OUR CHARITY PARTNERS
COMING TO A CHARITY NEAR YOU
Parenting Place is here to walk alongside you and your whānau from the moment your little one is born, until the time they raise tamariki of their own. Whether you have a new born, a teenager, a troupe of grand kids, or nieces and nephews, we have a range of programmes, courses, camps and resources, tailored for you and your whānau.
Breast Cancer Foundation NZ
Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (“BCFNZ”) has a vision of zero deaths from breast cancer. This is to be achieved through early detection, and more effective treatment and support. BCFNZ helps fund the latest technologies and equipment for our hospitals, ensuring Kiwis have access to new treatments as early as possible.
Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand
With a vision to cure and a mission to care, Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand are committed to improving the quality of life for patients and their families living with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and related blood conditions.
Returned Services Association
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Their mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations. The RSA was formed in New Zealand in 1916 by returning Anzacs during World War One to provide support and comfort for service men and women and their families.
Christian Camping New Zealand
Christian Camping New Zealand has a mission to provide high-quality and accessible experiential camping opportunities that positively impact the lives of those participating. With their 54 faith-based camps around New Zealand, they support kiwi kids to develop leadership, team-building and personal skills.
Life Education Trust
Life Education is a charity that educates and empowers children to make healthy choices so they can live full and healthy lives. Every year they teach over 250,000 children about their body, friendships, their identity, food and nutrition and helpful and harmful substances.
ADC offers micro loans to skilled, enterprising communities in Myanmar and Malawi which are generally considered to be higher risk lending targets and therefore struggle to access credit from traditional banks. These loans empower local entrepreneurs to start a small business, support themselves and their family and help build their community.
ADC’s partner microfinance institutions are proud to have a 98% loan repayment rate. This allows the support to be re-gifted to another local entrepreneur in need!
A Girl Called Hope
A Girl Called Hope is passionate about strengthening the resilience, self-esteem and wellbeing of women and their contribution to our communities. Through a holistic residential programme we provide support, care and life-development training for young New Zealand women who are facing mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, disordered eating, self-harm, suicidal thinking or unplanned pregnancy.
Our education initiatives are designed to engage communities in finding practical solutions to strengthen wellbeing in their settings. This includes seminars and workshops and the Shine & Strength courses designed to equip and empower individuals to identify their intrinsic worth, strength and purpose.
Hope believes in finding freedom and a future.
Variety helps give disadvantaged Kiwi kids the childhood they deserve. Every day more than 1 in 4 Kiwi kids go without the basics most of us take for granted. This has a profound impact on their health, education and self-esteem. Thanks to their generous supporters, Variety is changing this one child at a time.
With your help, when a child is going without essentials, we give them exactly what they need – like warm bedding, clothing, school uniforms and stationery.
Shine’s mission is to stop domestic abuse in New Zealand. Every day they help victims and their children get safe and stay safe. They also motivate those using abuse to change and assist professionals and organisations to intervene safely and effectively.
Brothers In Arms
Brothers in Arms exists to bring hope and life-changing relationship to marginalised young people through quality, long-term relationships. Their core belief is in the difference that Mentors can make in the lives of young people at risk. Their purpose is to grow positive relationships between Mentors and young people to help ensure the experience leads to positive life change.
Glen Innes School
Glen Innes School aims to include all, by being that caring environment in which students can quickly find their place; an innovative space where teachers and students are stretched in new learning; and a fun learning environment where students get to explore varied topics and experiences in ways that inspire wonderment and awe.
Transform Aotearoa’s focus is to provide programming and facilitate support, that is life giving and meets the unique needs of the community.
Carey Baptist College
Carey Baptist College is one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading providers of theological education. Our calling is to equip Christians to think, lead, and serve in ways that will advance God’s mission in this world.
We specialise in training people preparing for pastoral and mission leadership, but we provide a range of training pathways for anyone wanting to grow in their faith and participate more fully in God’s work of renewing this world.
Zeal’s mission is to positively impact every young New Zealander through creativity. This is achieved at their youth centres in Aotearoa through after school hangouts, events, creative programmes, workshops, online crisis intervention and more.