Running 60km for Samaritans
- $2,550.00 donated
- 45 generous donors
Please support my 60km run by donating to help Samaritans prevent suicide in New Zealand.
From left: Peter Frawley, Letha Whitham, Stu Milne, Will Bell, Hiro Tanimoto, Paul Hewitson, Alex Jones and Sean Bardsley are running 60km to raise money for the Samaritans.
On 15 July, this amazing group of people will be running 60km in the Wellington Urban Ultra 2K, which is a trail-running endurance event around the hills that surround Wellington.
Life can be tough sometimes. But everyday Samaritans volunteers are there to listen and help people work through whatever is troubling them.
Last year the Samaritans helpline received over 30,000 calls from people dealing with issues like relationship breakdown, job loss, financial concerns, bereavement, loneliness, depression and suicidal thoughts.
A lot of people who call the Samaritans are in crisis and “don’t feel like life is worth living anymore”. Samaritans create a safe space for people to talk about what’s troubling them and just how awful they are feeling. We ask questions to help callers consider their situation more objectively and help them to see other options that may be available to them. Our job is to give them hope.
Please support the efforts of this amazing group of runners and givealittle to help Samaritans prevent suicide in New Zealand.
Use of Funds:
Funds raised will be donated to the Samaritans to help pay the costs associated with running their 24/7 helpline.
Page created by:
We all know life can be tough sometimes and how important it is to be able to talk things through when you're struggling with your mental health. Samaritans offers completely confidential 24/7 support for those in need.
Donor Confidence Key
Givealittle values the importance of an informed decision when making a donation. We check to make sure that adequate information is provided to donors and that pages comply with our terms and conditions. Pages are not browseable nor searchable until moderated and donor validated. For more information, check out this support article.
A page becomes donor validated when it receives donations from at least three different sources. Pages are not browseable nor searchable until moderated and donor validated. For more information, check out this support article.
New Zealand registered charity
Is registered with the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), Charity Services (formerly Charities Commission) as a charity.
Tax credit eligibility
Has been granted 'donee status' by Inland Revenue (IRD). Donors to a page with tax credit eligibility may be able to apply for a tax credit.×