Donate now to a great cause!
Through everydayhero you can place a Credit Card donation in support of the Tranz Alpine Scooter Safari participants. It's simple, fast and totally secure. If you live in New Zealand your donation is eligible for tax credit and a receipt will be issued.
Simply click one of the buttons below. You can make a generic donation to the event organisers page, or support someone you know by adding your donation to their personal fundraising page.
If you wish to make a Cash or Cheque donation, you can give this to the rider you are supporting, or deposit it directly into the Cancer Society's account - more details regarding cash and cheque donations can be found on the FAQ's page of this website.
2016 Funds raised to date
The Cancer Society of New Zealand
The Cancer Society of New Zealand is an independent, non-government-funded organisation dedicated to reducing the incidence of cancer and ensuring the best cancer care for everyone.
Funds raised from the Tranz Alpine Scooter Safari help the Cancer Society continue their extraordinary work making sure those people living with a cancer diagnosis, their family, friends and colleagues and the health professionals that support them, get access to information and support from the moment of diagnosis right through to treatment and recovery. These services include a wide range of information and support for people diagnosed with cancer, and their families; accommodation for people needing to travel away from home for long periods while undergoing treatment for cancer; and health promotion initiatives, such as SunSmart, Smokefree and LiveSmart, that aim to reduce the incidence of some cancers.
The Cancer Society is New Zealand’s largest private funder of cancer research into the development of more effective treatments for cancer. This includes the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre which is internationally recognised for its outstanding achievements and currently has eight anti-cancer drug compounds in development or clinical trial.
For more information, please visit: The Cancer Society of NZ website.