Your support is vital to improving the lives of people with epilepsy and those who care for them. There are many ways you can help us and raise vital funds. Please get involved today so we can reach more people living with epilepsy.
Volunteers make an important and critical contribution to Epilepsy Association increasing our capabilities to reach our goals. If you would like to volunteer with Epilepsy Association of New Zealand, please register your interest by completing the online registration of interest below.
We will be in touch shortly with more information of possible volunteer positions available.
Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org direct or phone National Office 07 834 3556
Donations to Epilepsy NZ
Epilepsy New Zealand is a not for profit organisation so we are reliant on generous people, like you, to support us by making donations. If you would like to support the work of Epilepsy New Zealand and help people living with epilepsy please complete the form below. Thank you SO much!
There are many ways you can help!
- Host a fundraising event within your community;
- Bake sale
- Morning or afternoon tea
- Fundraising BBQ
- Trivia or movie night
- Casual Friday at work with a gold coin donation
- Donation box at your work reception desk
- Garage sale
- Colour your hair purple!
- Keep fit and fundraise for us! Whether you're a swimmer, cyclist or runner, every little bit helps! Set up a GiveaLittle Page and away you go
- Celebrate your special occasion (birthday, anniversary or wedding) requesting donations to Epilepsy NZ instead of gifts.
We are here to help so if you have any queries or want ideas to help boost your fundraising please contact us - we are also happy to help promote your fundraising efforts!
Thanks in advance, we SO appreciate your support- it really does make a difference.
Have you got a special occasion coming up? Celebrate your special event (birthday, anniversary or wedding) by asking your family and friends to donate to Epilepsy New Zealand instead of buying a present. What better way to make your celebration even more exceptional than knowing that you will be sharing your happiness whilst gifting to people living with epilepsy.
Contact Ross (email@example.com) if you would like information about how to word your request to your friends and family.
Including Epilepsy New Zealand in your will is an amazing way to make a difference to the lives of people living with epilpesy now and long into the future. After carefully considering your family and friends in your will, making a bequest to Epilepsy New Zealand will mean you're contributing to the greater good of your local community long after the bequest has been received.
You can even decide how you want the bequest to be used. Many bequests we have received still continue to provide valuable support to our services, long after the gift has been received.
To find out more information about what needs to be included and to register your intent please refer to forms below.
Making a donation 'In Memory' of your loved one to Epilepsy New Zealand is an amazing way to pay tribute and remember them. You can ask friends and families to donate in memory (ie.in lieu of flowers etc).
A donation in memory not only makes a legacy for your loved one but also contributes to the lives of people living with epilpesy and the greater good of your local community.
You can download the form below to support people living with epilepsy in memory of your loved one. Thank you so much for thinking of us during this difficult time.
Epilepsy New Zealand wishes to acknowledge and thank the following for their support:
AW Parsons Trust
Esme and Tom Tombleson Charitable Trust
George Brown Charitable Trust
Guy Anson Waddel Charitable Trust
Helen Graham Charitable Trust
Hugo Charitable Trust
JBS Dudding Trust
Jack Jeffs Charitable Trust
JN William Memorial Trust
Kathleen Dorothy Kirkby Trust
LW Nelson Charitable Trust
Maurice Paykel Charitable Trust
Roy Owen Dixey Charitable Trust
South Canterbury Trusts
Stewart Family Charitable Trust
W Duncan Bickley Trust
The Epilepsy Foundation