Face to Face Fundraising locations

Here is where you can find IHC Face to Face Fundraisers during the week ending Sunday 25 April 2021.


Alert Level 1 update

IHC Face to Face Fundraisers continue to follow PFRA CovidSafe Rules and Standards.

Fundraisers contact trace and provide QR codes for contact tracing. Physical distancing of 1 metre is encouraged and where physical distancing cannot be maintained, face masks should still be worn. All fundraiser equipment and commonly touched surfaces are regularly sterilised. Hand sanitiser is available.

Face-to-face Fundraisers will be operating in these locations:


Location Suburb City / Region
Countdown  Mt Roskill Auckland
Drury Lotto and Superette Drury Auckland
Harvest by Huckleberry Grey Lynn Auckland
Mairangi Bay Dairy and Lotto Mairangi Bay Auckland
Meadowbank Shopping Centre Meadowbank Auckland
Milford Shopping Centre Milford Auckland
Repco Albany Albany Auckland
The Warehouse  Newmarket Auckland
Warehouse Stationery Warkworth Auckland
Mitre 10 Taumaranui King Country
New World Taumaranui King Country
New World Turangi Turangi
Four Square National Park National Park

Door to door Fundraisers are operating in the following locations:



  • Akarana
  • Arch Hill
  • Beachlands
  • Browns Bay
  • Castor Bay
  • Crown Hill 
  • Epsom
  • Forrest Hill
  • Grey Lynn
  • Hillsborough
  • Lynfield
  • Maraetai
  • Mt Roskill
  • Newmarket
  • Oaktree
  • Royal Oak
  • Sunnynook
  • Surrey Crescent
  • Torbay
  • Waiake
  • Waikowhai
  • Wesley
  • West Harbour
  • Westlake



  • Waiuku



  • Calton Hill
  • Caversham
  • Concord
  • Green Island
  • Mosgiel
  • South Dunedin



  • Clyde

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