Donate this Christmas
and Empower Girls!


But they are on a waiting list to join, waiting for a unit to open near them or for volunteers to be trained to support them. With more resources, more girls can get access to experiences and support to help them achieve their potential too. By donating to GirlGuiding NZ you are investing in girls, now and in the future. That means that you will give more girls the opportunities and support that Molly, Liz and Lara had.

Read and Hear their Stories


Molly Barker is 17 years old and a passionate Guiding member. For over 10 years she has been a member, starting as a Brownie when she was seven. Molly has moved up through the units, and now even volunteers herself at a Guide unit to support other girls to have the opportunities and experiences that she has had.


Lara was a Brownie and Guide in South Africa and is now a partner at PwC in Auckland. Lara is at the peak of her career and thanks Guiding to her success. Sisterhood, sense of belonging, leadership and community involvement are key lessons she still uses today.


Liz is approaching retirement after a successful career as a Chartered Accountant and Company Director. Liz believes that she got her first break, as a partner in a prestige accounting firm in New Zealand, and then onto an international role in London, because of her experience in governance at GirlGuiding NZ, and internationally.

How will donations help? 

Donations will help in so many ways, from recruiting and training volunteer leaders, through helping new units get off the ground, to developing exciting new activities. You’ll be giving girls the chance to make friends, learn skills and discover their potential. You’re growing a new generation of strong women 

  • $23.50 is the average cost of one welcome pack which include the girls Sashes and Girl Work Books  
  • $50 is what it costs on average for six Rangers to receive a Leadership badge 
  • $74.95 pays for one First Aid kit to support girls’ safety and welfare  
  • $100 is the cost of a term’s worth of equipment for creative crafts and science activities for five girls  
  • $200 helps recruit and train new volunteers which means more units for girls to join and more girls benefiting from all guiding offers 
  • $600 is the average amount needed to start up a new unit before welcoming girls, covering all the costs of essentials such as a First Aid Kit and training new volunteers.  
One Donation, Twice the Impact  

With thanks to four investors, your donation will be 100% matched dollar for dollar. But the investors pot of donations is only released once we raise $5000 from other donors between 1 to 18 December. So please, Give Big this Christmas. Help us get to $5000 and then your donation will be 100% matched!  

Thank you, Davis Funeral HomesDil’s Funeral Services, Graham Funeral Services and Seat Cars New Zealand for making a difference for tomorrow’s female leaders.
Thank you Morris and Morris for adding an extra $1000 into the pot of matched giving! Our new target to raise is $6000 and then every donation will be matched!