Support St Chads Artists to Create Works of Wonder

$585 of $2,000 goal
Given by 10 generous donors in 8 weeks

Donate to St Chads for materials and tools to help our artists create their dream woodwork and art piece.

Rotorua, Bay Of Plenty

St Chads Rotorua is fortunate to have great talent. It takes months for our tāngata whaikaha vision to come into life as their own individual or group art piece or wood craft. Time and materials. Your help now will give our people the tools and materials to choose their medium to create for our gallery or showcase their individual piece. Wood, glue, varnish, paint, tiles, aluminium, special glass, saws, art paper, screwdrivers... these are just some of the practical elements that turn into works of wonder. We'll share pictures as we go and you'll see your how your donation inspired great woodwork and art. https://stchads.co.nz/

About us

St Chads supports people with disabilities to gain greater independence, learn and maintain valuable life skills, improve their health and well-being, interact meaningfully with other members of the community and do everyday things in everyday places.

Use of funds

Art materials and tools such as woodburners, varnish, wood, saws, glass, tiles, aluminium, paint.

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Latest donations

Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 26 Apr 2024
$50
Mario
Mario on 10 Apr 2024
Great cause!
$30
David
David on 10 Apr 2024
$50
Erin
Erin on 02 Apr 2024
$25
Delwyn
Delwyn on 02 Apr 2024
Thank you
$100

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This campaign started on 20 Mar 2024 and ends on 12 Jun 2024.