Voting is now open for 4good’s March 2019 Charity

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Tauranga (BOP) Hearing Association #CC26713

A society where the hearing impaired are connected, empowered and respected.

Our purpose is to:

  • Promote education, advocacy and support for the hearing impaired community and their Whanau.
  • Meet the needs of the hearing impaired, either directly or indirectly, through education, disseminating information, the provision of goods and services or any other means considered appropriate, including, but not limited to, the making of grants or the provision of services for any purpose that will further the welfare of hearing impaired persons.
  • Promote to the public generally, awareness and understanding of the causes, prevention and consequences of hearing impairment.
  • Advocacy – To understand the issues faced by those with hearing issues and to be a voice to enable them to enjoy full participation in their community.

 

Leg-Up Trust #CC32010

The seeds of Leg-Up were sown when Ros Rowe set up a small horse trekking business in 1999 to help a suicidal young woman get back on her feet by giving her a job. The trekking business did well but the casual way in which clients rode the horses didn’t sit well with the operators, and inspired the term ‘hairy bicycle syndrome’. To address this concern half day Horse Sense sessions were offered in which participants learned about the nature of horses which transcended merely riding them and these became very successful.

When the young woman finally found her feet and was ready to face life again, Ros felt the aim of the trekking business had been fulfilled and therefore prepared to close the business. However, there was an outcry from groups of at-risk youth and mental health clients who had found the Horse Sense sessions beneficial, so Ros closed the business and set up the Leg-Up Trust to meet the expressed needs of these people.

The point of difference in Leg-Up’s approach which succeeds where all else has failed lies in the use of horses as teachers. Where human beings may be suspect in the view of abused and neglected children, the horses pose no such risk to damaged souls. They keep their own counsel, offer what is perceived as unconditional love and do not judge. The students learn the basics of a relationship which has to supersede the predator/prey barrier, and through this become aware of how their actions influence those around them

 

The German Shepherd Rescue Trust #CC27372

The German Shepherd Dog Rescue Trust (GSRT) is a New Zealand-based non-profit Charitable Trust, an entirely voluntary organisation dedicated to rescuing neglected, abandoned and unwanted German Shepherd Dogs (GSD) across New Zealand. The trust was founded by Denise Sharp in the memory of Yani, Denise’s first German Shepherd Dog, who died at the age of 2 1/2 years after battling various illnesses.

The Trust has 4 Trustees and a few volunteers residing in Palmerston North, Hastings, Wellington, Waikato, Whakatane, Warkworth and Auckland, who offer services such as checking potential homes for a dog, transporting the dogs to their approved homes, and helping the Trust’s founder, Denise, in organising the annual GSDRT Christmas Party and GSDRT calendar production and posting.

The Trust has been applauded for its service by the North & South magazine February 2007 edition, and its founder Denise was a runner-up for the Aucklander of the Year Award 2005. Telecom NZ also awarded Denise with their ‘Unsung Hero Award’, as did ‘Pets on the Net’ with their “Good Pet Person Award”. GSRT was  featured in the Collectors Edition of the PET Magazine March 2012 and most recently in The NZ Kennel Club Dog World Magazine September 2015.

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  1. Te Aranui Youth Trust #CC44207

Growing Strong Youths…
Building Better Communities

Te Aranui Youth Trust empowers young people in the Western Bay of Plenty to engage with their community and make self-aware and conscientious life choices.

Through the delivery of Te Aranui Youth Trust, Blue Light and Police Youth Development programmes,
Te Aranui Youth Trust provides a pathway to ensure local youths are positive, steadfast, well-adjusted members of the community.

Growing up is a trying time and youths are very much influenced by what is going on around them.
Te Aranui Youth Trust’s aim is to build courage and resilience in these young people so that they can resist negative influences and follow a positive path. In developing self-awareness and leadership potential, youths begin to thrive.

Without our assistance, local youths would be disadvantaged.

 

 

Anglican Family Care Centre #CC24152

Anglican Family Care is a social services agency that has served the people of Dunedin and Otago since 1970. Our main office is based in Dunedin, with other branches in Balclutha, Oamaru and Alexandra.

Our main focus is children, young people and their families, but we also provide services that support individuals in need.

Our services are for all people regardless of beliefs because we respect the values and beliefs of the Anglican Church, especially “To respond to human needs by loving service”.

