Autism New Zealand empowers people living with autism by providing support, information, education on autism spectrum disorders (ASD) for individuals, their family/whanau, caregivers, and professionals who engage with them.
Our programmes build self-confidence, a "can do" attitude, self-belief and positive approach to the challenges of life. Help us provide our tamariki and rangatahi with the tools they need to conquer life’s obstacles and succeed and make Aotearoa the best place in the world to be young.
I Am Hope is The Key To Life Charitable Trust, in-school, community, and workplace mental health program. Our aim is to forever change the way the people of Aoteoroa think, act, and feel about mental illness and mental well-being.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of New Zealand (MSNZ) is a non-profit organisation formed to advocate for systemic change, so people with MS in New Zealand have access to first world treatment, resources and services to improve their well-being and quality of life. The work of MSNZ aims to reduce the burden of MS on those diagnosed, their carers and families.
RainbowYOUTH is a charitable organisation that was established in 1989. We provide information, advocacy and support to queer, gender diverse and intersex youth, their friends whānau and wider communtiies.
The Pinc and Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation NZ
PINC & STEEL is dedicated to helping men, women, young people with any type of cancer. Our team of fully qualified cancer rehab physiotherapists, are here to support, guide and rehabilitate people through every stage of their treatment and recovery.
Victim Support is a community based voluntary organisation that provides practical and emotional support to people affected by crime, trauma and suicide. We work closely with New Zealand Police, emergency services and other community services to deliver our free service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.