Help a family in Somalia this tax-time

No family should go hungry. 

Families in Somalia, just like Yasmiin’s, are facing unprecedented drought and famine.

Your gift before March 31 can help provide food for families this tax time.

Give Offline


You can make a donation using a credit card over the phone. Please call 0800 499 911, and one of our team members will assist you with this process.

Bank Transfer

You can deposit funds directly into ADRA New Zealand’s bank account.
Name: ADRA New Zealand
Acc No: 03-0175-0195559-01

Please provide your name as a reference, if you have not given before, please contact us by phone or email with your details before making the deposit so that we are able to provide a tax receipt.



What this means for you

You can claim donation tax credits from IRD of a third of your overall gift, meaning that if you have donated $150 over this past year, you can reclaim $50.

In April 2023, you will receive a consolidated receipt from ADRA that contains all donations you have made in the past tax year, including any you make before March 31.

How to reclaim your third

To reclaim a third of your donation, you will need to either submit your receipt online, or submit a physical copy of a Tax credit claim form to IRD. More information available here. If you choose, you can then donate your tax rebate back to ADRA to make your gift go even further and help create a future free from poverty for even more families.


Yasmiin and her family faced seasons of hunger and thirst as the drought gripped their homeland. A grandmother’s sole desire for her grandchildren to receive a good education, enjoy good health and find happiness.

Yasmiin was able to get a step closer to this hope for her family as she received help from a supporter like you, allowing her to receive aid, food and clean water without worrying where their next meal will come from.

“The support from ADRA has been life-changing for me.
With the monthly cash transfer, I was able to buy food and access clean water.”

There are many other grandparents and parents from her
community that are still trying to provide food for their family. Their
children still do not have enough to eat.  

Without help, families will continue to face famine. More
children are at risk of facing the devastating effects of undernutrition. 

Read her full story here.