KiwiCRPS Charitable Trust

  Auckland
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New Zealands first charity supporting people diagnosed with CRPS or RSD.

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  Auckland Treatment Research

Raising awareness particularly amongst health professionals and providing support for all those living with this devastating condition.

Diocesan School for Girls raised over $9000 as part of the students Giving Focus for Term 2. A wonderful launch to this new charity.

More about us

KiwiCRPS is a new brand new charity (2014) which aims to bring together the CRPS community of New Zealand and provide support for one another as well as to raise awareness of and support research into this devastating condition.


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  • caren Jewerlly

    caren Jewerlly on 28 Mar 2018

    $620

    $620

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 07 Feb 2018

    Private

    In loving memory of Hayley Wyatt.

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  • Suzie Nolan

    Suzie Nolan on 06 Feb 2018

    $20

    RIP Hayley fly high beautiful xxxx

    $20

  • Mandy Robinson

    Mandy Robinson on 05 Feb 2018

    $30

    For our dear sweet Hayley who taught us all within the CRPS community so much about bravery and hope. Fly free and soar high our sweet angel. xxx

    $30

  • Nicole Harvey

    Nicole Harvey on 04 Feb 2018

    Private

    To one of the bravest most courageous and selfless young lady’s who fought one of gutsiest battles I’ve ever seen. Who also advocated so hard for awareness of that CRPS monster. I know you did yourself and your family proud! Fly high and finally pain free Hayley RIP sweet lady xxxxx

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