Even a small donation can make a big difference to the life of a child who has yet to experience the joy of reading and book ownership.
You can make a donation in a number of different ways:
Make a donation using our secure, online donation form at the right of this page.
Our most recent fundraising event involved renowned paediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson. If you would like to run a fundraising event that benefits Duffy Books in Homes please email us as we'd love to help you out!
Print and then complete the Donation Form and mail, along with your credit card details or cheque, to:
Duffy Books in Homes
The Alan Duff Charitable Foundation
PO Box 28-849, Remuera, Auckland 1541
Please email us to find out how you can make a regular donation by automatic payment.
Donate Your Desktop to Duffy
Donate Your Desktop is a unique concept devised by four young Kiwi entrepreneurs. It allows anyone with a computer to receive a different and stylish advertisement on their desktop every day (no gaudy junk mail style advertising allowed!).
Users simply install an application onto their computer that updates their desktop background each day with a fresh wallpaper sponsored by an advertiser.
As a result, 75% of the fees paid to advertise in this space are donated to charity.
All you have to do is visit the Donate Your Desktop website and choose Duffy Books in Homes as your preferred charity. If you use the programme for just 13 months you'll have contributed enough to sponsor a Duffy kid for a whole year!
The Giving Tree connects businesses with charities through custom-made Christmas cards.
For every card sold, $0.50 will be donated to the charity of your choice. Simply nominate Duffy Books in Homes as your preferred charity and choose from a variety of great cards!
Each card costs $2.00 - we believe that 25% is an excellent return to charities in a sector where this can often be far lower. More than 100 Duffy kids are receiving their books in 2012 thanks to cards purchased in 2011!
Please visit The Giving Tree website for more information.