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Extraordinary times mean giving extra. Help us go the extra mile.


Disabled people are resourceful and used to finding work-arounds to manage day to day, giving them some useful skills to call on in facing the COVID-19 crisis. Many disabled people are working right now on the front line in a variety of essential roles. But many are also isolated in their homes dependent on services and support that CCS Disability Action is providing.

During this crisis we have continued to provide in-home help such as assistance with showering, house cleaning, grocery and pharmaceutical shopping, support with accessing medical advice, information and advocacy.

We have provided physically isolated people with the means to connect to family, friends and community through internet connections, devices such as iPads, and increased data on their phones ensuring that they are not ever alone.

In instances where we cannot visit in person we have stayed in touch by phone, dropped groceries and medicines at the door and ensured vulnerable people receive everything they need to carry on. In order to keep providing support for disabled people at this time, we have had to be flexible, creative and push ourselves to go the extra mile. Especially our wonderful front line staff.

Extraordinary times mean giving extra and we are up for it. Will you help us go that extra mile?


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We work to make a real and positive difference in the lives of disabled people, their families and whānau across the country. Unfortunately, there is often a gap between the support people really need and the funding that is available to them and that is where we need your help.

We believe it’s a genuine privilege to be let into people’s lives. To stay true to our vision and values, simply ticking boxes is not enough. This means we regularly support people who would otherwise fall through the cracks.

Whether you donate a little or a lot, you will contribute to great outcomes for disabled people in New Zealand.

Donation options

There are a number of ways you can donate to us, depending on what suits you best. You can choose to donate to our work nationally or to your nearest branch.

Contact us

0800 227 200 

CCS Disability Action
PO Box 6349 
Wellington 6141


You can make a regular or one-off gift through your bank account or credit card.

Make A Donation

Internet Banking

If you would like to use internet banking, here are the details you will need:

Account Name: CCS Disability Action Inc
Account Number: 02-0568-0140030-10
Reference: Please use your first and last name as a reference

Direct debit

You can either get in touch with us and we can set up a direct debit for you, or you can complete this direct debit form and send it to us.


You can send a cheque to:

CCS Disability Action 
PO Box 6349
Wellington 6141

Payroll giving

Gifting through your pay is an easy way to make a regular donation. You will receive a tax credit instantly.

Please give your employer the following account details:
Account name: CCS Disability Action Payroll Giving
Account number: 02 -0568-0140030-00
Charity Number: CC30070

Donate your tax credit

You can choose to donate your tax credit to CCS Disability Action. You may be able to get up to one-third of your donation back from Inland Revenue. This means you can make an even bigger difference without any further cost to yourself.

To donate your tax credit to CCS Disability Action, download this tax credit form, fill it in, attach your receipts, and send it to the Inland Revenue. Please get in touch with us to let us know so that we can look out for your donation and send you a thank you (we will need your IRD number).

Become an ‘Everyday Hero’

We are lucky enough to be part of the Everyday Hero fundraising initiative. This programme allows you to seek sponsorship for activities and challenges that you love. with the proceeds coming directly to us. You can find out more on our Everyday Hero page.

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