Make a donation

There are a number of ways you can make a donation – have a look at the ways below and see which best suits you.

How can I give by phone?

Dial 0900 333 20 to donate $20 from your phone.

What is payroll giving?

Payroll giving is the process of making regular donations to Arthritis New Zealand through your employer’s payroll system. You decide how much you want to give and this amount is deducted from your before-tax salary or wages each payday.

What are the benefits of payroll giving?

  • simple and easy to set up – you don’t need to arrange an automatic payment.
  • flexible – you choose exactly how much you want to give.
  • tax credits – because your donation is made before tax, you get immediate tax credits on your PAYE. This means a $30 donation only costs you $20 and you don’t have to wait until the end of the year to claim your tax credit.

How do I join payroll giving?

Talk to your employer’s Payroll team and ask them to nominate Arthritis New Zealand as your charity of choice for payroll giving.

What details do I need to provide for payroll giving?

Organisation: Arthritis New Zealand

Postal address: PO Box 10020, The Terrace, Wellington 6143

Registered charity: #CC55546

Giving for good

The Good Registry encourages people to make gifts to good causes instead of buying birthday, wedding or Christmas presents. If you already have everything you need, it helps your friends and family give to a cause that matters to you. And it helps Arthritis New Zealand as the recipients of all that goodwill!

A popular new trend among corporates is to buy these gift cards for employees as gifts instead of giving presents.

You can buy a gift card for someone else, or create your own gift registry and invite friends and family to donate. Find out more at 

Donate through the EasyGiving App or website

EasyGiving is a new, easy way to donate. Whether you’re out and about, at work, or just relaxing at home, EasyGiving is here to help you support the causes you’re passionate about.

To visit the EasyGiving website, click here.

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