Being diagnosed with a blood cancer or related blood condition can be overwhelming, and coming to terms with it can create many challenges. The aim of the The Leukaemia & Blood Foundation (LBF) is to ease some of this burden.
“Is an innovative long term, prevention programme serving children with a parent in prison. Established in 1988, their services are delivered by professional social workers and volunteer mentors.
A small amount of movement at the symphysis pubis is normal, but in some women this joint may become unstable, causing too much movement in the pelvis. Because of the interconnected nature of the pelvic bones, instability at the symphysis pubis often also affects the sacroiliac joints, and vice versa. The Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction, New [...]
“It has been estimated that there are over 400,000 hearing impaired New Zealanders, 4000 of whom could possibly benefit from a cochlear implant and yet a good many of these people aren’t aware that the option exists for them to consider. Pindrop was set up to raise awareness and funds for Cochlear Implants (bionic ears) [...]
“In 1995, Henry Strongin Goldberg was born. Two weeks later, he was diagnosed with Fanconi anemia, a disease that threatened to take his life, and challenged people to live well despite it. Henry embraced each opportunity for living completely and reminded the rest of us to do so. His sparkly eyes, mischievous grin and infectious [...]
The Jade Bell Story is the fascinating exploration into the life and mind of a young man who has been to hell and back. Blind, mute and immobile, Jade is the living example of what can happen if you survive an overdose of hard drugs. Today, Jade will do anything to get his old life [...]
“Fund programmes that will in time lead to a major reduction in the usage of P, particularly by younger people. This deceptive and very addictive drug has no social boundaries. It is the modern day plague causing major damage throughout all layers of our society.
The White Tree Fund supports charities engaged in crisis response, humanitarian programmes, literacy &
“The Cookie Time Charitable Trust was established in 2003 with the purpose of improving the educational opportunities available to children and young people throughout New Zealand. It is entrepreneurial in nature reflecting its