Fundraise online

Planning a push up challenge, donating your birthday, or maybe a head shave? Fundraise with your own online page.

It all starts with your great idea! We've seen our awesome fundraisers growing mullets, shaving their heads, walking the length of the country, donating their birthdays, livestreaming concerts, and even pogo jumping for mental health. In just minutes you can build and customise your very own online fundraising page and start raising money and awareness for mental health.

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How it works

  1. Set your own challenge.
  2. Set up a fundraising page by clicking the "Start fundraising" button.
  3. Share your page link with friends and whānau to sponsor you.
  4. Earn fun badges on the way to reaching your fundraising goal.
  5. Enjoy becoming a fundraising star for the Mental Health Foundation.

We'll be here to support you every step of the way. So what are you waiting for?

Te Araroa Trail hiker

Walk 1200Km

Do something amazing over the next 12 months! Sign up to Walk1200km in celebration of a loved one, to improve your own mental health, or simply to start open conversations about mental health around New Zealand.

You can do it in your own time and at your own pace. Squeeze in walks at lunchtime, before or after work , when dropping the kids off to school, on big weekend adventures, on holiday, on Te Araroa Trail or just around your own neighbourhood. 

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Donate your birthday

Got a birthday coming up? Not sure how to celebrate? Why not dedicate your birthday to improving mental health and wellbeing for everyone in Aotearoa by fundraising for the Mental Health Foundation. Share the kindness and ask your friends and whānau to sponsor your fundraising page.


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Contact our fundraising support team

' I've realised that it doesn't matter who you are, what your background is, whether you're rich or poor, mental health is something that connects us all. This walk has been a walk of connection. '

– Ivan Miller, raised $11,650 circumnavigating Aotearoa 2019-2020