IDFNZ PID Awareness and support

$90 donated
Given by 3 generous donors in around 3 months

Helping IDFNZ Raise Awareness of PID to support vulnerable PID patients.


IDFNZ Supports vulnerable PID patients.

PID’s are life-long, chronic health conditions and are life threatening. PID's bring serious challenges to patients and their families. These medical conditions are ‘invisible’ and often underestimated by friends and colleagues. IDFNZ is committed to raising awareness about the Early Warning Signs and education about PID.

A single or regular donation…

…Will help us to respond to requests for support and information at no cost, to hundreds of PID patients and families each year.

Early diagnosis can prevent complications and improve quality of life. Unfortunately, it can still take many years for an unwell patient to achieve a PID diagnosis.

Diagnosis - leads to an effective medical care plan for patients and connects Patients with the IDFNZ community for free support.

Being connected, brings emotional and financial support which can make a huge difference to our patient members across New Zealand.

About us

A single or regular donation…

…Will help IDFNZ to support hundreds of PID patients and families each year.

Use of funds

7 Warning signs education campaign to diagnose new patients & connect them to free IDFNZ support services and better quality of life.

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Latest donations

jon on 27 Mar 2023
steve on 27 Mar 2023
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 27 Mar 2023
Private Donor
Private Donor on 27 Mar 2023
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 23 Mar 2023
Good work

Who's involved?

Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, IDFNZ/KIDS FOUNDATION (Charity)
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Donations of over $5 are eligible for a New Zealand charitable giving tax credit.
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