Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust

  Wellington
Organisation page created in the Health category

CCNZ is a charitable trust which provides support to those affect by Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.

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  Wellington Treatment

Our mission is to provide support to those affected by Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) & their families through support services, patient education, professional education & patients’ rights advocacy. CCNZ promotes public & professional awareness of IBD, its risks, treatment & mitigation. The organisation promotes, publicises & funds research into IBD in NZ in support of better therapies and, ultimately, a cure.

We continuously work to empower patients and their families, improve public awareness and help normalise the disease. We support those affected and help them cope with symptoms and improve their sense of wellbeing by facilitating opportunities to communicate with others affected by IBD and ultimately improve the quality of their lives.

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Our mission is to make lives more liveable for everyone in NZ affected by IBD. We offer information channels, education and support networks. We seek to enhance their capability to live in a hope-filled environment which will contribute to their happiness.


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Richard Stein
Richard Stein 6 days ago
$70
Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust

Thank you Richard, as always, you are amazing!

Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust
murray
murray on 23 Apr 2021
$50
Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust

Thank you so much for your generous donation Murray. This donation will contribute towards our many projects we have in the pipeline for 2021/2022, including the I Can't wait Campaign and Camp Purple Live 2022. Thank you again for your donation and for choosing to support us.

Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust
Richard Stein
Richard Stein on 15 Apr 2021
From my sister, Sue.
$75
Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust

Please thank you sister Sue, for her very kind donation, Richard. This money will go towards our many projects we have planned for 2021/2022, Sue. Including Camp Purple Live 2022 and our first Living with IBD - seminar & workshop. Thanks again for choosing to support us.

Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust
Elizabeth
Elizabeth on 31 Mar 2021
Thank you for all your great work.
$400
Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust

Thank you so much for your very generous donation Elizabeth. This donation will contribute towards our many projects we have in the pipeline for 2021/2022, including the I Can't wait Campaign and Camp Purple Live 2022. Thank you again for your donation and for choosing to support us.

Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust
Kevin
Kevin on 21 Mar 2021
$100
Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand Charitable Trust

Thank you so much for your generous donation Kevin. This donation will contribute towards our many projects we have in the pipeline for 2021/2022, including the I Can't wait Campaign and Camp Purple Live 2022. Thank you again for your donation and for choosing to support us.

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