Jassy Dean Trust

  Auckland
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The Jassy Dean Trust is a voluntary organisation that raises funds to support families with sick children on Waiheke Island.

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  Auckland Sick Kids

The Jassy Dean Trust provides families on Waiheke access to financial and practical assistance for child healthcare and ongoing support to improve the health and wellbeing of Waiheke children.

Since its formation in 1993 the Jassy Dean Trust has grown into a valuable community organisation, helping hundreds of local families with assistance during times of crisis, accidents or illness and providing ongoing support for families where needed.


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  • Mr. J. M. A. & Mrs. F. G. Aretz

    Mr. J. M. A. & Mrs. F. G. Aretz on 04 Feb 2019

    $500

    $500

    • Jassy Dean Trust

      Thank you so much for your generous donation, which will go towards helping a child in need. We really appreciate your support! ~ Best wishes from the Jassy Dean Trust

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 14 Dec 2018

    $250

    $250

    • Jassy Dean Trust

      Thank you for your kind donation. We really appreciate your support. ~ Best wishes from the Jassy Dean Trust

  • Heike

    Heike on 14 Nov 2018

    $20

    $20

  • Rory & Vivienne

    Rory & Vivienne on 26 Sep 2018

    $100

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 18 Sep 2018

    $50

    $50


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