Make a Meal in May

Get your friends together and make a meal with a difference for Kaibosh’s annual fundraising appeal.

Make a meal at home or work, donate what you would have spent on a meal out and put food on the table for people in need.

For every $20 you raise, Kaibosh can provide 20 meals to those in our community who need it most.

You can make whatever kind of meal you like – brunch, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea, maybe even snacks to go with Friday work drinks.

As an extra incentive, you can also be in to win a delicious Boquita meal for four!

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Why Make a Meal in May for Kaibosh?

  • Cooking, sharing and eating food together creates community, and food tastes better when it’s shared.
  • Kaibosh cares for our community and our environment, and every Make a Meal in May meal helps us keep doing that.
  • You could win a Boquita meal for four.
  • It’s fun!

People are hungry in our community, but you can do something about it.

Make a Meal in May, donate to Kaibosh, and make sure no one in the Wellington Region goes without.

How do I donate?

Once you’ve collected donations from your guests, you can get them to Kaibosh by:

  • Credit card 

  • Online banking

    Account name: Kaibosh Food Rescue
    Account number: 38-9008-0520415-02

    Please include your name or company name as a reference for the donation.
    So that we can provide you with a tax receipt, please email us with the following information:

    • Name of the Company or Individual making the donation
    • Email or postal address
    • Telephone contact (we like to say thank you!)
    • Date and amount of donation
  • Cheque

    Please make cheques payable to Kaibosh and post to PO Box 9264, Marion Square, Wellington 6141.

How will my donation help?

Your donation makes a real difference to those in our community who are struggling to make ends meet. For every $20 donated, Kaibosh can provide 20 meals to those in our community who need it most.

All funds raised during Make a Meal in May go directly towards helping us provide quality surplus food to those who need it most.

What else can I do?