How You Can Help Us
One in five New Zealanders is touched by disability and you, or someone close to you, has first hand knowledge of the challenges faced when raising a child, or supporting a family member with a disability, health impairment or special need.
Since 1983, Parent to Parent has been supporting families, making a difference in their lives and helping them navigate the life long journey of disability. We are very fortunate to have the support and help of so many people who volunteer their time, experience and skills. This assistance is truly appreciated and provides critical help for our organisation.
However, to facilitate Support Parent connections, search out quality and up to date information, provide training, programmes, and an organisational infrastructure on an on-going basis, we need resources, services and skills, all of which cost money. This is why now, more than ever, support by way of donations is also vitally important to us so that we can continue to provide our services to families like yours.
There are a number of ways to help us help families and there has never been a better time to set up a regular direct donation or to donate using the payroll giving scheme. The ongoing support of your small gift each month is the most effective way to assist our valuable work. All donations are tax deductible, and there are no longer any restrictions on the amount you can claim back.
The Direct Donor Programme
And of course, we happily accept cheques or cash donations just let us know your contact details so we can send you a receipt for your tax return.
Rest assured that any support you can offer will go towards providing vital information, programmes and services to thousands of families throughout New Zealand.
Volunteering For Parent To Parent
A major focus this year is to raise our profile and get our name out into the public. During our awareness week we need volunteers to help 'shake the buckets' on the 9th August for our Street Appeal. Help us to help families who have a child with a disability, health impairment or special need.
If you can help for an hour or two in any of our regions, please contact us now.
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