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87% of our income comes from donations from the community. We need funds to run out phone clinics; Arthritis Educator clinics and seminars; the information provided on this website; our advocacy programme and more.

Hi. I’m two. I have arthritis…” Lauree had only been walking for about three months when her parents began noticing her morning stiffness. “She wouldn’t stand up in her cot. She’d cry. We initially thought it could be a hip problem,” they recall. GP visits led to a specialist consultation at Hutt Hospital and at 19 months Lauree was diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA).


Age 2, Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

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Our Corporate Gerbera Club is a great way for businesses to show their support for Arthritis New Zealand, and help us raise vital funds for the 530,000 New Zealanders who live with arthritis. By donating $100, your business will be acknowledged as a community-focused organisation that recognises the serious impact of arthritis in New Zealand. To find out more, please contact us on 0800 663 463.

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The Arthritis New Zealand Entertainment Membership is here!

Buy now and start saving - with the Arthritis New Zealand Entertainment Membership.  The Entertainment™ Book, and the Entertainment™ Digital Membership, are your guide to the most popular restaurants, attractions, shopping, travel and more, all with valuable up to 50%...
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Congratulations to Kaz on reaching Cape Reinga!

One of the key messages from Arthritis New Zealand is the importance of exercise. However walking from Bluff to Cape Reinga is not suggested! But for second year nursing student, who doesn’t have arthritis, Kaz Noiri, that’s exactly what he’s done and we celebrate his...
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