Fundraise

Help us to keep helping.

With your help, we can make a difference to the future of many families. Fundraising is a way that together we can make a difference. You can either join in with one of our organised activities or you can do your own thing:

Joining an Iosis fundraising activity

Support our work through Givealittle
This is a way for you to give anonymously or publicly. A receipt will be emailed to you on our behalf by Givealittle. You can also leave an encouraging comment if you wish! Donate now via Givealittle. (Or, if you want to do something more adventurous, you can create your own fundraising challenge via Givealittle. See the 'Do your own thing' section below.)

Do your own thing

Givealittle
Want to become a fundraiser for Iosis? Through the online fundraising service Givealittle, you can create your own fundraising challenge (as small or as daring as you like!), with the goal of raising money for Iosis. Using the easy-to-use tools provided by Givealittle, you can set up a Fundraiser page and then invite your friends to help you reach your goal by making a secure online donation through Givealittle. You won't need to handle any money. Givealittle will pass on the donations to Iosis, leaving you free to concentrate on your challenge.

Become a Fundraiser for Iosis through www.givealittle.co.nz

Payroll Giving
If your employer offers a payroll giving scheme, this will give you the opportunity to donate to Iosis direct from your pay and receive immediate tax credits. You won't need to wait until the end of the year to claim your tax credit. Spark is one company which has verified Iosis for payroll giving.

Spark Foundation payroll giving
Call Iosis on 09 269 0050 or email supporters@iosis.org.nz to find out more.

 

Case Study

A Day in the Life

of a Teen Dad Youth Worker

A day in the life of a teen dad youth worker

Teens deal with peer pressure, family expectations, changing bodies, and a confusing array of life-defining choices. Throw fatherhood into the mix, and you see why young dads often struggle, especially those with no positive male role models.

The Young Fathers Youth Worker comes alongside young men grappling with what being a father means and how they can become the kind of dad their child needs.

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