GABA Charity Auction 2015

$115 donated
Given by 4 generous donors in 5 weeks

The annual GABA Charity Auction is the primary fundraiser for the GABA Charitable Trust.


If you are unable to attend this year's GABA Charity Auction, please donate generously here!

Proudly presented by ANZ, the annual GABA Charity Auction & Luncheon will return to the spectacular waterfront surrounds of the Hilton Auckland on Sunday 15 November 2015.

The long-running and much-loved event is the primary fundraiser for the GABA Charitable Trust, which has distributed community grants and scholarships now amounting to almost $300,000 across the last 15 years.

In the 12 months since last year’s successful charity auction, the GABA Charitable Trust has awarded GABA Community Grants and Pride Grants totalling $22,735 to a wide variety of LGBTI organisations, individuals, projects and initiatives.

In partnership with AUT University, the Trust also awarded four GABA Tertiary Scholarships to help young LGBTI students through their first year of full-time study.

About us

The Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust (formerly the GABA Charitable Trust) was established in 1999 with the principal objective being to maintain a fund available to individuals and institutions for the explicit purpose of health, welfare and support services for the benefit of the LGBQTI+ community of New Zealand.

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Craig Bonnington
Craig Bonnington on 15 Nov 2015
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 15 Oct 2015
Megan Cunningham-Adams
Megan Cunningham-Adams on 15 Oct 2015
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 15 Oct 2015

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