opportunities for staff and their immediate families.

Rebecca Petch
Rebecca Petch

McFall Fuel are so proud to be a sponsor of Rebecca Petch in her quest  to become a World Champion. She is currently ranked World 7 on UCI points for elite women. These results have seen her selected to be apart of the High Performance Program as a Carded Athlete! The young athlete is now challenging Sarah Walker in races and is learning with each one. Like any young athlete taking a win from a champion is exciting and Rebecca is beginning to manage that. We look forward to seeing her reach the heights in the future.

Trent Amrein & Kacey and Clinton Cheetham
Trent Amrein & Kacey and Clinton Cheetham

Proudly sponsoring these young racers in Stock Cars and a Saloon car.

 

Luuka Jones
Luuka Jones

McFall Fuel began supporting Luuka Jones a year prior to the Olympics in 2016 by helping with her travel to training. The determination to be better for Rio saw four years of dedicated training to stay at the forefront in the K1W event and Luuka won silver at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 stunning not only her competitors but also many New Zealanders.  Having finished 14th in London, the gains from the 21st at the Beijing Olympics at the age of 19 did not fulfil Luuka’s dream but Rio saw the success she wanted. Currently, Luuka is preparing for the Olympic Games in Japan in 2020.