The Salvation Army NZFT territory has a strong presence in Fiji and Tonga, and has recently expanded its services to the people of Samoa. With all of these regions devastated by Cyclone Gita, The Salvation Army has today launched the Pacific Emergency Fund as an urgent fundraising appeal to assist those people and communities affected by this disaster.
The Salvation Army is currently on the ground in these regions, providing a range of urgent help to those most affected by Cyclone Gita. We are committed to providing this support for as long as it’s needed, to ensure that the people of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa can get back on their feet and rebuild their homes and lives. You can read more about The Salvation Army’s response to Cyclone Gita in these regions by clicking here.
The Salvation Army is asking for support in the form of cash donations, with all funds going directly to help people in need in the regions directly affected by Cyclone Gita.
Here’s how you can donate to the Pacific Emergency Fund:
Make a one-off donation online (please specify ‘Cyclone Gita’ and/or the region you'd like to support in the Comments section) by clicking here;
Call 0800 53 00 00 to make a donation via phone using your credit card;
You can deposit a donation directly in The Salvation Army bank account: BNZ 02 0568 0091726 02 (please state this is for the Pacific Emergency Fund);
Or you can post a cheque to The Salvation Army, PO Box 27001 Marion Square, Wellington 6141, New Zealand. Please specify your donation is for ‘Cyclone Gita’.
Thank you for your support in helping The Salvation Army to help the victims of Cyclone Gita in Fiji, Tonga and Samoa. God bless you.