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Ways to Support Us

Your koha will help ensure that YouthLaw Aotearoa can continue to support children and young people to access free legal help. Although we do receive funding from the Ministry of Justice, any additional funding we receive helps us to reach more young people.

Whether you choose to make a general donation, support a particular project, or remember us in your Will, your support is hugely important to us and will make a real difference. Thank you so much for your support!

Make a donation

Givealittle Page
Visit our Givealittle Page as an easy way to donate or fundraise for us!

Payroll Giving
Payroll giving offers you the opportunity to support YouthLaw Aotearoa by having your donation automatically deducted from your salary.

As with other donations, you are entitled to a tax credit of 33.33 cents for every dollar donated. However, instead of having to wait until the end of the tax year to receive the credit, you receive one third of your donation back immediately in your pay!

Speak to your Payroll Officer about making a regular donation to YouthLaw. If your workplace doesn’t support payroll giving, please consider making a monthly donation instead.

Leave a bequest

Whānau is important to YouthLaw so we know that when you make your Will, your first priority will be to provide for your loved ones. Beyond this, a gift in your Will to YouthLaw of any amount is welcome and can be stated in your Will or in a codicil (addition). When making or revising a Will you should consult your legal advisor to ensure it completely represents your wishes. We are a registered charity and our Charities Commission number is CC10505.

If you have any questions, or would like to know more about leaving a gift in your Will, please contact

Corporate sponsorship

YouthLaw is looking to partner with corporate organisations so we can help even more rangatahi. There are great opportunities for you and your company to create a mutually beneficial partnership with us. If your business would like to make a difference to children and their whānau, and you want to learn more about the ways you can partner with us, please email

Thanks to Thomson Reuters who generously support YouthLaw by providing improved free access to Westlaw resources.

Pro-bono help

YouthLaw receives pro-bono help from law practitioners from time to time, which we greatly appreciate. If you are in a position to contribute in this way, please contact

Thanks to:
Tompkins Wake law firm

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