Ways to donate

Thank you for making a donation. Your support means we can keep working to ensure no-one has to face mental illness alone.

All charitable donations $5 and above are tax deductible and a receipt will be provided.

Donate by internet banking, or at a BNZ branch

Bank: BNZ
Name of account: Mental Health Foundation
Account number: 02-0100-0752592-097
Reference: Your name or organisation


If you would like a receipt, please email fundraising@mentalhealth.org.nz with your details, and the amount of the donation.

Set up a regular donation

Make a one off donation or set up a regular donation to the Mental Health Foundation online by credit card

Or, print off a donation form, enter your credit card and details and post it to:

FreePost 192225
Mental Health Foundation
Fundraising Department
P O Box 10051
Auckland

Donate by cheque

Please make cheques out to: Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, and send to the following address (no stamp required):

FreePost 192225
Mental Health Foundation
Fundraising
PO Box 10051
Auckland

If you would like a reciept, remember to include your contact details with your donation.

Thank you for making a donation.

Donate to someone fundraising for the Mental Health Foundation

If you are wanting to donate to someone running the Auckland Marathon for the Mental Health Foundation, find their page here.

If you are wanting to donate to someone who has an online fundraising page for another event, search for them here.

Where your donations go

Donations to the Mental Health Foundation go towards funding information resources and website, and campaigns. 

Specifically they contribute towards:

  • Providing information to individuals, families, friends and whānau about where to turn for help and the ways to look after ourselves and others.
  • Organising Mental Health Awareness Week and Pink Shirt Day campaigns to promote and educate about general wellbeing, anti-bullying and anti-discrimination.
  • Advocating on behalf of people with experience of mental illness for better access to services, a national commitment to upholding dignity and human rights, and equal participation in communities and in employment.
  • Creating resources for workplaces and schools to improve knowledge about mental health and wellbeing topics