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Fundraise for PADA

Fundraise for PADA

Here are all the ways in which you can support PADA


There are many ways that you can support PADA through the following organisations. From buying everyday products with a percentage coming back to us, sustainable gift giving ideas or gift registries, or claiming and regifting your IRD tax rebates, there are many ways to support PADA today!

Or you might want to raise funds for PADA for yourself? Whether it be to take part in one of our fun runs, hold a work morning tea, organise a movie fundraiser or compete in a sporting event of your choice, whatever ideas you have get in touch with us at [email protected]. We’d love to hear from you!

The Good Registry



As at the end of November 2021, PADA received over $10,800 from generous donations through our partnership with The Good Registry!

There are two ways to give with The Good Registry. Celebrate a special event by creating a registry and choose us as your charity for friends and family to give to. You’ll have a unique link to your registry page to share with your friends and family.

Purchase a gift card – say ‘happy birthday’, ‘thank you’, ‘Meri Kirihimete’ or ‘you’re awesome’. Give them a Good Gift Card so they can have the joy of giving to causes they care about, even better if they select PADA from the 65 NZ charities they can choose from.

You don’t need to buy stuff to show you care, and together we can look after our planet, reduce waste, and spread kindness instead of stuff!



Claim your donation rebates with Supergenerous

Did you know that if you have donated to us in the past 4 years, you are eligible to get 33% back in donation rebates?

Supergenerous is a small, Kiwi social enterprise helping get these rebates back to charities like us.

Their aim is to supercharge human generosity and tap into the estimated 1 billiion dollars of unclaimed donation rebates sitting in a government bank account right now.


How it works

You sign up online with them, give them your details and the names of the charities you donated to – that’s it.

They’ll collect the receipts from charities, schools and religious organisations you donated to and manage the IRD side of things so you can sit back and relax.

They don’t assume that you want to keep the money for yourself, they know you are already Supergenerous by donating in the first place. They give you the option to become a Supergiver by re-gifting the rebate right back to us. They handle that side of things too.

The option is yours.

If they secure your rebate, they take small 10% fee that allows them to keep operating and reaching out to more generous individuals like yourself.

Still have questions? Visit their website www.supergenerous.co.nz

Email [email protected] if you would like a copy of your donation receipts.




Do you shop online? Help us raise funds for free!

We’re on Rewardhub, a website where 100’s of leading brands reward us with free donations, at no extra cost to you, when you shop online and are signed up to support us.


How it works

You shop as normal and don’t pay a penny more, brands pay us to say thanks for the referral.

It’s an easy place to shop and includes special discount codes on big brands in fashion, beauty, entertainment, travel, utilities, money, homeware, food, drink and more.

If you sign up and start your shopping from the Rewardhub mall on our page, you’ll make your shopping count. You’ll also get a weekly email with special offers to save and raise.

To learn more and sign up to our page, please visit rewardhub.co.nz/perinatal-anxiety-depression-aotearoa

Rewardhub Donation Reminder

Keep track of stores that pay free donations to local causes you care about, with the Rewardhub Donation Reminder for Google Chrome. This easy-to-use extension for Google Chrome can be installed in one click. For more information click here: Donation reminder for Google Chrome

Switch Your Spend

How it works

It’s so incredibly simple, but it makes such a huge difference. Switch Your Spend provides the opportunity for people to redirect where a huge chunk (currently 50%) of the profits go from your essential everyday purchases.
Stuff that we all use, like toothpaste and soap, that you would normally buy from the supermarket can now make a huge difference to a good cause that’s personal to you.
You choose where the profits go! Neat, huh?
All you have to do is buy your essentials online instead of at the supermarket. It’s simple, that’s why it works.
Head to www.switchyourspend.co.nz to get involved.

Posse Teevy Tea

How it works


Pronounced ‘positivity’ – their aim is to use the art of fine tea to create positivity in every cup. Using the finest quality organic ingredients, their combinations are as unique as you!
Posse Teevy Tea believe it is the small things in life – like the gift of time to relax and unwind, that give the most pleasure. Take a sip of thankfulness and feel rejuvenated and restored – a thankful mind, after all, is a healthy and happy mind.
Posse Teevy Tea Supports Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Aotearoa (PADA) with 5% of all profits coming to us.
To buy your delicious Posse Teevy Tea and support PADA today, visit www.posseteevytea.co.nz

Do you want to do something to support us?


You want to help raise funds for PADA yourself? That’s amazing!

Whether it be to take part in one of our fun runs, hold a work morning tea, organise a movie fundraiser or compete in a sporting event of your choice, whatever ideas you have get in touch with us at [email protected]. We’d love to hear from you!


Cherie McKinnon running the 2021 Emerson’s Dunedin Marathon


PADA Supporter Cherie McKinnon is running the Emerson’s Dunedin Marathon walking the half marathon and raising funds for PADA. Since February 2021 she has been ‘pounding the pavement for PADA’ and every 10km walked, $1 comes our way!

You can read more about Cherie’s involvement and support her here!

Past Fundraising Events

Hannah O’Donnell movie fundraiser

One of our supporters organised a viewing of the movie ‘Herself’, along with yummy treats and a raffle, which was attended by a full audience in Pauatahanui Lighthouse Cinema in June 2021. Thanks so much Hannah, for all the work you did that went into organising this, and for the funds raised for PADA.


Billy Powell

In 2020, Billy Powell signed up to compete in the Longest Day – Coast to Coast race to raise funds for PADA and Lifeline. He ran, kayaked and cycled 243km in one day! Thank you so much for your support Billy!