Fertility NZ relies on donations to undertake the important work we do.
One in four New Zealanders will be impacted by fertility challenges during their lifetime. If you, or someone you know has been affected, your donation could help us in this way:
- A donation of $20 will enable two people to receive Helpline support
- A donation of $200 will allow one volunteer to be fully trained to provide support in their community.
Infertility is a life crisis, where hopes and dreams are challenged and a sense of lack of control prevails. Fertility Week: I am one in four will help support and guide people facing the rigours of infertility, and inform those who want to be parents in the future. It will also help guide friends and whānau on how to support someone facing infertility.
Fertility New Zealand walks alongside all people facing fertility challenges. If you, or someone you know has been affected, please consider making a donation to make someone’s journey that much easier.
Having the choice to create a family is a fundamental part of our humanness – encountering difficulties in having or completing a much-wanted family is unexpected and can be very challenging to deal with. The confusion, frustration and grief encountered with fertility problems are invisible and often not understood by family and friends or even by health professionals, which can leave people feeling very isolated. Intense feelings such as anger, sadness and grief are a natural part of dealing with fertility problems. However these feelings are often minimised and invalidated by others, so support from people who understand is especially helpful.
Fertility NZ was founded in 1990 and is a national organisation with regional branches around New Zealand and is a registered charity. Much of Fertility NZ’s work is carried out by dedicated volunteers.
To help fund our helpline support.
A $20 donation will enable two people to receive helpline support. A $50 donation will enable five people to receive helpline support.