Get involved

Join us on our mission to relieve people from the affects of poverty and hardship. There are so many ways to get involved.

Other ways to donate

Donate by phone

Call us between 9am – 5pm: (09) 360 3045

or set up phone banking with your bank and save the Foundation as one of your payees.

Donate via direct credit

Our account number:  BNZ 02-0100-0242648-000.

Please include your first and last names as a “Reference” and your supporter number as a “Particular”.If you are a first time donor or need a receipt, please call us (09) 360 3045 or email, and please include your postal address.

Donate via post

The Catholic Caring Foundation, Private Bag 47904, Auckland 1144.

Unfortunately, we are no longer able to accept cheques. You can still post a donation form through to the Foundation and we will post you a receipt. You can also make a donation over the phone (between 9.00am - 5.00pm).

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Giving your time to help others is a great way to give back to your community.

Sign up as a volunteer to receive updates for specific volunteering opportunities and general events, or contact us to find out more about ways you can help.

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Become a partner

Are you a local or national business that would like to get involved in helping those in poverty and hardship in your community?

Then contact us or give us call (09) 360 3012 and let's chat about how we can work together. Inspire your team to give back!

Hold a work-place challenge, choose us as your charity of the year, or fundraise for us!

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Leave a bequest

Bequests made to the Catholic Caring Foundation are a special way of making sure your faith and values live on.

If you would like to leave help, hope and care to future generations, please consider leaving a bequest (gift) in your Will.

Please contact our office at any-time by email or phone, and we'll send you information on how to leave an impactful gift to the Foundation in your Will (09) 360 3045 or

If you would like to leave help, hope and care to future generations, please consider leaving a bequest (gift) in your Will.

Gifts in celebration

Celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or weddings by gifting to the Caring Foundation.

Your special life event can have real impact by helping those in poverty and hardship.

Instead of gifts, ask your guests to donate to the Caring Foundation. Their gift will be the gift that keeps giving!

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Supercharge your donations with Supergenerous

The Catholic Caring Foundation has partnered with Supergenerous, making it easier for generous Kiwis to supercharge their donations.

This partner allows you as a donor to effortlessly claim 33% tax rebates on your donation and give you the option to gift this as part of your donation.

With $1B in donation rebates sitting unclaimed with Inland Revenue, there’s never been a better time to sign up with Supergenerous!

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Payroll giving

Every week generous donors to the Caring Foundation, help families and communities in need by making a donation through their pay.

Why do supporters like payroll giving?

It’s easy to manage throughout the year and you’ll know that your donation is supporting so many struggling families and communities.

Donations are deducted before you receive your pay and you’ll automatically receive a PAYE credit of 33% of the donation amount. Effectively by donating $50 you’ll only contribute $40. Some employers even match your donations through payroll giving, so check with them first to see if this is an option.

How do you become a payroll giver?

Just contact your Human Resources or Payroll department to see if you can give donations via payroll giving. If this isn’t an option in your workplace, you can still be a regular giver.

If you would like to find out more information about payroll giving please contact us or click here to check out more about payroll details.

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Gifts in memory

Memorial gifts are a special way to acknowledge a friend or a loved one who has passed away.

To make your memorial gift, please enter the amount of your gift, and in the comment section write the name of the person for whom you are making the memorial gift.

Your loved one will be remembered in the Foundation's prayers.

Funeral gift sample wording:

“The family request a memorial gift to Catholic Caring Foundation, Private Bag 47904, Auckland 1144,


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