Every donation makes a difference!
A Rocha relies entirely on grants and generous donations from our supporters. Your support would be greatly appreciated. Regular income is particularly helpful – so if you can, please set up regular gift such as fortnightly, monthly, quarterly or annual gift.
A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand is an IRD-approved donee organisation so all donations over $5 from NZ tax residents are eligible for donation tax credits.
Donations to A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand can be made in the following ways:
- By Internet Banking for a one-off or regular donation:
Account Name: A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand
Westpac Bank Account No: 03-1563-0419360-00
Particulars: <Your Name>
- By POLi payment:
POLi is an online payment option you can use to donate directly from your New Zealand bank account if you have internet banking with ANZ, ASB, Bank Direct, BNZ, Kiwibank, TSB Bank or Westpac. There is no surcharge to you to make payments using POLi, although your bank may apply fees for electronic funds transfers. For your information, A Rocha is charged 1% of your donation amount as payment processing fees. For more information about POLi, please click this link.
- By cheque:
Please make cheque payable to “A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand” and post it to us at the following address:
A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand
PO Box 24118
If you are donating by cheque, Internet Banking or POLi payment, please click on the button below to fill in the secure donation form hosted on Infoodle – this gives us the donor information required to track your donations for donation tax receipts. Donations by POLi will be completed online. If you’ve chosen to donate by cheque or Internet Banking, you will be emailed donation details to complete the donation.
- By credit card:
You can also donate online using a Visa or Mastercard credit/debit card and you can set it up to be a one-time or recurring donation (with an optional end date). Please click the button below and you will be redirected to our secure donation form hosted on Infoodle. Please note that your donation is processed by Stripe and 2.9% of your donation amount plus $0.30 per transaction is deducted by Stripe as payment processing fee.
Frequently Asked Questions about Donations
When will I receive my donation receipt from A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand to claim donation tax credits?
Please ensure we have your latest email address so that your annual donation receipt for the financial year ending 31 March can be emailed to you in April. If you have not received or have misplaced your donation receipt or have trouble opening it, please email us at [email protected].
We’re grateful for the ongoing partnership of our many supporters. To support us in our ongoing work you might like to consider giving your tax rebate back to A Rocha. To do this:
When you fill in your IR526 after March 31 to claim your donation tax rebate, add our bank account details below to Section 9.
Or if you are submitting your donation tax receipts online via myIR, go to Home > Donation tax credit > I want to > Manage refund bank accounts… then ‘Add a new bank account’ using the following details:
Country: New Zealand
Bank account number: 03-1563-0419360-00
Name on account: A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand
Is this a credit union or building society account? No
Select account types for this refund bank account: Please tick Account Type: DONATION TAX CREDIT
Then let us know you have donated your donation tax rebate by emailing us at [email protected]
What happens next?
The donation tax rebate will be paid into A Rocha Aotearoa NZ’s bank account, which makes your original donation stretch even further.
Can I get a receipt from A Rocha Aotearoa NZ for donating my tax rebate?
Yes, we can provide you with a donation tax receipt for the tax rebate you donated to A Rocha Aotearoa NZ, so you can claim a further rebate on this amount next year. Email us at [email protected] with: Your name, IRD number, email address, and the amount transferred (IRD does not provide us with name and address details). We will then be able to receipt these funds in your name, enabling you to claim a further tax credit next year.
If you have any questions, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.
Ngā mihi nui.