The Mowbray Family in Partnership with Crohn's & Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust
Our mission is to make lives more liveable for everyone in NZ affected by Inflammatory Bowel Disease.Nationwide
Our mission is to make lives more liveable for everyone in New Zealand affected by Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis). We offer information channels, education and support networks and provide a structure around which people can unite to raise awareness of these diseases. We seek to enhance their capability to live in a positive and hope-filled environment which will contribute to their happiness and help them feel empowered to maximise their potential and realise their life goals.
Our vision is to transform the lives of children, young people, families and all those affected by IBD and will lead these communities to increasing connectedness. Crohn’s & Colitis New Zealand is a growth focused and sustainable organisation which innovates and is responsive to opportunities to optimise and support the well-being of those affected by IBD.
CCNZ promotes public & professional awareness of IBD, its risks, treatment & mitigation. The organisation promotes, publicises & funds research into IBD in NZ in support of better therapies and, ultimately, a cure.
Thank you for your donation, we can’t wait to see you at AN OUT OF THIS WORLD SPACE PARTY… don’t forget your sequins and feathers!!
Our mission is to make lives more liveable for everyone in NZ affected by IBD. We offer information channels, education and support networks. We seek to enhance their capability to live in a hope-filled environment which will contribute to their happiness.
Use of funds
The funds will go towards many projects we have planned including Camp Purple Live, adult retreats, I can't wait campaign, support group coordinators conference and the #wecantwait campaign.
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This page was created on 31 Aug 2020 and closed on 30 Nov 2020.