More than ever, The Salvation Army depends on the generosity of our supporters to provide essential social services for those struggling to meet basic needs in these tough economic times.
We help over 120,000 New Zealanders every year - with budgeting advice, food parcels, life skills programmes and other comfort and support. Our aim is to give people a helping hand toward a brighter future.
Please donate to help Kiwis in need.
We are currently unable to accept international donations through our standard donation page. If you are outside of New Zealand, but wish to make a donation to The Salvation Army New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory then please contact Public Relations with your details and we'll let you know the number.
Thank you for supporting our work on the front line with Kiwis in need.
The Salvation Army is a registered charity under the Charities Act 2005, registered number CC37312. This means The Salvation Army is exempt from income tax. The Army also has Donee Status from IRD, meaning donations of $5 or more may qualify for a tax credit. Find out more about The Salvation Army and the work we do in our Annual Report 2014-15.