Donate to the PHA
The PHA continues to work to support public health action in Aotearoa New Zealand.
As an independent voice for public health, we speak out on health issues that affect New Zealanders - from climate change to sugary drinks to housing.
Our members are active in communities across New Zealand, engaging with decision-makers, influencing policy, building skills and delivering public health events.
We’ve increased our communications, strengthened partnerships across the sector, diversified our workshops and forums to gather share and learn – and done all this without increasing our membership fees or finding a generous patron.
Please consider making a regular donation to the PHA.
Your generous donation will help us:
Help us improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities in New Zealand by making a donation to the PHA. if you would prefer, you can specify a specific purpose or event for your donation.
One time or monthly donation
To make a one-off donation to the PHA, please complete the form below.
You can also donate to the PHA through the Give-A-Little website.
You can also make a regular donation to the PHA through Payroll Giving. If your employer does not offer Payroll Giving, you can donate through a Give-A-Little Individual Plan or via Direct Debit.
Please email us to request a Direct Debit form. Donors who choose to pay by Direct Debit will receive a tax receipt at the end of the financial year.
Did you know payroll giving is a quick and easy way for you to support the PHA through your workplace payroll? It's a simple and effective way of supporting our work and you'll get an immediate 33% tax rebate.
If you give the PHA $15, this will only reduce your take home pay by $10!
Download our payroll giving form and give it to your employer today.
Leaving a bequest to the PHA
You may choose to leave a bequest to the PHA to acknowledge the work we do. Leaving us a gift in your will can help to ensure our work will benefit future generations.
Leaving a gift in your will can be a monetary amount, a percentage of the estate, or a residual amount – a percentage of what is left after family and debts are taken care of. Most people choose to leave a residual percentage to a number of charities they support. Your lawyer will be able to help you with the wording for your will if you are considering leaving a bequest to the PHA.
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