Givealittle News

Orana Park Zoo in Christchurch depends on visitor entry fees for their income, and the Covid 19 lockdown put their budget into a tailspin. When Orana Park needed some help to care for their beloved animals, and you - the donor came to the rescue!


RSA’s have had to postpone the national Poppy Day Appeal and Anzac Day services due to the Coronavirus lockdown. Perpetual Guardian led the charge to help fundraise for RSA's critical work to support NZ veterans, the oldest were among the most vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19.


Givealittle moves to Perpetual Guardian

April 2020

Spark Foundation, a charitable trust funded by Spark, owned Givealittle from 2012 and operated it as a not for profit service. Perpetual Guardian is the country’s largest and premier provider of the full suite of estate planning services, and the Givealittle platform is a welcomed addition to the group’s family. It will continue to be run as a not for profit service.

Press Release

17 year old George Glover completed his record-breaking swim across the length of the Queen Charlotte Sound - TWICE, and smashed his goal raising funds for Key to Life! To George and your support team: you are so incredible!

Stuff Sport

On Monday 21st of October, the amazing Albie Roebeck broke a Guinness World Record for "Longest Punchbag Marathon" to raise awareness for Mental Health with Wood For the Trees and Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.

Te Ao Maori News

Great New Zealander's Gareth and Tom broke a tyre-flipping Guinness world record for a cause that was important to them - Mental Health. Donations made to the Givealittle page went to support Sir John Kirwan Foundation.

NZ Herald

Bryce Casey’s Spare Change for I Am Hope

July 2019

Bryce Casey from The Rock’s Morning Rumble team bowled for 58 hours straight and raised $366,600 for Mike King’s I Am Hope charity.


After the Christchurch shootings thousands of people turned to Givealittle to express solidarity and support for those affected. The main Victim Support page on Givealittle received 97k donations from 139 countries. A selection of donation comments was collated into an artwork to capture some of the heartfelt sentiments.


Alofa Mo Samoa A few All Blacks pledged $30k, and spearheaded this campaign to support effected families directly who had lost loved ones as a result of the Measles epidemic in Samoa.

Stuff News