Grants & Donations

Grants & Donations

Your support will assist us in creating more innovative options for the people we support.

Please choose from an option below or go to our Givealittle page to donate

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Make a Donation

We have a number of options for making a donation to SkillWise:

Online one-off or regular payments can be made into our bank account: 03-1704-0029498-00 Please enter your name as a reference and email us your contact details if you would like a receipt.

Visit our offices to make a donation via eftpos 

Go to our Givealittle page to support specific fundraising campaigns or to make a one-off donation to us


SkillWise appreciates and takes pleasure in acknowledging the financial support of the following organisations:

  1. ACE Aotearoa
  2. Aotearoa Gaming Trust
  3. Blogg Charitable Trust
  4. Christchurch City Council - Strengthening Communities Fund
  5. Creative New Zealand - Creative Communities Fund
  6. David Ellison Charitable Trust
  7. Foodstuffs Community Trust
  8. Frozen Funds Charitable Trust
  9. G & J Gallagher Foundation
  10. Holdsworth Charitable Trust
  11. IHC Foundation
  12. JM. Butland Charitable Trust
  13. John Ilott Charitable Trust
  14. Jones Foundation
  15. Keith Laugesen Charitable Trust
  16. Kiwi Gaming Foundation
  17. Lamar Charitable Trust
  18. Lion Foundation
  19. Mackenzie Charitable Foundation
  20. Mainland Foundation
  21. Maurice Carter Charitable Trust
  22. NZ Community Trust
  23. One Foundation
  24. Philip Brown Fund
  25. Pub Charity Ltd
  26. Rata Foundation
  27. Rehabilitation Welfare Trust
  28. Roy Owen Dixey Charitable Trust
  29. Sargood Bequest
  30. Stout Trust
  31. The Trusts Community Foundation
  32. William Toomey Charitable Trust
  33. Youthtown Trust

Their generosity enables SkillWise to continue to support adults with intellectual disability to integrate and participate in the wider community.

We also value the ongoing support of the Ministry of Social Development, Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People, Tertiary Education Commission and Te Whatu Ora - Waitaha Canterbury.