It's people like you that make our work possible.
Our work is diverse and far reaching, and would not be possible without the efforts of our amazing members, volunteers, staff and supporters.
We are always on the look out for energetic members, dedicated volunteers and experienced staff to join us in our humanitarian efforts.
You can make a difference - Annual Appeal 2015
Our annual appeal week is 9 to 15 March 2015.
Help New Zealand Red Cross respond immediately to disasters here in New Zealand and overseas. The funds that you help raise also support communities to prepare for emergencies and build resilience.
Find out how you can help as an individual, business or school
Become a member
Members make our world go round.
They form our branches and groups and make up our governing committees. Members are also essential for the work we do locally and many of our fundraising initiatives.
How you can volunteer
Every part of our organisation relies on volunteers to make it work – from our retail shops through to recovery work in Christchurch. Imagine yourself as a team member, responding to emergencies throughout the country, or landing your dream job in the fashion industry because of your volunteer work at one of our shops.
Our volunteers make a difference in New Zealand every day.
Cycle Cambodia 2015
Join New Zealand Red Cross in 2015 as we Cycle Cambodia for those in crisis. Every dollar raised will go towards helping protect the lives and health of people affected by conflict, disasters and emergencies.
Fundraise for us
We love our fundraisers!
Everyday kiwis make a difference by helping us fundraise. Every dollar raised will go towards supporting the work we do in your community.
Working for us
Have you ever dreamed of working for an international humanitarian organisation?
Well, you’re in luck – we’re hiring!
Donate to where the need is greatest
Your support is a sign of hope, helping to meet both immediate and longer term needs, whether it’s by providing relief to communities affected by disease, disaster and conflict or teaching life-saving first aid skills to students.