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100% of your donation goes to the area you choose to help...

Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust prides itself on donation-transparency and more importantly, keeping an extremely low-cost base which is covered by private donors so 100% of your donation income goes where it's intended: too positively impact lives. We are not funded by the NZ government.

All donations are safe and secure and adhere to the strictest guidelines of payment security requirements.

To donate, follow these simple steps...

1. Choose an amount

You can donate as much as or as little as you like, every little bit of helps.

Choose to donate either $20, $50, $75, $100, $250 or $500.

If you have another amount in mind key in the number in the box below that shows NZ$.

2. Where would you like your donation to go?

You have the ability to choose where you would like your donations to go using the drop-down box when making a donation. Choose to help where ever it is needed the most, research, screening, treatment therapies or rehabilitation for cancer survivors.

3. One time or monthly donation?

Click on the box that shows if this donation is a one-off payment or a monthly donation to help us continue our work throughout the year. You can log in to change your selection at any time throughout the year. Click Next to continue.

4. Information

Fill in your contact details so we can send you a receipt verifying the transaction. The content of the receipt complies with the requirements of the IRD and means you will be able to use it to receive a refund of 33.33% at the end of the financial year when sending in your tax return to the Inland Revenue Department.

5. Direct Credit

If you would like to send a donation direct to our bank account you can do so using the following information.

Account Name: Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust

Account Number: 01-1837-0126080-00

Please use your Name as reference. If you would like a receipt that complies with the requirements of the IRD to receive a 33.33% refund at the end of the financial year, please contact us to organise one.

I want to thank the Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust for the Rehab sessions to help me back on my feet. They've been such a great help and a real asset to have on my side.

Tegan Hollier

I’ve been back at work now for two months and just gone full time again. I don’t think I would be back working full time at this point if it wasn’t for the pinc and steel rehabilitation sessions paid for by Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust.

Myles O'Donnell

This is a long overdue email to say a heartfelt “Thank You” to Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust for funding four PINC sessions for me. After five sessions with a PINC physio, it has completely turned my life around.

Marjon Greenwood

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The latest articles from Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust

South Canterbury set to join free National Bowel Screening programme

South Canterbury set to join free National Bowel Screening programme

South Canterbury residents will be eligible for free bowel screening...
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Our supporting submission to fund KEYTRUDA for bowel cancer patients now with PHARMAC

Our supporting submission to fund KEYTRUDA for bowel cancer patients now with PHARMAC

Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust have submitted a supporting request to PHARMAC to fund KEYTRUDA for bowel cancer patients...
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Pack the Park and help the Southland Charity Hospital

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Charity Achievements

Key milestones reached by Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust

$1.1million

Dollars distributed in the last 12 months to fund research and provide equity of care and better patient outcomes

196

Bowel cancer survivors rehabilitated after gruelling treatment helping to reduce cancer re-occurrence

109+

Bowel screening kits provided to Kiwi’s who do not qualify for free public screening to detect bowel cancer early

7+

Years we've been making a difference for bowel cancer patients in New Zealand