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Ehara taku toa, i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini

Success is not the work of one, but the work of many

Why should I consider becoming a Dream Chaser Guardian?

Approximately 3 children a week are diagnosed with cancer in New Zealand. These alarming statistics mean that there are many families who face a very difficult battle and an uncertain future. Parents/Caregivers have to suddenly reshuffle life to ensure that their child receives the required treatment; however it can put an incredible amount of financial and emotional stress on the entire family.

Let’s work together to support these deserving children and their families. Together we can help ease some of the stresses they face. Let’s celebrate the bravery and strength of these children.

What do I get out of it?

  • Be part of a charity that is fun, inclusive, energetic, sensitive, family focused and transparent.
  • Dream Chaser takes an inclusive approach by welcoming supporters into the planning and decision making process.
  • Dream Chaser holds true to a “biggest bang for buck” philosophy which sees 100% of your weekly donation directed towards children and families.
  • Be part of the only cancer charity that is tackling Bone Marrow statistics. Both children and adult patients benefit from increased bone marrow donors
  • We act nationally, but our impact is international – the more donors, the more chances of people all around the world that may find a match.

Perhaps the most important benefit is the knowledge that you are supporting a charity established by dedicated parents who have been through the journey and know how best to cater services for children and families’. The Dream Chaser Foundation is committed to helping these families and prides itself on being transparent, inclusive and empathetic to the obstacles faced by children with cancer in Aotearoa.

How can I help?

By pledging only $1 a week, your money ensures that the Dream Chaser Foundation can continue to support children and their families. The more Guardians we have, the more children we can help.

But its only $1 a week, why should I bother?

The Dream Chaser Foundation is only asking for a small amount from each Guardian, this makes it a more affordable option. Collectively $1 a week adds up! With our wide support base, we are confident that many people will become Guardians.

What if I want to donate more than $1 a week?

That’s great! Simply set your automatic payment to whatever amount you feel comfortable with. If you would like to pay with your credit card we also have easy buttons at the bottom of this page with $1, $5 and $10 a week ready to go. Just click on the amount you would like to contribute a week, follow the easy steps and BOOM your a guardian.

Can I make a one-off annual payment instead of setting up an A/P?

You sure can, simply make a one-off deposit of a minimum of $52  into the Dream Chaser Guardian Account

Bank: ASB

Account Name: Dream Chaser Foundation

Account Number: 12-3217-0163111-51

Reference: Your Name

But I want to take more of an active role?

We encourage people to support the Dream Chaser Foundation in whatever way they can. We are always open to suggestions, advice, fundraising ideas etc. Just drop us an email contact@dreamchaser.co.nz

What about if I change my mind?

That’s absolutely fine, there are no contracts to make it as flexible as possible. So if you need to just cancel your automatic payments at any time. You can always restart them when your ready and able.

Sign me up!

Welcome aboard! Decide how much you would like to pay each week and click on the button below. This will take you to the simple automatic payment form, fill it out and BOOM your done.

 

Ehara taku toa, i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini

Success is not the work of one, but the work of many

 

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