Better World Donation Programme
At HealthPost we believe that the wellness of the individual is always connected to the health of the broader community and the natural environment. Since 2009 HealthPost has given $346,714 and counting, to vital charities (see below).
We'll donate up to $2.00 for every completed web order
You pay nothing extra. All donations are made from HealthPost’s operating revenue. All you need to do is check the box next to your preferred charity. We keep a tally and publish our monthly and quarterly donations on this page - see below. Thank you for helping us make a difference!
Along with our regular charities you can chose from a rotating Charity of the Month, which gives us a chance to spread our support more widely. 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.
Your Current Charity Choices:
Charity of the Month - October: The Salvation Army
Since 1883, The Salvation Army has fought poverty and social and spiritual distress in New Zealand. They are committed to their mission of caring for people, transforming lives, and reforming society and work hard to provide better options in life and a helping hand towards a brighter future for families and individuals. Within the New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory, The Salvation Army has over 3,000 employees who, along with a significant number of volunteers, provide both social and church-based services to over 146 local communities. Funds raised through the Charity of the Month will be directed toward their ‘Life Skills’ programme. ‘Life Skills’ is a unique course that targets vulnerable single mothers and their children and aims to move them from dysfunction and poverty to a healthy, independent future by building self-esteem and confidence through life skills training and support, and impacting positively on their lives.
More info: www.salvationarmy.org.nz
Building a future in which people live in harmony with nature.
WWF-New Zealand is part of the WWF International Network, the world’s largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation. It has over five million supporters and a global network active in more than 100 countries. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. This is achieved by working on the ground with local communities, and in partnership with government and industry, using the best possible science to advocate change and effective conservation policy.
More info: www.wwf.org.nz
New Zealand Red Cross
Helping people in crisis, whoever, wherever.
Red Cross provides assistance to millions of vulnerable people every year. Support is provided to those affected by conflict, disaster and emergency and to better prepare communities to cope with potential crises. New Zealand Red Cross staff and volunteers help over 24,000 people in New Zealand communities each week. Red Cross mobilises effective and appropriate humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable across the globe.
More info: www.redcross.org.nz
The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ
Preventing blindness throughout the Pacific.
The Fred Hollows Foundation carries on the work of a very special New Zealander, Professor Fred Hollows. Fred was an internationally acclaimed eye surgeon who championed the right of all people to high quality and affordable eye care. In the past twenty years, The Fred Hollows Foundation has restored sight to over one million people in some of the world’s poorest countries, often with a 20 minute operation costing as little as $25. We are committed to the fundamental right of health for all and are independent, politically unaligned and secular.
More info: www.hollows.org.nz
HealthPost Environmental Fund
Neutralising your parcel's carbon footprint.
At HealthPost we are committed to accurately measuring our carbon footprint, reducing and off-setting the carbon emissions produced by our deliveries and daily operations, and minimising our impact on the environment wherever possible. We offset our carbon through the highly regarded NZ-based provider Airshed. We’ve also partnered with Milnthorpe Park Scenic Reserve & Re-Forestation Project, and Golden Bay Coast Care, to do annual tree plantings in our local area. We’ve already planted more than 2000 trees in addition to our official carbon offsetting – learn more here.
Donations made to each cause to date
|Give Well Charity||HealthPost's donation (NZD)|
|New Zealand Red Cross||$80,565|
|The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ||$64,343|
|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|
|Royal New Zealand SPCA||$20,412|
|HealthPost Environmental Fund||$13,381|
|Total Amount Donated||$346,714|
Based on our customers feedback, the selection of causes available as our donation recipients may change from time to time. This page will be updated to reflect any changes as they occur.