Donate

DONATE

Be a part of helping create greater well-being in our community by making a donation to support our mahi.
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We have worked alongside the people of Feilding for almost 50 years offering services, support and solutions which help individuals and whanau become empowered to respond to change.

You can help us continue our valuable work alongside the community in the following ways:

Money

Donations can be accepted directly through our Givealittle Forum.

Donations can be accepted direct online banking to:


Manchester House Social Services Society Inc.
03-0626- 0631496-02
Please include your name and contact details.

Donations can be made in person at the Manchester House Social Services Hub Please visit us at 68 Aorangi Street, Monday- Friday 9am- 4:30pm.

With all donations please include your name and contact details so we can identify you and thank you.

Food

Donations of non- perishable foods and fresh foods (such as vegetables and fruit) are welcomed, used and appreciated by our Foodbank.  Donations can be made directly to our Social Services Hub at 68 Aorangi Street.

Items for Manchester House Op Shop

Our opportunity shop appreciates donations of good quality clothing, furniture, kitchen items, toys, and games. These can be made directly to the shop, or large items can be collected. Please email manchesteropshop@mhss.org.nz or call 06 3235434 if this service is required.

Time

There are volunteer opportunities available through Manchester House Opportunity Shop, at our Social Services Hub and as part of our Governance Board. Please email em@mhss.org.nz  to enquire further about this.

Manchester House supplies a desperately needed service to many people in our community less fortunate than others. Not everyone is able to provide the basic needs for themselves and their family, often through no cause of their own, and every donation can make a difference. Manchester House, Foodbank , the Senior Hub etc make such a difference to so many. We are fortunate to have such support in our area.

Dawn Nolan, Long term donor