Our Mission

Providing social services in Otago to children and families from diverse backgrounds to restore well being and enhance their social resiliency.

Our Vision

That the values of Anglican Family Care are embedded at every level of the organisation, so outcomes contribute significantly to a just, caring, respectful and healthy community.

 

 

Royal New Zealand Plunket Society Manawatu Wanganui Area Inc #CC26411

Plunket is a national not-for-profit organisation and New Zealand’s largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of tamariki and whānau.

We are committed to providing universal access to services for all children and families regardless of ethnicity or location through our Well Child Tamariki Ora service and the range of community services offered to families. This is at the heart of who we are and is essential to provide a positive environment for parents.

 

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  • Te Aranui Youth Trust #CC44207 (76%, 84 Votes)
  • Anglican Family Care Centre #CC24152 (23%, 25 Votes)
  • Royal New Zealand Plunket Society Manawatu Wanganui Area Inc #CC26411 (2%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 111

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Voting is now open for 4good’s January 2019 Charity

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Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group (NZ) #CC47054

Ailsa Pitcher started the website ‘IPF Support Group’ to provide a sympathetic environment for supporting people and their families/carers throughout the course of their disease.

The Asthma and Respiratory Foundation was asked to take over her work for her in early 2018, by providing this information on the ARFNZ’s website to build awareness about the condition.

About the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation
Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ is New Zealand’s not-for-profit sector authority on all respiratory conditions including asthma, bronchiectasis, childhood bronchiolitis, childhood pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, obstructive sleep apnoea and now Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF).

Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ is a registered charity and leading authority on asthma and other respiratory conditions. We advocate to government, fund research, educate on best practice, provide resources and raise awareness for 700,000 Kiwis living with a respiratory condition.

 

 

Tauranga Salvation Army (Facebook) #CC37312

We are no ordinary army. Since 1883, The Salvation Army has fought poverty and social and spiritual distress in New Zealand.

We’ve been there to help more than 120,000 families and individuals in need each year—with budgeting advice, food and clothing assistance, life skills programmes and other comfort and support. At The Salvation Army we are committed to our mission of caring for people, transforming lives and reforming society.

The Army’s work in over 130 countries is coordinated by our International Headquarters in London, which is the base for our international leader, General André Cox.

The Salvation Army has been transforming lives around the world since 1865. Find out more about our Salvation Army story

Full-time officers and employees, along with soldiers (church members) who volunteer their skills and expertise, provide our social and church-based services. The Army has over 3000 officers and employees in New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga and is recognised as a high value employer.

 

Ignite Sport Trust #CC20406

Ignite Sport is a youth development organisation offering a unique delivery style. Using sport and recreation to engage, Ignite Sport encourages young people to consider character, values, balance and heart.

Ignite Sport mentors 900+ young people annually on youth development or sports academy programmes, using recreational activities to reinforce important life skills.

We have a proud history and have many years’ experience in youth development work, academy-based camps and programmes for young athletes.

We work with Years 7-13 in over 10 schools in the Wellington/Kapiti region and with refugee youth on programmes that engage and empower young people to be more socially and personally responsible in all aspects of their lives, set goals and to reach their full potential.

For some programmes and other areas of our work we partner with organisations such as the New Zealand Red Cross, Hutt City Council, and Wellington City Council.

We also run several annual events including sports tournaments and inspirational workshops, partner with people who help out at a local sporting level, as well as being involved with activities at several community events throughout the yea

 

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in January 2019 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 31 January 2019).

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  • Ignite Sport Trust (62%, 184 Votes)
  • Tauranga Salvation Army (29%, 85 Votes)
  • Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group (NZ) (9%, 28 Votes)

Total Voters: 297

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Father and Child Trust #CC10885

Our Vision:
A happier, healthier and safer environment for our children/tamariki created by more balanced parenting and effective engaged fathers.

Father & Child Trust was founded in Christchurch in August 1997 by a group of dads who ‘found’ each other in Hagley Park, where their children played together. We soon realised that as ‘at-home’ and part time or solo dads, we had similar issues and wanted to support each other as parents.

By 1998, we moved into a community room and formed a trust, aiming to bring a dad perspective into existing family services and address the lack of information or support for NZ Dads. We covered issues like depression, role adjustment, partner and relationship issues, soon forming a partnership with the local Plunket PND/PNAP mothers support group.

