Celebrate to raise funds for disadvantaged Kiwi kids!

Whether it's your wedding, baby shower, birthday or anniversary, use your special day to spread happiness to deserving Kiwi kids. Ask your friends and family to make an online donation in lieu of a gift.

In just minutes you can build and customise your personalised online fundraising page. You can then share your link with those you are inviting to your special event asking them to make a donation in lieu of a gift. Every donation is then recorded on your fundraising page along with a message of support from your donors. 

Choose where you want your funds raised to go...

You can choose to support one of our three core programmes - Bikes for Kids, Laptops for Learning or Kiwi Kid Sponsorship.

The money you raise makes a difference...

$200 will provide a bike and a helmet for a disadvantaged Kiwi kid 
$500 will provide a laptop for a low-decile school
$1080 will sponsor a Kiwi kid for 2 years

Or leave it up to us – we can assure you that the funds you raise will to go to the most pressing need at the time!

Variety - the Children's Charity

Every day, more than 1 in 4 Kiwi kids are going without the basics that most of us take for granted.

Deprivation can lead to children feeling stigmatised and left out. This has a profound impact on their health, education and self-esteem. In the long term, it can mean lower academic achievements, reduced employment prospects, lower earnings and poorer health.

At Variety – the Children’s Charity, we are committed to providing tailored, flexible support to disadvantaged children across New Zealand. We work alongside schools, community agencies, social workers and healthcare professionals to identify children in need. We provide these kids with basic essentials, one-off grants for extra needs, and access to extra-curricular activities.

With our support, they can have access to the same opportunities as other kids, a happier, healthier childhood and the foundation for a better future.

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