Let's get the smaller communities vaccinated fast!
Let’s get smaller communities vaccinated fast! Your funds will buy supermarket vouchers that go direct to vaccination initiatives for communities in need.
View all regions here – https://givealittle.co.nz/l/the-90-project
Support getting NZ to 90% vaccination:
• To save lives
• To protect our tamariki who can’t be vaccinated
• To support our hospitals
• To protect our healthcare workers
• To get out of lockdown
• For your barber or hairdresser
• To save your favourite restaurant
• To have a Christmas holiday
• To get NZ open again
• So you can go to a festival
• To get kiwis stuck overseas home
• So you can go overseas (and get home again)
View the regions that most need your help here: https://bit.ly/3DXNdFK
Vaccination figures are helping to guide where funds may be needed most to help Kiwi families get their vaccines and to keep our communities safe and healthy. Each national region has a number of districts recognised by the Ministry of Health.
A big thank you to Foodstuffs North Island for discounting and distributing vouchers for this initiative. We also acknowledge the input and support of Te Rarawa Anga Mua , Te Runanga Ā Iwi Ō Ngāpuhi , NZ Health Design Council and the The Icehouse.
If you'd prefer to make a direct bank transfer, please contact Givealittle at email@example.com.
The beneficiary of donations are the registered charities below:
- Waikato Tainui
- Waikato Raupatu Lands Trust
Supermarket vouchers will be distributed by Foodstuffs North Island to beneficiary iwi organisations in the region to support vaccination initiatives.
Thank you to the New Zealand Health Design Council 2 November 2021
We want to acknowledge the incredibly generous donation from the New Zealand Health Design Council. The NZHDC is a network of professionals dedicated to advancing quality in the design, planning and management of New Zealand’s health facility infrastructure. We share the objective of getting as many New Zealanders vaccinated as quickly as possible to help protect our communities and reduce any possible strain on our healthcare system. We’re working hard to supercharge our vaccination rates and to expand our fundraising efforts to more regions as soon as we can.