Event Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register? [Information here]

When are the discount cut-off dates? [Information here]

Is there any financial assistance? Subsidies are available for men who cannot afford the full registration fee. Promise Keepers wants every man who desires to be at the Events to be able to attend, regardless of their financial circumstances. Applications are confidential and will be treated sensitively.

How much is the subsidy?
The financial assistance is for registration costs only. Promise Keepers prefers not to offer 100% subsidies as experience shows that it results in low levels of commitment and a devaluation of the Event experience. Applicants will be asked how much they can afford to contribute to the cost.

How do I apply?
Please either give us a call at the office on 0800 PROMISE (77 66 47), [email us] or go to the Registrations desk at the Event. The staff will be happy to help you. Registrations open from 3:00 pm on the Friday of the Event, if you are able to come early when the Registrations desk will be quieter.

How can I get more brochures/posters/promo DVDs? [Contact us] or fill in and send us the [Promo Tools Order Form]

When are the doors open?

Friday: Door sales from 3:00 pm. Program runs from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Saturday: Door sales from 8:15 am. Program runs from 9:00 am to 8:30 pm AKL (or 5.30 pm CHC & WLG)

Lunch Break: 12.30 - 1:30 pm

Dinner Break: 5.30 - 6:45 pm

Please Note: All times are approximate.

Do I need to wear my wristband? Yes, you will need to wear your wristband for the entire Event as it is required for entry. It is waterproof, so you can shower with it on (please!). Also please note - wristband is for one person only and may not be swapped/shared with another person during the Event.

Is there food available onsite? Groups are encouraged to eat together. Bring a picnic, BBQ, hangi etc. Drinks and some food can be purchased at the Event.

Are there any parking costs? Each Event has onsite or street parking.

Where will Transition be held? The Friday night Transition Event for young men will be held within walking distance, or transport will be provided. Note: This is a free Event.

Who organises accommodation? Promise Keepers does not organise accommodation. Think about utilising local churches, motels, friends and family.

What arrangements are there for special needs? Men can reserve areas at the Events that are wheelchair accessible. Please pre-arrange this before the Event if possible.

Are there resources available for purchase? Event theme T-shirts, Event MP3s, books, DVD kits and other Promise Keepers merchandise is available at each Event.

What should I bring? Bible, pen, a friend and an open heart.

If you have any further questions which aren't answered here, please either call us on 0800 PROMISE or [email us]