Anglican Missions is grateful for the support and generosity of people like you who partner with us to keep our valuable mission work going.


GIVE on a regular basis to keep our work going by setting up an AP to the account number below. Perhaps monthly or whatever suits you best.

You can read about our projects here and our news page will also keep you up to date.

Do email us to advise at





Or you can make a one-off donation (either generally for our work or for a specific project) by:

  1. sending us a cheque to PO Box 12012, Thorndon, Wellington; or
  2. internet banking (plus you can email your address, and any further project support details to

    Account Name: Anglican Missions Board

    Account Number:  02 0585 0001796-00

    Particulars: Name or organisation name

    Code: (location or some detail on what donation is for – or just put ‘general’)

    Reference: (any other details)

  3. or follow the form below to donate by credit card.

Enter the amount you would like to donate for the projects/appeals you'd like to support (NZ$)

Vanuatu – Cyclone Harold Emergency Appeal
Polynesia – COVID-19 Emergency Appeal

Lenten Appeal 2020

(Closed, but donations accepted up until end July 2020)
All projects
Penman Medical Centre, Zababdeh
Diocese of Mara, Tanzania
Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre


All projects
Water project
House of Sarah
Ministry Outreach/Clergy support


NZCMS Mission Partners
Overseas Mission - Tikanga Pakeha (OM-TP)
Tikanga Maori Missions Council
Sharing Our Ministries Abroad, NZ (SOMA NZ)
Ambae: Recovery and Resilience Project

Anglican Missions General Donation

Total donation

Contact Details (for receipt)

The Anglican Missions Board is a registered Charity under the NZ Charities Act 2005 - Number CC22072. However please note: donations to Anglican Missions do not currently qualify for a tax credit under the Income Tax Act 2007.

Once you have submitted this form you will be redirected to a secure site where you can enter your credit card details. The charge will show on your statement as Anglican Missions.