Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand is a non-government funded charitable trust, reliant on grants and donations.
“Zero deaths from breast cancer” – that’s the Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand's vision. Achieving it means pushing for new frontiers in early detection, treatment and support. The money you donate will help the foundation work towards more cancers found earlier, new treatments reaching Kiwi patients faster, and a longer life for people with advanced breast cancer.
All proceeds raised will fund research in New Zealand and to help local support services in each of the five House Tour locations.
Limited edition NZ House & Garden aprons for sale
Pre-purchase one of our limited edition NZ House & Garden aprons when purchasing your tickets. These aprons will be on sale for $15 with proceeds going towards Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand. Don’t miss out as stocks are limited. Aprons will go on sale at the same time as tickets. Aprons to be collected on the day from The Hub.
We’re currently looking for a number of volunteers to help us run the tours in conjunction with Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand.
These volunteers will be stationed at each of the houses helping with security, car parking and the flow of people visiting:
Shift one: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Shift two: 12:30pm - 4:30pm
These volunteers will be stationed at The Hub helping with general set up and selling raffle tickets and merchandise:
Shift three: 9:00am - 12:30pm
Shift four: 12:30pm - 4:30pm
As a thank you for your time and assistance you will be provided with a copy of the latest NZ House & Garden magazine and a ticket to visit the rest of the houses on the tour during the other half of the day!
Please email Erika if you’d like to volunteer on email@example.com or call 09 304 1220.
“I think it is a fantastic way to support a very worthwhile cause - Breast Cancer”
— 2017 Auckland tour-goer
“The quality of homes were amazing; the volunteers, coordinators did an incredible job”
— 2017 Tauranga tour-goer
“Fun day – all while supporting a very worthwhile cause - New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.”
— 2017 Wanaka tour-goer