Do you want your donations to go even further?
Helping children and youth to thrive is one of the most rewarding things we can do. For our supporters, watching as their donations create sustainable change in the communities where ChildFund works is incredible.
However, the majority of our supporters are not getting the most out of their donations every year. Could this be you?
Did you know? Donations to ChildFund are eligible for a 33.33 percent tax rebate from New Zealand's Department of Inland Revenue (IRD). Yet, half of all donations made to New Zealand charities are left unclaimed.
If you think it's not worth the effort to claim your donation tax rebate, you're not alone. Most donors find it difficult (and time consuming) to submit their charity donation receipts each year. That's millions of dollars that could be used to make a difference.
That's why we've partnered with Fund a Future.
Fund a Future is licensed by the IRD to claim your donation tax rebate on your behalf.
Why should you claim your tax refund through Fund a Future?
Fund a Future is on a mission to help generous Kiwis like you do more with their donation tax rebate.
- It's quick! Signing up with Fund a Future takes only a few minutes, and then you're set up for years to come. No need to submit every year.
- It's easy! Once you've signed up with Fund a Future, all the hard work is done for you. They'll connect with the charities you've supported over the past 4 years, and make sure all eligible donations are submitted to IRD.
- You can use your rebate to help children to thrive! Fund a Future makes it simple to apply your rebate back to ChildFund to help children in need around the world.
Don't let your unclaimed rebates sit with IRD! Sign up with Fund a Future and claim your donation tax rebate now! If you have questions, give us a call on 0800 808 822 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Getting a tax rebate on my donations would have been really hard for me, but signing up with Fund a Future was easy. When I saw the option of donating it back, I thought that was really cool.”
- Shirley, Auckland