Help the Who Did You Help Today Trust to keep connecting New Zealanders with opportunities to make a difference in their communities
We’re extremely humbled by the offer of one of our supporters to match every dollar we raise this month (up to $50,000) to help keep the Who Did You Help Today Trust making a difference to Kiwi lives.
WDYHT aims to unleash the magic of helping, so that social good grows in Aotearoa.
Money raised will go towards:
Homework Club - Connects workplaces with low decile primary schools to support students’ learning after school hours. Your donation will help with coordinating Homework Clubs across Aotearoa (we’re at 18 and counting!) and providing activity packs for tamariki in time for the summer holidays.
HelpTank - You can help us to ‘help the helpers’. Helptank.nz is a free service available to NZ not-for-profits, matching them with volunteers who can offer the skilled help they need to continue their work in the community.
Mothers Project – Facilitates meaningful, positive connections between a child and their mum while she is in prison. Your donation will help with coordinating volunteer lawyers to help wāhine in prison with issues concerning their tamariki, and providing similar support to Mums in the community. You'll also help to provide activity packs to tamariki with a note from their mum and pilot a mentoring programme for wāhine recently released from prison.
You can read more about what we do and how we help at https://www.whodidyouhelptoday.org/
We would love your help - with every dollar up to $50,000 matched by our generous donor - to continue our mahi.
The Who Did You Help Today Trust became a registered charity (CC53191) in February 2016. The trustees are Stacey Shortall, Sarah Paterson and Rachelle Sutton. Who Did You Help Today operates 3 projects - Mothers Project, Homework Club and HelpTank.
Funds will be spent on buying items for activity packs for tamariki and other operational costs of our HelpTank, Homework Club and Mothers Project initiatives.
Thank you - we are very grateful for your support. Ngā mihi o te Kirihimete me te tau hou
Thanks so much Scott and Carolyn - your generosity is much appreciated 🙏
Thanks for your donation, Rachel - much appreciated 🙏
Thanks for your support, Karyn! 👏