Grace and Hunter Sweatember Champions 1

“Being told Hunter has a life-threatening genetic disease... I broke down...”

Only with your help and the help of kind people like you can we ensure families don’t have to face the challenges of cystic fibrosis alone.


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You’re already a generous supporter of Cystic Fibrosis NZ. Gifts like yours are what makes it possible for people like Grace and Hunter to get the support and services they need to learn to cope with their situation and look ahead to a bright future.

There are over 540 people in New Zealand with cystic fibrosis. Less than 4% of Cystic Fibrosis NZ’s income comes from the government. The rest is thanks to generous, compassionate New Zealanders like you. That’s why your gift today is so important.

If you are able, please make a donation today to ensure that every family who needs our help, can access it. 

You can either complete your donation below, or download the paper donation form and post to Cystic Fibrosis NZ at PO Box 110 067 Auckland Hospital 1148.



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Thank you from the bottom of our hearts

Thank you for your compassion for New Zealanders with this genetic condition which has no known cure.

I hope you can see now how your gifts to Cystic Fibrosis NZ can make such a difference to a family living with cystic fibrosis.

Before Grace was contacted by Jude, she felt alone. She felt isolated. She didn’t know where to go for support, or even what kind of support was available.

But there is help. And because of the support of people like you, Grace and Hunter are getting the support they urgently need.

However, there are many more New Zealanders, just like Grace and Hunter, who need help. Every year there are between 10 and 15 babies born with cystic fibrosis, and each family will require some level of support as they adjust to their new normal.

This is why your kind gift today will be life changing for New Zealanders living with cystic fibrosis.


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With your help families don't have to face the challenges of CF alone.