The Blind Foundation enables the thousands of New Zealanders who are blind or have low vision to experience a life without limits.
It provides practical support for living independently, guidance and advice on staying in or looking for work, as well as ongoing help and training to use technology aids.
The Blind Foundation’s vital work helping people with sight loss is only possible thanks to the generous support of the public.
Child Cancer Foundation provides strength and comfort to families, parents and children impacted by child cancer. Each week more than three kiwi kids are diagnosed with cancer. Child Cancer Foundation provides tailored, practical, one to one support to children with cancer and their families as they navigate their difficult and unwanted journey through child cancer.
Cystic Fibrosis NZ is the only charity in New Zealand supporting and improving the quality of
life for people with cystic fibrosis (CF) and their families. Established in 1968 as a volunteer
support group for parents with a newly diagnosed child, we dedicate ourselves to shaping a
brighter future for everyone with CF.
Icon Trampoline is New Zealand's longest established Trampoline Club. We are a non for profit organisation who exists to foster the sport. We are home to a large proportion of New Zealand's National squad members and the New Zealand Trampoline Olympian. We offer skill based classes for all ages and abilities drawing members, drawing members from central, east and south Auckland.
Lifeline Aotearoa provides free support to people in distress, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our calls are answered by qualified counsellors and trained volunteers from call centres in Auckland and Christchurch. We believe that talking saves lives and everyone should have someone they can turn to.
Our helplines are not government funded so we rely on fundraising to be able to respond to more than 10,000 calls every month.
Opened in 1964 MOTAT is New Zealand's largest transport and technology museum, offering a fun and exciting learning experience for visitors of all ages. The core vision is to “use New Zealand’s heritage, kiwi ingenuity, transport, technology and associated stories in a creative and interactive way to educate and inspire the innovators of tomorrow.”
Spread across 40 acres, visitors to MOTAT explore and discover the achievements that have helped shape New Zealand, from the 1800s to today.
Building Strength Through Diversity:
The principal objective of the Trust is to actively fundraise and attract sponsorships, donations and bequests in order to maintain a fund available to build strength through diversity within the LGBTQI+ community in New Zealand.
The South Island kōkako is an ancient bird once widespread in southern New Zealand forests.
It was listed as extinct until 2013 when its status was reclassified as 'data deficient' by the Department of Conservation. The re-classification provides renewed hope and energy.
The search is urgent. If South Island kōkako still exist there will be very few left and they need to be found and protected.
South Pacific Animal Welfare (SPAW) was founded in 2010 to provide veterinary care and desexing programmes to animals living on islands in the South Pacific. New Zealand run and managed, the organisation is often the only life-line of hope for animals who are injured, abused or sick. SPAW recruits veterinarians and veterinary nurses from New Zealand, Australia and around the world to deliver free veterinary services to the islands of Tongatapu, Vava’u, Niue, Fiji, Samoa and Rarotonga.
The West Coast Penguin Trust aims to conserve the blue penguins, Fiordland crested penguins, other threatened seabirds and their habitat on the West Coast. The Trust conducts research and implements practical projects relating to penguins in particular, as well as to other birds subject to similar threats.