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Create an online fundraising page

Whether you're shaving your head, cycling the country, tuk-tuking India or folding paper swans, turn your fundraising ideas into reality by creating an online fundraising page.

Get ideas from some of our current fundraisers:

How it works:

Decide on what you want to do to raise money, and then set up an online fundraising page to tell the world about it. When people donate to your page, the donation automatically gets deposited into the Mental Health Foundation bank account.

Read about some of our past fundraisers:

Manhatten here she comes!

In November 2018, Claire will be running the NY Marathon, with thousands of adoring fans raising money for the Mental Health Foundation NZ.

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1,000 cranes for mental health

In March 2017, Wellingtonian Ben Sherwood asked people to donate $1 for every paper crane he folded. He raised $1,020 for the Mental Health Foundation NZ.

Read more.

Bungy world record smashed

In May 2017, Aucklander Mike Heard set a Guinness World Record for the most bungy jumps in 24 hours, raising $15,000 for the Mental Health Foundation NZ.

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Monkey off your back bike ride

In June 2017, Laser Group employees Terry Bluck and Paul Manaena rode 3,000km across Australia raising $26,000 for the Mental Health Foundation NZ.

Read more.

Or, join one of our upcoming events

Not all your fundraising needs to be online

Many people incorporate fundraising events, morning teas or collections into their fundraising plans. Have a think about what else you might do, and we can help make it a reality. Below are some of the items we have available that can help you promote your fundraising.  When you create a new page, we will give you a call to chat about your goals and help you with idea.  

You can add money raised thorugh events onto the amount showing on your online fundraising page. Ask us how. 


Give us a call on (09) 623 4810 or fill in the form below.

By raising money for the Mental Health Foundation you are helping to support thousands of people experiencing mental illness nationwide.