How to Donate

There are 4 ways to help make a difference

#1. Donate Securely Online

If you would like to make a secure online donation now, we have a safe and secure method for you to donate directly with the Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust.

Alternatively, if you would prefer to use another method to donate, you can email Georgina Mason (CEO) to discuss your request: georgina@bowelcancerfoundation.org.nz.

Click here to find out where these donations are going.

Securely Donate Now

#2. Givealittle

Givealittle is an online fundraising platform for New Zealanders and is an amazing fundraising tool to enable you to create your own fundraising page and link it directly to our charity.

You can create your own page and link it directly to us.

Click here to connect to our Givealittle page.


#3. Everydayhero

Everydayhero is one of the world’s fastest-growing peer to peer online fundraising platforms. All Everydayhero members can raise money in 3 different ways:

  1. Automatic inclusions in Major Community Events such as the Auckland Marathon or Ports of Auckland Round the Bays
  2. Supporter pages for year-round DIY fundraising
  3. Direct donations from your own, public charity profile

You can find us by linking directly to our Everydayhero page

Click here to view our Everydayhero page.

#4. Organise a Bequest

Leaving a "donation gift" in your Will is a simple and effective method to contribute to saving lives.

There are four simple steps to organising a Bequest for Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust.

Learn how to organise a Bequest

My investigations for my Dad didn't get very far before it was too late and sadly my Dad passed away last week. Despite this sad news I really do want to say thank you, because when I was running into dead-ends, you were a lifeline of hope!

Katrina Widauer

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

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