How we help

How Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust is making a difference

The Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust was created back in 2013 with the sole purpose to make a difference by positively impacting the lives of those with bowel cancer. This section of the site is dedicated to explaining all the efforts being made by this charity to do just that.

For those of you amazing people and organisations who have donated, this section also explains what your generous donations are going towards.

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.


Have a look below at all the areas where impact is being made and if you too wish to donate, click here to find out you can contribute or contact Georgina Mason (CEO) directly at georgina@bowelcancerfoundation.org.nz.

Securely donating has never been easier!

If you like how we are helping those in need, and wish to contribute, securely donating has never been easier.

Simply select the amount you wish to donate, and follow the steps to complete a donation.

Our "donation payment system" complies with the highest security requirements set out by both the banks and credit card companies.

Thank you!

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

Latest Posts

The latest articles from Bowel Cancer Foundation Trust

KETRUDA doubles survival rates over chemo for some patients

KETRUDA doubles survival rates over chemo for some patients

Keytruda doubles the survival rates over chemo for patients with MSI-H / dMMR mutations for bowel cancer....
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What is the cost of a life in NZ? Patient story – Sally Rangimare Wast

What is the cost of a life in NZ? Patient story – Sally Rangimare Wast

Keytruda has given 65 year old Sally Rangimare Wast her life back. Just four cycles of Keytruda has shrunk her stage 4 bowel cancer tumours enabling h...
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Southland Charity Hospital plans revealed on Blairs 40th Birthday

Southland Charity Hospital plans revealed on Blairs 40th Birthday

Southland Charity Hospital revealed their concept plans as a tribute to what would have been Blair Vining's 40th birthday today.....
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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

195

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