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Help Rodney raise funds for Postnatal Depression Canterbury

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To raise funds so PND Canterbury can continue to provide support groups and playgroups for parents suffering from postnatal depression.

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Hi there,

My name is Rodney and I am the Deputy Chairperson for PND Canterbury. This April I am partaking in the annual Graperide cycle event based in Blenheim. It consists of riding 101km throughout the region.

PND Canterbury rely solely on donations in order to run our support groups and playgroup for parents suffering from postnatal depression and anxiety. With 25% of mothers and 10% of fathers experiencing this illness there is a huge need for support services.

Any donation is gratefully received and of course will make me ride faster!

Please check out our website http://pndcanterbury.co.nz/ to see what amazing work we do within the Canterbury region for not only mums, but their families as well.

Use of funds:

Funds will be spent on running costs such as venue hire, a facilitator & consumables required to run our playgroup and support groups.

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Our Mission

To support the wellness of mothers and their families who are suffering from postnatal depression (PND) and other related mental illnesses.

Welcome to the Postnatal Depression

Family/Whanau NZ Trust

Our Mission

To support the wellness of mothers and their families who are suffering from postnatal depression (PND) and other related mental illnesses.

Our Purpose

To raise awareness and improve identification of women and their whanau who are suffering from depression, anxiety, adjustment difficulties and psychotic disorders during pregnancy and in the first years after childbirth.

To provide support and assistance to those women and their whanau.

To foster and encourage the development of support networks for the benefit of those women and their whanau.

To support preventative initiatives aimed at reducing the risk of women becoming mentally unwell during pregnancy or in the first years after child birth.

To support development and provision of education to New Zealanders regarding prenatal adjustment, perinatal psychiatric disorders and the needs of parents with a psychiatric illness who have one or more preschool children.

To support development and provision of education to New Zealanders regarding infant mental health and the needs of pre-school children who have a parent with a psychiatric illness.

To support research into psychiatric disorders occurring during pregnancy or affecting parents with one or more pre-school children.

To lobby the government to improve psychiatric services for parents and their families who are affected by psychiatric disorders and who have one or more pre-school children.

  • $335.00 donated
  • 7 generous donors

$335 donated

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  Closed This cause page was created on 25 Feb 2018 and closed at 23:59 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 10 Apr 2018.

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