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Other ways to donate include:

  • Purchase an entertainment book
  • Donate via Internet Banking to Endometriosis NZ, ANZ account 01-1845-0003670-00. Please Email us your details so we can provide you with a donation receipt for tax purposes.
  • Kindly send a cheque to:
    Endometriosis New Zealand
    PO Box 1673
    Christchurch 8140
    New Zealand

Regular Giving

Support ENZ by making a regular donation to our gifting programme and help us make a difference:

  1. Download and complete the ANZ Bank Automatic Payment form – click here
  2. Place the completed form in an envelope addressed to:
  Endometriosis New Zealand, Gifting Programme, PO Box 1673, Christchurch 8140.  Write your name and address on the back of the envelope (so we know where to post your tax receipt).
  3. Upon receipt we will complete and be in touch to confirm details.


A bequest is typically a specific dollar amount, specific property or assets, or all or part of your residuary estate (what remains after all other gifts and debts have been paid). A bequest can be included when making a new will or by revising your existing will by adding a codicil (addition).

Public Trust will help with the suggested wording to include a bequest or add a codicil. You can take the completed statement to your solicitor or trust company to ensure your intentions are clearly understood.

If you don't currently have a will or would like advice about the codicil process or other estate matters, please contact Public Trust or your solicitor.

We welcome the opportunity to thank you for this wonderful everlasting gift.

Charitable Trust details
WN/600876 (25 January 1994)
Charities Commission registration number CC 20902 (04 February 2008)

Pre-Booking Information – Please read and accept before continuing:

Endometriosis NZ is fortunate in having educators and advisors who are trained and well informed in the understanding, treatment, management and evidence based self-management of endometriosis and pelvic pain. Your ENZ educator / advisor is happy to listen to you and discuss treatment and management options in the hope that they can help you find the treatment path which best suit you and that matters to you.

We can provide education and well-health coaching to girls and women. ENZ educators and advisors are not doctors or nurses and are not trained counsellors. Please note that the service does not take the place of a consultation with a registered doctor or health professional.