Main image

Support our runners by donating to these incredible and life changing causes!!

Closed Cause page created in the Unspecified category by Nando's New Zealand Ltd for "Auckland City Mission, and Goodbye Malaria"


$30,050 of $50,000 goal

Given by 120 generous donors in around 6 months

Share   Closed

Help us to raise money for two organisations who are changing lives; one in our NZ home, and one in our Nando's birthplace (Africa).

Main image
  Auckland

Nando's NZ is gathering a team of Nandocas, suppliers, family and friends to take part in the Auckland Run the City event this October.

We’re using it as an opportunity to raise money for two organisations that are both close to our heart; Goodbye Malaria, and Auckland City Mission. I’ve included some info below on why we’ve chosen these two charities. We’d love your help in raising as much money as possible!

• Date of event: Sunday 28th October 2018

• You can find out more detail here: https://aucklandmarathon.co.nz/

**Goodbye Malaria:

Nando's PERi-PERi chillies are grown throughout Southern Africa. Sadly, millions of people suffer from malaria every year, but together we can help put a stop to this. Goodbye Malaria is working to support the elimination of malaria in Mozambique by 2030, in a way that changes the way the world thinks about Africa. The initiative was started by African entrepreneurs, including one of our Nando’s founders Robbie Brozin. They’re working with global partners and local government, who believe it’s time to end malaria for good. Over the last three years, the spraying programme has protected 330,000 people across three districts. In that time, the prevalence of malaria in these districts has decreased from 13.75% to just 1% - an incredible result.

**Auckland City Mission:

The Auckland City Mission are an organisation who look after the homeless community, provide support to the elderly, families in need, and generally help anyone in desperate need. They’ve been around for 98 years, and are an institution in Auckland City. Their base is 600m from our flagship restaurant (Queen Street), and we’ve had a growing partnership with them over the past couple of years.

Nando's New Zealand Ltd's involvement

Auckland City Mission: Nando's partners with the Mission through various programs.

Goodbye Malaria: Nando's is from South Africa, where sadly, millions of people suffer from malaria every year. Goodbye Malaria is an initiative started by African entrepreneurs, including one of our Nando’s founders Robbie Brozin. They are working to support the elimination of malaria in Mozambique by 2030.

Use of funds

All money will be donated to Auckland City Mission (50% of total) and Goodbye Malaria (50% of total)

Other page links


Latest donations

  • Vinnie

    Vinnie on 21 Nov 2018

    Private

    Private

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 15 Nov 2018

    $5,957.11

    $5,957.11

  • Ali Rankine

    Ali Rankine on 06 Nov 2018

    $80

    Massive congrats to all those took part!

    $80

  • Restaurant Gold Coin Donations

    Restaurant Gold Coin Donations on 02 Nov 2018

    $240.60

    $240.60

  • Pandoro Panetteria Limited

    Pandoro Panetteria Limited on 30 Oct 2018

    $100

    $100


Who's involved?

Nando's New Zealand Ltd's avatar
Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, Nando's New Zealand Ltd on behalf of Auckland City Mission, and Goodbye Malaria

Page Moderated The page has been checked by our team to make sure it complies with our terms and conditions.

Gallery


Got a question for the page owner?

One question has been asked already. Check it out and ask yours here.

Any concerns?

Report this page
This page was created on 8 Jun 2018 and closed on 8 Dec 2018.
You might notice some changes - we've updated our page layout to give a better experience. We think we've hit the mark, but if something's not right, please let us know by emailing feedback@givealittle.co.nz.
$30,050 of $50,000 goal

Given by 120 generous donors in around 6 months

  Closed Share
Share
Share a link to this page to help spread the word

  Facebook

  Twitter

  Email

  Copy Link

  Embed

×