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DONATION

Stand for compassion and comradeship

By making a secure donation through this page, you’ll be helping the RSA to provide essential support to the Kiwi men and women who put their lives at risk for our peace and freedom.

No amount is too small to make a difference. 

 

Make A donation

General Donation to the RNZRSA

Your donation will help our organisation support Kiwi veterans and ex-service men and women, and to foster and protect the spirit of Anzac right in the heart of our communities.

$5 $15 $25

Poppy Appeal

 

Your Poppy Appeal donation will be used to directly support our veterans, ex-service personnel and their families in need, whether or not they’re an RSA member.

 

$5 $15 $25

The Centenary History Project

Make history and assist the Massey University Foundation to publish the first definitive written history of New Zealand’s experience of WWI. Read more…

$5 $15 $25

There are other ways you can make a donation too

  • To post a donation, find the address of an RSA near you.
  • To donate via internet banking, make your deposit to account number 02-0500-0021094-00 (or 000 if your banking facility requires 3 digits in the last field). Use your surname and the code 4-1018 as a reference.If you'd like a receipt, email accounts@rsa.org.nz with the subject line “Internet banking donation”, making sure to add your name, date and the amount of your donation. A receipt will be emailed to you.
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That's the spirit!

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A GENUINE KIWI CONNECTION AT THE HEART OF OUR COMMUNITIES

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