Regular Giving

Make a significant impact by donating each month to support child health research

You can have a significant long-term impact on child health research in NZ

Becoming a regular giver with Cure Kids allows you to have a significant long-term impact on child health research in NZ. You have the power to choose how much or how little you would like to give, and how often you want to do so. It’s as easy as the click of a button.

By becoming a part of our regular giving family, you will receive exclusive regular updates on the impact that our research is having – the research that YOU are making possible. You will also have the opportunity to attend special Cure Kids research events and fundraisers.

“I’m so proud to be a Regular Giver to Cure Kids. The team there keeps me up-to-date with monthly emails that showcase how my donations are helping to fund the best child health research in New Zealand. I encourage anyone who values the future health of our Kiwi children to do the same, it’s so easy – and I feel like I’m making a really valuable contribution to my community.”
– Suzanne Rayner, Auckland.

While we have made huge strides in child health research over the past decades, underfunding means that many vital projects are unable to progress. In some cases, we lose some of our best scientists overseas.

Your regular support will help us ensure that funding and support is allocated to all vital areas of child health research in Aotearoa.

 

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  • Support
  • Research
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  • Healthy Families
  • Support

    There are many ways that you can help improve, save and extend the lives of children living with serious health conditions.

    Research

    Cure Kids is proud to support more than $10 million of research by the brightest researchers, across 60 different projects.

    Breakthroughs

    Since the 1970s, Cure Kids have supported medical breakthroughs that have improved and saved the lives of children, and changed the way health conditions are diagnosed and treated.

    Healthy Families

    With these child health researches, our children of tomorrow live healthier, happier lives.