There are many ways you can help us – and perhaps you have some ideas we haven’t even considered! Browse through the options and please contact us if you would like to discuss any other ideas.
We wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the donations we receive – they are vital to our work. Any donations given within New Zealand may be Tax Deductible for amounts of $5 and over. Please don’t hesitate to give, no matter if the amount is small or large, it's all much appreciated and helps rescue the abandoned.
Become an Orphans Aid Partner with a regular Automatic Weekly / Fortnightly / Monthly / Annual Donation. Designate your Sponsorship to an orphanage project and we’ll send 100% of your sponsorship funds directly to that project – helping rescue the abandoned.
This page is to explain some exciting Capital Needs that are in front of us currently, with the hope that you may be able to help us. Click above to read more about the opportunities for expansion and growth that have need your help with.
We need Coordinators and Collectors for our nationwide appeals that happen each year. Our nationwide appeals are a huge part of our fundraising and enable us to meet shortfalls in project sponsorships.
We want YOU to pick YOUR challenge to help orphaned children. Our Goal to raise $30000 to help the projects of Orphans Aid International this year.
This is a favourite to get your hands dirty and have some fun! Check out all the ideas we have get some friends together and do some planning. You’ll be surprised how a small idea can grow. You may not have funds of your own to give but you have the potential to raise the funds to rescue the abandoned!
Purchase a gift card or product through this site. Make a donation on behalf of a loved one purchasing such things as fruit, veges and clothing for an orphaned child. Or simply purchase one of our Calendars, DVDs or other popular items from our list.
Providing a long-lasting legacy for the 150 million orphans who need our help. Consider including Orphans Aid International as part of your Will.
We love our Volunteers! Orphans Aid wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the fantastic team of Volunteers we have who make themselves available week by week. Opportunities vary depending on where you live and availability. Please enquire about how you can donate your time to help the abandoned.
We know that God's heart is for the orphans, the widows and those that others have forgotten. We also know that He has enabled us to come this far and we have seen many miracles of provision happen along the way. We would appreciate your prayers for us as an organisation and for those we serve. Please contact our office by using our Contact Us Form to receive a copy of our prayer guide if you would like to help in this way.
Give direct through your pay and you may be able to receive an immediate Tax Rebate (Donations within New Zealand). Payroll giving is a voluntary scheme that enables people to make donations directly from their pay to a chosen “Donee Organisation”. People who donate through payroll giving may receive immediate Tax Rebates relating to the donations they make each pay day. Ask your employer to sign up for the scheme if they haven’t already!
Our projects rely heavily on our supporters making a commitment to a regular sponsorship. To get started, please complete a Sponsorship Form or visit our Project Pages for detailed information about each project. All sponsors will receive a donation receipt. Donations given within New Zealand may be Tax Deductible for amounts of $5 and over. 100% of sponsorships funds are sent to be used at the chosen project you designate.
" After watching the 2009 Television NZ documentary “Someone, Somewhere Loves Me” it truly inspired us to try and help. During a European holiday last year we toured Romania and were privileged to visit Casakiwi – the Romanian home established by Orphans Aid – and spend quality time with the wonderful staff and children. The lives of these orphaned children would have been very different if it had not been for Orphans Aid International. We have no doubt this is the same in the other countries OAI provide help as none have welfare systems as we have come to accept in New Zealand. We are honoured to assist in anyway we are able."