Help us grow

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We teach our little farmers that we each have two hands, one for giving and one for receiving. 

Our project relies on the gifting and generosity of people like you who share our vision that every child has a village. All donations, big or small, are gratefully received. You can support our Common Unity Project Aotearoa in different ways:

Donate Money
 

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DONATE MONEY

There are all sorts of ways to donate money and we welcome all financial contributions. You may wish to give regularly (set up an automatic payment or through payroll giving), make a one-off donation directly to us or through our Givealittle page, or donate through the Good Registry.

100% of donations go towards ensuring children have access to regular, healthy meals – from growing the produce to preparation and delivery of meals.

Here’s an indication of the number of meals provided for children, depending on the amount donated:

·     $6.00 donation = 2 meals

·     $12.00 donation = 4 meals

·     $42.00 donation = 14 meals

·     $100.00 donation = 33 meals

·     $250.00 donation = 83 meals

You can claim tax back on all donations over $5. Visit Inland Revenue’s website for information about tax credits for donations. Receipts are provided for tax purposes.

Set Up Regular Giving: Friends of Common Unity

Regular giving is when a set amount is paid weekly, fortnightly or monthly. It is a really important source of income for us, because it means we can plan our spending.

If you choose to become a regular giver, you will become part of the Friends of Common Unity. In recognition of your support, we will keep you regularly updated on our activities and the difference we’re making and provide opportunities to join us for workshops and events and meet other like-minded community members.

To become a regular giver, contact us at koha@cupa.org.nz so we can collect your details to keep you updated on our projects and activities, as well as to provide tax receipts.

You have the option of;

  • setting up your own automatic payment direct to our Kiwibank account 38-9015-0629515-07

  • donate through payroll giving. This means you donate direct from your salary, and for every dollar you donate you get 33.33 cents back as a tax credit

  • you can also download an Automatic Payment form here to take into your bank.

We are able to provide a receipt for tax purposes (you can claim up to one third back from donations over $5).

Visit Inland Revenue’s website for more information about payroll giving.


Make A One-Off Donation

We are grateful for all one-off donations received:

·     Make an online payment to our Kiwibank account 38-9015-0629515-07

·     Make a credit card donation direct to Common Unity (money paid to us monthly)

·     Donate to us through our Givealittle page (money paid to us 6 weeks later)

·     Write a cheque to The Common Unity Project and post it to us: Common Unity Project Aotearoa, PO Box 31026, Lower Hutt 5040

·     Make a cash donation. Contact Development Director Julia Milne: julia@cupa.org.nz or 027 372 3385

Note: There are no fees, and you’ll receive a receipt for tax credit purposes

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Donate Through The Good Registry

If you’re celebrating a special event and don’t want or need gifts, you might like to ask your friends and whānau to donate to us instead!

Register your special event

Give a Good Gift Card


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DONATE ITEMS

We’re big on sustainability and recycling unwanted items, so get in touch if you have something you no longer need. We may be able to turn it into something new that others want.

We always welcome:

  • Seeds and seedlings

  • Garden tools

  • Fresh local produce – if you have a surplus or would like to grow a crop to donate

  • Quality kitchen equipment

  • Quality knitting yarn and needles

  • Knitted squares for children’s blankets

  • Knitted clothing and accessories

  • Quality fabrics, sewing machines and equipment

  • Bicycles in all sizes (in good working condition)

  • Helmets and bike accessories in good condition.

Got something to offer that’s not on the list? Contact our Development Director, Julia Milne at julia@cupa.org.nz  or 027 372 3385.