You can help support vulnerable New Zealanders
As the COVID-19 outbreak in New Zealand continues, we know that the most vulnerable in our communities are being greatly affected. Please donate to The Foodbank Project and support other Kiwis who are less fortunate during these uncertain times.
Did you know...
Over half of all families in NZ experience income poverty for at least a year after a child is born
Last year, Salvation Army social workers provided support to more than 5,700 people
1 in 10 children live in material hardship, meaning they are forced to go without seven or more items considered necessary for their well-being
Last year, The Salvation Army delivered over 15,000 budgeting sessions to families in need
4 in 5 households say that a lack of money defined how often they ate and how healthy the food was
How would you like to donate?
How it helps
Last year, The Salvation Army distributed more than 62,000 food parcels to those in need. That's a lot of food and we rely on generous food donations from businesses and individuals to meet this demand. By donating our most-needed food items, you will help directly fill our food parcels.
The donation process
Become an everyday food hero
Foodbanks rely on regular donations to continue helping people in need. By making your donation through The Foodbank Project a recurring donation, you're helping your local foodbank hub continue their services and feed your community.