 

 

Breast Cancer Support Northland Trust [Facebook] #CC31788

We are a local independent charitable trust formed by Breast Cancer survivors offering practical and emotional support to people diagnosed with Breast Cancer living in the Northland region.

We provide :

Specially trained visitors who have themselves recovered from Breast Cancer

An opportunity to speak with others who have been in a similar position

Information on activities and services available

 

 

The Manawatu Multiple Sclerosis Society T/A MS Central Districts #CC21737 

We receive approximately 15 percent of our operating costs from the Ministry of Health, the remaining 85 percent we must source ourselves.  We rely heavily on the goodwill of the public through donations of money and/or time, and on various Trusts and other organisations such as NZ Lotteries, COGS, Eastern and Central Community Trust, etc.  We also hold fundraising activities including an annual street appeal, raffles, and collections at other events.

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in December 2018 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 30 November 2018).

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Which of these 3 charities has your vote for the charity we support in November 2018?

  • Breast Cancer Support Northland Trust [Facebook] #CC31788 (54%, 64 Votes)
  • Father and Child Trust #CC10885 (28%, 33 Votes)
  • The Manawatu Multiple Sclerosis Society #CC21737 (18%, 21 Votes)

Total Voters: 118

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Voting is now open for 4good’s Octobers 2018 Charity

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The Manawatu Multiple Sclerosis Society T/A MS Central Districts #CC21737 

We receive approximately 15 percent of our operating costs from the Ministry of Health, the remaining 85 percent we must source ourselves.  We rely heavily on the goodwill of the public through donations of money and/or time, and on various Trusts and other organisations such as NZ Lotteries, COGS, Eastern and Central Community Trust, etc.  We also hold fundraising activities including an annual street appeal, raffles, and collections at other events.

 

 

StarJam Charitable Trust #CC10557

One in five New Zealanders is living with a disability. That means approximately 150,000 young people with disabilities are facing considerable barriers in their lives. StarJam believes this is something that can be changed. Through music and performance workshops, StarJam reaches many of these young New Zealanders and provides opportunities for them to explore their talents, gain new skills and build confidence to try new things. Over the years, StarJam’s impact on Jammers (our young people) and their families has been phenomenal – inspiring self-belief and a sense of belonging, often for the very first time, resulting in a new zest for life and hope for the future. For many, StarJam has been a life-transforming experience.

 

Kaibosh #CC38367

Kaibosh is based in Wellington and is New Zealand’s first food rescue organisation.

We link the food industry with community groups that support people in need ensuring that quality surplus food reaches those who are struggling rather than being needlessly discarded. This benefits both our community and our environment.

Working in Wellington and the Hutt Valley with the help of a dedicated team of more than 200 volunteers, Kaibosh rescues and sorts food 7 days a week. We deliver up to 25,000kg of quality surplus food each month to community groups that support people in need. This is the equivalent of 71,000 meals provided to those who need it most, as well as a 19,400kg reduction in carbon emissions.

 

So, who shall we give it to?

  • services or any other means considered appropriate, including, but not limited to, the making of grants or the provision of services for any purpose that will further the welfare of hearing impaired persons.
  • Promote to the public generally, awareness and understanding of the causes, prevention and consequences of hearing impairment.
  • Advocacy – To understand the issues faced by those with hearing issues and to be a voice to enable them to enjoy full participation in their community.

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in November 2018 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 31 October 2018).

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Which of these 3 charities has your vote for the charity we support in October 2018?

  • StarJam Charitable Trust #CC10557 (82%, 56 Votes)
  • Kaibosh #CC38367 (13%, 9 Votes)
  • The Manawatu Multiple Sclerosis Society T/A MS Central Districts #CC21737 (4%, 3 Votes)

Total Voters: 68

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Age Concern New Zealand Incorporated #CC10939

Age Concern is a charitable organisation dedicated solely to people over 65.
We promote dignity, wellbeing, equity and respect and provide expert information and support services in response to older people’s needs.

We are active and vocal on relevant issues and work to ensure older people stay connected with their family, friends and community.

 

Zeal Education Trust #CC29343

Who Is Zeal

Community Of The Year Finalist 2016

We are Zeal. We are a family of passionate, creative misfits who believe that every young kiwi is creative and who dedicate our lives to helping them discover, express and develop their unique creativity.

