Ways to donate

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Every single dollar you donate makes a difference to people in greatest need and every donation – small or large – counts.

How to donate

One-off donation

Credit card:

Donate online:

Bank Transfer:

Account name: Auckland City Mission

Account number: 12-3011-0520064-00

Please contact the fundraising team to get your donor ID and use the following reference details on your deposit:

Particulars: Your surname

Code: Your donor ID

Reference: Donation

Contact us

140 Hobson Street, Auckland Central

09 303 9209

[email protected]

Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 2.30pm

Regular donations

Regular donations are the lifeblood of our fundraising. By making a regular donation you are helping us plan for the future and making sure that we can provide essential support for people in desperate need, all year round.

You can donate regularly by:

Bank Transfer:

Account name: Auckland City Mission

Account number: 12-3011-0520064-00

Please contact the fundraising team to get your donor ID and use the following reference details on your deposit:

Particulars: Your surname

Code: Your donor ID

Reference: RG Donation

Credit card:

You can set up regular payments online.

Direct debit:

You can set up regular direct debit by downloading our direct debit authorisation form here.

Simply complete and sign the form then send it back to us at:
[email protected]

or Auckland City Mission, Freepost 1129, PO Box 5352, Victoria St West, Auckland 1142

Payroll giving:

Ask your employer if they’re part of the lRD’s Payroll Giving scheme and they’ll make regular donations direct from your pay, as well as applying any tax credits.

Donation enquiries

09 303 9209

[email protected]

Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 2.30pm

Leave a legacy

Since our doors opened more than 100 years ago, Auckland City Mission – Te Tāpui Atawhai has responded to the social needs of the city with care and compassion. A bequest gift from you will help us continue providing support to those in greatest need in the years to come.   You’ll help ensure we can offer access to permanent and sustained housing, enough nutritious food to eat, and good quality, low-cost heathcare while advocating for a more equitable society for all.

Our vision is a Tāmaki Makaurau where everyone can thrive.  By leaving a bequest to the Mission, your legacy will live on this vision.

The decision

The decision to leave a bequest to the Mission is significant. It is very important that you speak to your loved ones and seek appropriate, objective advice.   The Mission encourages you to look after your family and friends first when finalisng your Will and is grateful for any gift you wish to leave after that. Once you have decided to proceed with completing a Will, you should see a solicitor to manage the paperwork on your behalf.

Types of gift

The three main types of gifts you can bequest to Auckland City Mission – Te Tāpui Atawhai are:

  • Percentage gift: This is a percentage of your estate and will ensure inflation doesn’t erode the value of your gift over time.
  • Residual gift: This is the remainder of your estate, or a percentange of, after loved ones are looked after and expenses deducted.
  • Pecuniary gift: This is a specific monetary amount such as $10,000.

Which type of bequest you choose to go with will very much depend on your personal circumstances and what suits you best.

 

Wording your gift

The wording of your Will is also very important. A solicitor can help you with this but an example of the wording required is:

“I give and bequeath to Auckland City Mission CC22938, the sum of $XXX (or) XXX% of my estate (or) the residue of my estate free of all charges to be used where most needed. The official receipt of Auckland City Mission will be sufficient acknowledgement of having received this gift.”

 

Our supporters

Sandra bequested  25% of her estate to Auckland City Mission –  Te Tāpui Atawhai. Her former partner and best friend of 33 years, Erica,  spoke fondly of Sandra:

“Sandra was proud to be a nurse for 35 years, her last job being triage nurse at North Shore hospital A&E. She loved people and medicine, loved that fact that she could help people get well. She was a serious lover of animals, dogs, cats, bugs, birds, fish, anything, and she loved being with nature, just sitting and appreciating it. There are 5 tuis in Herne Bay that will be missing her terribly. She left the bequest to Auckland City Mission because of the great work you do indiscriminately for all those that come to you, and because of your support for & inclusion of the rainbow community. Good on you!”

The difference you will make Community stories

 

It is deeply humbling that you are considering a gift to Auckland City Mission-  – Te Tāpui Atawhai in your Will. Your support truly makes a difference to Aucklanders in greatest need.

 

Further information

For any questions or further information, or to confirm that you have left a gift in your Will for the Mission, please contact Mike Roke, Major Donor Specialist

Email [email protected] or phone 021 1594826

Learn more

021 159 4826

[email protected]

Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm

Food & Goods Donations

One in five Auckland families is currently struggling to put food on the table.

In 22-23, we distributed more than 50,000 food parcels and provided food and general supplies to 50 local food banks and community organisations.

We welcome donations of non-perishable food and hygiene products, clothing and household goods.

Here is what we need and how you can help.

Corporate partnerships

We’re grateful for the amazing support from companies who work with us. If you’d like to join in and become an Auckland City Mission Corporate Partner, call Vanessa Baxter on 027 700 4496 or email [email protected]

Contact us

027 700 4496

[email protected]

Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm

Got a fundraising idea?

Whether you plan to run a marathon or an event, host a gala dinner, or raise money for us  we can help turn your idea into a fundraising success. Here’s how we can help you.

 

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