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Better World donation programme

We'll donate $1.00 for every completed web order

You pay nothing extra. All donations are made from HealthPost’s operating revenue. All you need to do is select your preferred charity on the order confirmation page after placing your order. We keep a tally and publish our monthly and quarterly donations on this page - see below. Thank you for helping us make a difference!

If you have a favourite registered charity you’d like us to consider please encourage the organisation to fill out our online Charity Application form.

Click here to see videos and photos from of some of our donation recipients.

Your Current Charity Choices:

Charity of the Month - October: Quan Am

Quan Am Logo
Quan Am Foundation is a NZ registered charity, launched in 2011 to support children living in extreme poverty.  The Foundation's projects are based in Vietnam and Cambodia to support those lacking the basic necessities of life, or those abandoned by their parents.
Over the past 5 years, Quan Am Foundation has supported over 2,000 children and recently launched a child sponsorship program to enable children to attend school and receive an education.  Projects are sought for those most in need, such as charity schools to set up new classrooms, provide school supplies and uniforms as well as supporting teachers.  Quan Am has a strong relationship with pagodas where children have been abandoned, to ensure they have access to medical treatment, nutritious food and the building blocks of a future.
You can read more about Quan Am Foundation at

Oxfam NZ

Oxfam NZ Logo
HealthPost has committed $40,000 to kick-start Oxfam’s campaign to reach over 1million people by the end of 2017. With your help, Oxfam will work with local partners to provide much needed water, sanitation, hygiene, food and livelihood support. They will provide specialist support to women and other vulnerable groups to address their specific needs. 
West Africa’s Unseen Crisis:
A desperate and largely unknown humanitarian crisis is unfolding in the Lake Chad Basin, which includes Chad, Niger and Nigeria. It is compounded as a result of the ongoing conflict with Boko Haram and the military operations to counter them. It is Africa’s fastest growing displacement crisis – over 2.6 million people have been forced to flee their homes. Over a million children are feared to be trapped in areas under the control of Boko Haram. 3.8 million people are facing severe food insecurity and going hungry and in North East Nigeria, with over 1 million people are one step away from famine conditions. 
$40,000 can provide 800 hygiene kits for families of eight, including laundry and bath soap, menstrual items and jerry cans. Please join us in supporting Oxfam today.
You can read more about Oxfam NZ at

WWF China

WWF logoChina’s environmental policies affect the world. A good example is the bird that undertakes the world’s longest migration, the godwit. WWF China works to protect wetlands that are a vital 'refuelling' stopover for godwits on their epic flight from New Zealand and Australia to Alaska, as well as other conservation priorities such as the giant panda.
WWF’s iconic logo is testament to their work establishing giant panda reserves. Currently WWF China is vigorously engaging with communities, businesses and government to reduce China’s carbon emissions. Beyond the immediate benefit to people’s health, curbing these emissions is critical to avoiding catastrophic and potentially irreversible climate change.


Donations made to each cause to date from and

Better World charity HealthPost's donation
WWF China $27,814
World Vision - Zambian Health Centre $64,924
Oxfam Australia $2,024
September 2016, SAFE $9,696
August 2016, UpsideDowns Educational Trust $8,272
July 2016, Project Jonah $6,827
June 2016, Junk Free June $5,237
May 2016, Alzheimers NZ $9,628
April 2016, Glaucoma NZ $6,954
March 2016, Stroke Foundation of NZ $7,749
February 2016, The Graeme Dingle Foundation $5,728
January 2016, StarJam $5,584
December 2015, Forest & Bird $5,834
November 2015, Oxfam NZ $6,941
October 2015, Amnesty International NZ $5,807
September 2015, NZ Gynaecological Cancer Foundation $7,815
August 2015, NZ Howard League for Penal Reform $10,924
July 2015, Barnardos 0800 What's Up $15,882
June 2015, Cystic Fibrosis Association of NZ $15,960
May 2015, NZ Red Cross Nepal Earthquake Appeal $19,670
April 2015, HUHA - Helping You Help Animals $9,928
March 2015, Birthright NZ $5,624
February 2015, NZ AIDS Foundation $5,380
January 2015, BellyFul $10,398
December 2014, CanTeen $9,934
November 2014, Amnesty International Aotearoa NZ $2,454
October 2014, The Salvation Army $2,762
September 2014, World Vision NZ $2,148
August 2014, Oxfam NZ $2,550
July 2014, Perinatal Mental Health New Zealand Trust $6,822
June 2014, Pregnancy Help $6,658
May 2014, West Coast Blue Penguin Trust $8,512
April 2014, The Kea Conservation Trust $6,700
March 2014, Barnardos 0800 What's Up $8,282
February 2014, Kakapo Recovery $6,902
January 2014, Plunket NZ $8,516
December 2013, Save the Children $8,042
November 2013, Oxfam NZ $8,370
October 2013, The Mental Health Foundation of NZ $8,880
September 2013, Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter $8,212
August 2013, Sustainable Oceans Society NZ $6,808
July 2013, Golden Bay Family Health Centre $10,000
June 2013, Ronald McDonald House $8,268
May 2013, Cystic Fibrosis Association of NZ $8,226
April 2013, Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Trust $6,072
March 2013, The Muscular Dystrophy Association of NZ $6,330
February 2013, The Nelson ARK $4,650
New Zealand Red Cross $92,118
The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ $77,300
WWF-NZ $40,370
Royal New Zealand SPCA $20,412
HealthPost Environmental Fund $13,381
Total Amount Donated $680,279

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Fred Hollows thank you video

HUHA - Helping You Help Animals

HUHA Thank You

Red Cross work in Vanuatu

With Cyclone Pam causing catastrophic devastation in Vanuatu, we've asked that our latest donation to Red Cross NZ be used exclusively to help provide relief for the people of this island nation. The type of work Red Cross is doing in Vanuatu includes the distribution of essential household items, tarpaulins, shelter toolkits, safe drinking water and health and first aid programs. They will also be rolling out longer term recovery projects to support the stronger and safer rebuilding of damaged homes and of course the restoration and strengthening of livelihoods will also be crucial due to the significant damage to crops, livestock and fisheries.

Unloading aid in VanuatuDestruction in Vanuatu

VisionFund in Tanzania

Tanzania VisionFund Thank You

See also: HealthPost's environmental policy | View photos from our tree planting adventures

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