 

Dunedin Curtain Bank #CC49065

We collect unused or unwanted curtains, tidy them up and thermally line them. Dunedin Curtain Bank distributes curtains, through service agencies to those that need them. Community Services Card holders can also access curtains directly through the Curtain Bank Co-ordinator. Curtains play an important role in home insulation, by helping to prevent heat loss through windows, and creating healthier homes that are easier (and cheaper) to heat.

 

 

 

 

So, who shall we give it to?

  • services or any other means considered appropriate, including, but not limited to, the making of grants or the provision of services for any purpose that will further the welfare of hearing impaired persons.
  • Promote to the public generally, awareness and understanding of the causes, prevention and consequences of hearing impairment.
  • Advocacy – To understand the issues faced by those with hearing issues and to be a voice to enable them to enjoy full participation in their community.

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in September 2018 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 31 August 2018).

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  • Age Concern New Zealand Incorporated #CC10939 (84%, 378 Votes)
  • Dunedin Curtain Bank Board of Trustees #CC49065 (15%, 66 Votes)
  • Zeal Education Trust #CC29343 (2%, 8 Votes)

Total Voters: 452

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  1. Surf Life Saving Northern Region Inc #CC21256

Northern Region is the largest of the Surf Life Saving regions in New Zealand covering Auckland to the Far North, and as far south as Raglan.

Surf Life Saving is one of the best imports we’ve ever had from Australia. It was on its long sweeping beaches and in its crashing waves that lifesaving was born in 1906. The traditions that took root there first came to the shores of Lyall Bay and New Brighton in 1910. By the end of the year, four more clubs had sprung up and started patrolling.

 

2.  Littlemore Trust #CC53675

GIVING YOUR BABY’S CLOTHES A SECOND LIFE

It’s our vision to see communities where every newborn is set for life. That’s why we’re helping families share the joy of parenting. We’re doing this by helping Kiwis pass on their pre-loved baby clothes and other baby essentials to families with newborns in need in Auckland. This may seem such a small thing, but every little piece of baby clothing, bedding, carseats & more that you donate, really does make a huge difference. So if you’ve got some gear that you’re thinking of passing on, here’s a massive thanks in advance from the little ones you’ll be helping.

 

3. The Order of St John Northern Region Trust Board #CC35051

The Northern region of St John stretches as far south as Hauraki and Coromandel through Auckland, up to the stunning yet remote tip of Cape Reinga.

What we do

Regionally we have 5,600 paid and volunteer members delivering emergency ambulance services, first aid trainingevents first aidCaring CallerFriends of the Emergencyfree health shuttles and our St John Safe Kids programme.

 

 

So, who shall we give it to?

  • services or any other means considered appropriate, including, but not limited to, the making of grants or the provision of services for any purpose that will further the welfare of hearing impaired persons.
  • Promote to the public generally, awareness and understanding of the causes, prevention and consequences of hearing impairment.
  • Advocacy – To understand the issues faced by those with hearing issues and to be a voice to enable them to enjoy full participation in their community.

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in August 2018 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 31 July 2018).

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Which of these 3 charities has your vote for the charity we support in July 2018?

  • Littlemore Trust (57%, 634 Votes)
  • Surf Life Saving Northern Region Inc (39%, 429 Votes)
  • The Order of St John Northern Region Trust Board (4%, 43 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,106

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Voting is now open for 4good’s July 2018 Charity

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  1. Surf Life Saving Northern Region Inc #CC21256

Northern Region is the largest of the Surf Life Saving regions in New Zealand covering Auckland to the Far North, and as far south as Raglan.

Surf Life Saving is one of the best imports we’ve ever had from Australia. It was on its long sweeping beaches and in its crashing waves that lifesaving was born in 1906. The traditions that took root there first came to the shores of Lyall Bay and New Brighton in 1910. By the end of the year, four more clubs had sprung up and started patrolling.

 

2.  Littlemore Trust #CC53675

GIVING YOUR BABY’S CLOTHES A SECOND LIFE

It’s our vision to see communities where every newborn is set for life. That’s why we’re helping families share the joy of parenting. We’re doing this by helping Kiwis pass on their pre-loved baby clothes and other baby essentials to families with newborns in need in Auckland. This may seem such a small thing, but every little piece of baby clothing, bedding, carseats & more that you donate, really does make a huge difference. So if you’ve got some gear that you’re thinking of passing on, here’s a massive thanks in advance from the little ones you’ll be helping.

