The Funding Network New Zealand Charitable Trust

We run free programmes to build the capacity of charities and grow the generosity of the public - creating stronger community safety nets.

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Since September 2014, The Funding Network NZ has raised $437k for 27 charities through live crowdfunding events. We have linked charities with pro-bono expertise and run capacity building workshops to support our alumni.

With your support we will continue to strengthen the sector by offering free programmes to charities that develop their skills in telling their stories and online fundraising. We will also continue to provide exciting events for people to connect with charities and support their work - growing the generosity of Kiwis everywhere.

We only employ one part-time member of staff and have limited overheads. Your donations will support these core costs as well as providing training opportunities for small NZ charities.

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The Funding Network NZ (TFN) promotes access to connections and resources for the grass-roots charities to thrive. We do this by delivering collective giving experiences, which help New Zealanders do more good together.

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