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Coeliac New Zealand relies on the generosity of its members, donors, and commercial partners.

Our vision is to help people with coeliac disease live healthy lives every day. Your donation will help to support our commitment to enhance and improve the lives of people at risk, or living with coeliac disease (CD) and dermatitis herpetiformis - particularly targeting the youth and vulnerable people in our community. With your help we can provide life-changing work in the community, educating and supporting individuals, whanau and entire communities to learn how to recognise and gain the skills to live confidently with this lifelong auto-immune condition.

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Hamish's Fundraiser to improve awareness amongst youth Coeliac NZ member Hamish McKay (the son of Pip McKay a long-serving member of the Coeliac NZ executive committee and later President) is fundraising for Coeliac NZ. He plans to climb the height of Mt Everest, 8849m, over four days by repeatedly walking up One Tree Hill in Auckland (as the downward metres don’t count because of the decline in altitude!). Climbing up to 10 hours each day over consecutive weekends Hamish hopes to reach his goal and fundraise $5,000 for Coeliac NZ. Having recently read Sir Edmund Hillary's autobiography Hamish was inspired to take on this challenge believing as Ed did that living life with determination, courage, and most importantly service to others provides value - and creates the positive in you! Hamish was diagnosed with coeliac disease in 2010 at age 9. He recalls..."Coeliac disease has left a gap in my memory of early schooling, and as a teenager and young adult, it’s been frustrating and limiting. I’ve always felt like the friend you don’t want to have over for dinner, I’m a pain at shared lunches, and so I've cheated with gluten many times and damaged my small intestine to avoid social anxiety. I would not wish this disease upon anyone, gluten is tough to cut entirely out of a diet and if you do start to eat it for convenience, like me, you might pay the price later on." You can also donate to Hamish's fundraiser via his Givealittlepage.

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Our account details are: Coeliac New Zealand Inc 03-1726-0020179-00 Please use your name in the reference field and please email admin@coeliac.org.nz with your contact details so we can issue you a receipt
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ABOUT COELIAC
NEW ZEALAND

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Your partner in
healthy living

Coeliac New Zealand walks alongside you for every stage of your journey with coeliac disease. As part of the Coeliac New Zealand community, you’ll get support, advice, and assistance when you need it, while we work with health professionals, gluten free manufacturers, and researchers to raise awareness of coeliac disease in NZ. Together, we can reach the day when every person with coeliac disease gets diagnosed quickly, lives a healthy life, and has the prospect of a cure.

ABOUT COELIAC
NEW ZEALAND

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Your partner in healthy living
Coeliac New Zealand walks alongside you for every stage of your journey with coeliac disease. As part of the Coeliac New Zealand community, you’ll get support, advice, and assistance when you need it, while we work with health professionals, gluten free manufacturers, and researchers to raise awareness of coeliac disease in NZ. Together, we can reach the day when every person with coeliac disease gets diagnosed quickly, lives a healthy life, and has the prospect of a cure.

LATEST NEWS

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11/08/2022
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Coeliac NZ is one of the first not-for profit organisations to partner with the startup Grossr, which has entered the meal kit and grocery shopping innovation game but delivers a twist that is designed to save money and provide greater personal choice. Seeing local restaurants, he grew up with savaged in the pandemic inspired Nick […]

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Coeliac NZ is one of the first not-for profit organisations to partner with the startup Grossr, which has entered the meal kit and grocery shopping innovation game but delivers a twist that is designed to save money and provide greater personal choice. “The problem with traditional meal kits is the expense, plastic waste, and lack […]

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All my life I have been a picky eater. I never liked how pasta made me feel so I hardly ate it, when people told me that weetbix gave them energy, it made me sleepy and I never understood how others could eat so much and feel full, yet I was always hungry. This was […]

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