Donations to Rape Crisis Dunedin

Rape Crisis is in need of ongoing support from our community. Most of us care about preventing sexual violence but find it hard to have time or ways in helping the promotion of this cause. You can make a difference in your community in several ways:

You may donate online:

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Or your donation can be posted to;

P.O Box 5424,
Dunedin

We receive regular pledges from members in our community with a weekly or monthly deposit from their bank account to ours. This is simple to set up with your bank. All you need is our bank account number which we can e-mail you. With this kind of donation you will receive an annual receipt, which is tax deductible. If you would like to know more about please phone the office on (03) 474-1592.

People in our community also bequest money to Rape Crisis in their wills leaving their mark and influence with this kind gesture and helping us educate and eliminate sexual violence in our society.

All donations over $5 are tax deductible.  

Donations, grants and funded service contracts for the period up to 30th  June 2010 1 July 2011 have been received from

  • Ministry of Social Development
  • MSD Community Response Fund
  • New Zealand Lottery Grants Board
  • Community Organisation grants Scheme (COGS)
  • Patricia France Charitable Trust
  • Dunedin Casino Charitable Trust
  • New Zealand Post
  • United Way New Zealand
  • Dunedin City Council
  • Dunedin City Council Rates Relief Scheme
  • BP Vouchers for Volunteers Programme
  • Community Trust of Otago
  • ACE Shacklock Charitable Trust
  • Coupland’s Bakeries
  • Shiel Hill Tavern
  • Tangente Cafe
  • Dunedin Public Hospital
  • Black Star Books
  • Corso
  • Amnesty
  • Dunedin South Labour Party Women
  • Taieri Gorge Railway
  • Adele Knowles
  • Colin Carey
  • New World Port Chalmers

Our thanks also go to those who continue to support the work done by the Collective with pledges and donations, and by supporting our annual Street Day Appeal and Raffle.