Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Online Dating for Donating provides a unique matchmaking service to help those with something to donate find worthy organisations who need what they have to give.

Individuals, organisations and companies can donate goods, time and discounts to schools, early childhood and not-for-profit organisations in New Zealand.

The process is simple! All you have to do is list what you have to offer, then Recipients have the opportunity to accept your donation. Alternatively, browse the Wishes section and if you can help, simply click "Fulfill Wish" to be provided with the Recipients details.

If they accept, they contact you directly to arrange delivery of the goods or make arrangements to utilise the time or expertise you offer. lets all users enjoy the following benefits:
  • Save time and money
    Think of the time and resource taken to store, sort and dispose of unloved, neglected, excess and unwanted goods. To add insult to injury, you may have to pay for rubbish bags, skips and tip fees.

  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
    Don't dump it, donate it! Give what you have to offer a new lease on life and reduce the strain on our local landfills.

  • Be a Tidy Kiwi
    DonateNZ helps you pass on things which you no longer need, helping reduce your 'spare room' stockpile of neglected items.

  • Get involved in your community
    DonateNZ puts you in touch with a whole world of new faces crying out for people like you to help out.

  • Target your support
    Specify your preferences as to whom and where your donation will go.

  • No money involved
    Constantly bombarded by people asking for more cash donations and sponsorships? By donating with DonateNZ it's the best way to give back, without emptying your pockets.

  • Donations get immediate results
    Recipients need what you have to offer, therefore the donation is put to immediate positive use within the community.

  • Use us as you need to
    No binding or fixed term contracts with us! Use as you need to complement your existing charitable initiatives.
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