The NZ Fallen Heroes Trust

  Canterbury
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New Zealand's history of world-wide peacekeeping and security activities has resulted a number of our service people being killed, and many

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  Canterbury Family Support

We are supporting our fallen heroes and their families to live fulsome lives. Our assistance may be: an immediate needs grant, assistance for education, vocational training; home help/child care/attendant care assistance, assistance toward personal development; life coaching or counselling support; assistance toward a sporting or arts goal; rehabilitation ; or other need as required.

The trust is somewhat in its infancy, however to date we have made contributions toward wounded soldiers equipment to attend wounded warrior sporting activities, selected FHT families being hosted by St Kilda at their AFL game in Wellington, and other smaller contributions to a number of beneficiaries.


Latest donations

  • Tim and Sandra Harvey

    Tim and Sandra Harvey on 30 Jan 2020

    $200

    Donation in honour of Major Michael Treloar who sadly passed away suddenly on 25 January 2020 at age 51.

    $200

  • Philip

    Philip on 11 Nov 2019

    Private

    Donated by the wargamers at FlamesCon 2019 wargaming tournament.

    Private

  • Marc

    Marc on 04 Nov 2019

    $320

    $320

  • Steel Targets NZ

    Steel Targets NZ on 30 Oct 2019

    $10

    $10

  • Coast Academy BJJ

    Coast Academy BJJ on 24 Oct 2019

    $50

    From Coast BJJ whanau. We're proud of you all.

    $50


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Registered Charity A Registered Charity has legal recognition under the Charities Act 2005.
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