Donate to Arts Access Aotearoa
You can help Arts Access Aotearoa increase access to the arts for everyone in New Zealand.
Arts Access Aotearoa is a registered charitable trust (C33533) and you can claim a tax credit on any donation of $5 or more.
How to make a donation
If you have a credit card (Visa or MasterCard), you can make easy, secure, tax-deductible online donations to Arts Access Aotearoa through our Online Donation Form:
You can also make a tax deductible donation to our work with a direct credit, or recurring automatic payment, to our bank account: 03-0502-0040862-00 / Arts Access Aotearoa Whakahauhau Katoa o Hanga Charitable Trust.
Please include "donation" in the reference field and provide your contact details to Dawa Devereux (E: email@example.com T: 04 802 4349) so we can say thank you and issue your donation receipt.
How it works: if your employer offers a payroll giving scheme, choose the organisation/s you would like to support from the IRD list of approved donee organisations. Your employer deducts the money on your behalf and passes it onto the organisation.
For every dollar you donate you get 33.33 cents back as a tax credit, reducing the amount of PAYE or withholding tax you pay. Even better, you don't need to do anything at the end of the tax year as you've already received the tax credits.
How to get started:
1. Check with your employer if they offer payroll giving
2. Check the organisation is on the IRD approved list (yes, Arts Access Aotearoa is on the list!)
3. Let your employer or payer know:
- the name of the organisation (Arts Access Aotearoa Whakahauhau Katoa o Hanga Charitable Trust)
- the organisation's bank account number (03-0502-0040862-00)
- how much you want to donate
- when you want to donate
Leave a gift in your will
A bequest or legacy is a gift left in your will that will help us ensure that future generations will experience art and creativity without barriers. For more information: Make a lasting difference, leave a gift in your will
Give a regular donation as a Friend of Arts Access Aotearoa
Becoming a regular donor, through payroll giving or via a recurring direct debit or credit card payment, means you are a Friend of Arts Access Aotearoa.
As a friend, you will be kept up to date with events and activities throughout the year and your regular donation will support our work to ensure all people can participate in the arts either as creators or audience members. Every dollar you donate will benefit artists, people and communities through out New Zealand.
If you would like information about becoming a Friend of Arts Access Aotearoa, please contact Dawa Devereux (E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 04 802 4349)
Sponsorship and corporate support
By sponsoring Arts Access Aotearoa, your business can be strategically aligned with a national arts charity that increases access to the arts for everyone in New Zealand. If you would like more information about how you can support Arts Access Aotearoa, please contact Richard Benge, Executive Director (T: 04 802 4349 or 021 217 1002 E: email@example.com).
Other ways to support
Donations of materials to creative spaces
Creative spaces often have limited resources and welcome donations of materials such as paint, paper, wool and cardboard. In fact, the possibilities are endless: most creative spaces are expert at recycling most things. If you would like to make a donation, please contact a creative space on our Creative Spaces Directory or Dawa Devereux (E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 04 802 4349) for more information.
Donations of materials to prisons
Arts Access Aotearoa has a contract with the Department of Corrections to support arts activities in prisons around New Zealand. This means we engage with Corrections staff, artists, volunteers and community groups and support them to deliver arts activities.
If you have high quality art books and art materials you would like to donate to prisons, please get in touch with Chris Ulutupu, Arts in Corrections Advisor (E: email@example.com T: 04 802 4349)
Thank you for your interest in making a donation to Arts Access Aotearoa. Everything we do is to ensure that everyone can experience the arts in New Zealand, whatever their circumstances. This can be life-affirming for people who face barriers to accessing the arts.