Can't decide? We got you. By donating to the Poverty fund, we will donate across the charities working on this area of impact.
We help survivors of family violence rebuild their lives with dignity by turning their empty houses into homes after they flee violence.
Removing the barriers to make Sport available to disadvantaged children in Canterbury.
We contribute to building a just and caring society where all people lead the lives they choose and value.
To teach English & coding to gifted youth who lack opportunity, enabling them to have life-changing careers at Onja's self-sustaining impact sourcing enterprise.
We help children and youth to thrive.
Free Slaves is a grassroots organization that seeks to bring freedom to families trapped in bonded-labour slavery and to empower them to begin a new life in community.
We aim to be part of solving three huge problems we have in NZ: food waste, food poverty, and social isolation.
A worldwide partnership of Christian organisations fulfilling the commission of Jesus Christ, supporting each other to see transformed lives, families and communities.
We fight for a just, inclusive and sustainable world for everyone, now and for future generations.
Mercy Ships, a faith-base not-for-profit NGO, operates a 16,000 tonne hospital ship which provides free medical surgeries for the poorest nations of the earth.
To connect and lead an alliance of partners to transform the health of communities.
Now, more than ever, children in Aotearoa need your help.
KiwiHarvest collects excess food from supermarkets, growers, farmers markets, etc. and distributes it to community organisations feeding the food-insecure and disadvantaged members of our community.
KidsCan provides the essentials to Kiwi kids affected by poverty so they can participate in learning and have an opportunity for a better future.
By 2030, our goal is to change the future for 36,000 children in Africa who, through no fault of their own, are living in poverty
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