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We rely on your donations to enable us to continue in the development and implementation of our girl-focused, balanced and exciting programmes. Guiding enables the girls and young women of New Zealand to take part in an active weekly programme packed with life skills, education and basic values they can draw upon throughout their lives – helping them to make better choices, gain confidence, discover their passions and make a valuable contribution to their community. While our amazing volunteers put in thousands of unpaid hours of work every year, the increasing amount of girls wanting to participate in Guiding means we rely on your donations in order to keep our programmes running. Read on to find out how you can donate – or visit our Volunteers page (link to Volunteers) to learn about other ways you can contribute.


There are several ways you are able to help GirlGuiding New Zealand including: Online Donation, By Post, Automatic Payments, Payroll Giving

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Guide Biscuits

Proudly made in New Zealand. After over 50 years of production, our Guide biscuits are more popular than ever. Our girls often sell out quickly so we've made it easy-peasy for you to buy them online!

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Corporate Support and Partnership

We are always looking at ways of working closely with corporate partners to tailor a relationship that’s mutually rewarding.

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GirlGuiding NZ Foundation

The purpose of the GirlGuiding New Zealand Foundation is to promote and assist the development of GirlGuiding New Zealand.

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Keeping Involved

If you were once a Guide, Leader, volunteer or employee with GirlGuiding New Zealand, there are plenty of ways you can stay involved.

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The Girl Guides Association New Zealand Incorporated - CC22069 is a registered charitable entity in terms of the Charities Act 2005.