Make a donation
The Tourette’s Association of New Zealand (TANZ) provides a wide range of services to hundreds of people in New Zealand, both young and old, suffering from Tourette Syndrome (TS).
Every day these people live a life that few people can comprehend or sometimes even understand. We need your help to ensure that we can be there to support, encourage and educate those not only suffering but their family, friends, educators and health service providers, both now and in the future.
Your donation, no matter how big or small, makes a difference to someone’s life. It might allow for one more information pack to be sent to a school or it may allow for another family to attend Camp Twitch.
Please support TANZ today. Donations of $5 or more qualify for a tax credit in New Zealand.
You can donate in any of the following ways:
1. You can make a donation securely online
You can post a cheque, made payable to Tourette’s Association of New Zealand, to:
Tourette’s Association of New Zealand
C/- Christchurch Community House
301 Tuam Street
(Please include your full name and address so that we can provide you with a Receipt and Thank You)
2. You can make a payment directly into our bank account 03-1355-0772557-00.
(Please use your name as a reference).
If you support us in this way, please contact us by phone (03) 940-9420 or email email@example.com with the following information so that we can provide you with a Receipt and Thank You.
- Your name (or organisation/workplace name)
- Your postal address
- Amount deposited
- Date deposited
- Your contact phone number
- Your email address (this is so we can email your Receipt/Thank You and save TANZ money!)
3. You can also make a regular Donation through your Employer.
The benefit is that you will receive an immediate tax credit of 33.3% on all Payroll Giving Donations instead of waiting until the end of the tax year to claim. Ask your Employer if they offer Payroll Giving. We can provide the necessary information you require.
Please phone (03) 940-9420 for more information.