 

3. The Order of St John Northern Region Trust Board #CC35051

The Northern region of St John stretches as far south as Hauraki and Coromandel through Auckland, up to the stunning yet remote tip of Cape Reinga.

What we do

Regionally we have 5,600 paid and volunteer members delivering emergency ambulance services, first aid trainingevents first aidCaring CallerFriends of the Emergencyfree health shuttles and our St John Safe Kids programme.

 

 

So, who shall we give it to?

  • services or any other means considered appropriate, including, but not limited to, the making of grants or the provision of services for any purpose that will further the welfare of hearing impaired persons.
  • Promote to the public generally, awareness and understanding of the causes, prevention and consequences of hearing impairment.
  • Advocacy – To understand the issues faced by those with hearing issues and to be a voice to enable them to enjoy full participation in their community.

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in August 2018 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 31 July 2018).

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Which of these 3 charities has your vote for the charity we support in July 2018?

  • Littlemore Trust (57%, 634 Votes)
  • Surf Life Saving Northern Region Inc (39%, 429 Votes)
  • The Order of St John Northern Region Trust Board (4%, 43 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,106

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Voting is now open for 4good’s June 2018 Charity

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So, who shall we give it to?

  1. C.A.R.E. Waitakere Trust #CC26583

CARE Waitakere Trust started as a dream in the hearts of a group of individuals who longed to see a social service agency in Te Atatu Peninsula. A particular need was identified for a professional counselling service which could offer high quality counselling to anyone in need of support, whether or not they were able to afford to pay the full fee. It was soon evident that there was also a great need for budgeting advice and support in the local community.

 

2. Tauranga (BOP) Hearing Association #CC26713

A society where the hearing impaired are connected, empowered and respected.

Our purpose is to:

  • Promote education, advocacy and support for the hearing impaired community and their Whanau.
  • Meet the needs of the hearing impaired, either directly or indirectly, through education, disseminating information, the provision of goods and services or any other means considered appropriate, including, but not limited to, the making of grants or the provision of services for any purpose that will further the welfare of hearing impaired persons.
  • Promote to the public generally, awareness and understanding of the causes, prevention and consequences of hearing impairment.
  • Advocacy – To understand the issues faced by those with hearing issues and to be a voice to enable them to enjoy full participation in their community.

 

3. Napier Group Riding for Disabled Incorporated Association #CC38919

Napier Riding for Disabled’s mission is to: “provide interaction with Horses to develop increased ability, independence and self-esteem for children and adults with physical, intellectual, emotional and social challenges”

We operate four days a week, providing RDA sessions for clients from our community.

Riding and interaction with horses benefits adults and children with a wide range of special needs, including cerebral palsy, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis, visual or hearing impairments, autism spectrum disorders, developmental delay, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, or multiple disabilities and other physical, psychiatric, social and behavioural challenges and difficulties.

 

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in July 2018 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 30 June 2018).

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  • Napier Group Riding for Disabled Incorporated Association (78%, 78 Votes)
  • Tauranga (BOP) Hearing Association (13%, 13 Votes)
  • CARE Waitakere Trust (9%, 9 Votes)

Total Voters: 100

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Voting is now open for 4good’s May 2018 Charity

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So, who shall we give it to?

 

  1. Parents Centres New Zealand Inc #CC29159

At Parents Centres we believe that parenting is everything! We support parents through the early years, because great parents grow great children.

 

 

 

2. Toy Library Federation of New Zealand #CC44320

The Toy Library Federation of NZ is the national body to which individual toy libraries belong. We act as a support to new and existing not-for-profit toy libraries; offering information and support on all aspects of running a toy library, toy selection and the value of play.

 

 

3. Kidz Need Dadz #CC4851

​Supporting Dads supports the family and builds strong communities

Kidz Need Dadz was established to strengthen families by supporting and educating Dads, and the community on the importance of fathers being  involved in their children’s lives.

 

 

Choose one of these 3 charities to receive this money in June 2018 (Vote in the poll below before 5pm, 31 May 2018).

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Which of these 3 charities has your vote for the charity we support in May 2018?

  • Parents Centres New Zealand Inc (68%, 90 Votes)
  • Kidz Need Dadz (29%, 38 Votes)
  • Toy Library Federation of New Zealand (3%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 132

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