How You Can Help

 

“People around the world have a deep yearning to help children break the cycle of poverty but often think their involvement will make no difference. We can assure it does and you will.”

 

DONATIONS.

Please consider making a donation to support our work.
You can donate to where the need is the greatest or fund a specific project with
a one off donation or regular support of $20.00 (or more) per month.

 

SOME PROJECTS ARE BIG, SOME ARE SMALL, ALL ARE SIGNIFICANT!

(see Our Projects page for a list of projects)

Donations of NZ$5 or more are eligible for a tax credit.

YOU CAN

MAKE A SECURE ONLINE DONATION

 

 

OR DEPOSIT DIRECT TO OUR NZ BANK ACCOUNT

Fountain of Peace NZ
BNZ Invercargill
02-0924-0107983-00

Please add your name as a reference and email us at
info@fountainofpeace.org.nz with your details so
we can send you a receipt.

 

OR MAKE A PAYMENT BY CHEQUE TO

Fountain of Peace NZ, 1 Cumnock Street, Wallacetown 9816, NZ

 

 Fountain of Peace Children’s Foundation NZ is a Registered Charity (#48465)

OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP

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  • JOIN A TEAM. Travel to visit the Fountain of Peace project in Uganda where you can use your gifts and skills directly. Teams usually depart NZ  in May and October.

 

  • Become an ADVOCATE for the work of Fountain of Peace

 

  • Become a PRAYER PARTNER.

 

 

“I was born into a large family and my mother was then a subsistence farmer. The extreme pressure of poverty forced my mother to give me away to whoever wanted to keep a spare girl. I was only three. For many years, my heart ached with the question; why me? The explanation at the time and to date still remains, we were just too many for a single mother to look after and someone just had to go.

For many years, the voice that asked me who I really was kept growing louder, stronger and clearer in my spirit. A voice often triggered by what I saw each time I looked in the eyes of a suffering child. But who am I to these children? I am definitely no longer one of them, but I share with them an understanding of the world of neglect, abuse, and hunger. The scars I bare on my body and mind reminds me never to forget that I owe it to the children; to go back for them one at a time.

My desire has and always will be; for Fountain of Peace to be a strong tool in the hand of mercy that rescues children. That no child should ever be left in the torture chambers of poverty if we can do something about it.” Peace Ruharuza