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Fendalton Eye Clinic are proud to support the below organisations

Community Support

Fendalton Eye Clinic are giving $1000 to a good cause every month in 2019
So far this year we have made the following donations:

Toilet Twinning

In June 2019, Fendalton Eye Clinic donated $1000 to the charity Toilet Twinning.

Almost 900 children die every day from diseases linked to dirty water and unsafe toilets.  Toilet Twinning funds the work of international relief and development agency Tearfund.  This donation will be used to help provide clean water, basic sanitation, and hygiene education.



In May 2019, Fendalton Eye Clinic donated $1000 to Hope Youth.

For over 10 years Hope Youth Rolleston have been supporting youth of Rolleston in schools by Connecting, Journeying and Empowering them throughout their intermediate and high school years.

In April 2019,  Fendalton Eye Clinic donated $1000 to I AM HOPE,

backed by the Key to Life Charitable Trust, a fundraising and advocacy organisation, which supports young people who are struggling with their mental health.
Having depression is like walking through mud every day. So on Friday 5 April 2019, Fendalton Eye Clinic showed their support by putting our gumboots on!

In March 2019, Fendalton Eye Clinic donated shopping vouchers to the value of $1000 to Shakti following the Christchurch terror attack.

We can not know your grief but we stand beside you.
Shakti Community Council is a non-profit organisation serving migrant and refugee women of Asian, African and Middle Eastern origin.

In February 2019, Fendalton Eye Clinic donated $1000  to the “The Mayoral Disaster Relief Fund” which was established to assist those residents/ratepayers and business owners most adversely affected by the Pigeon Valley fire event that started on 5 February 2019.


What great work the firefighters have done in getting the fires under control. We want residents to know that we have not forgotten you. The period of recovery will take time. Our thoughts are very much with the people affected.

In January 2019 Fendalton Eye Clinic donated $1000 to Big Brothers, Big Sisters.

We believe in supporting and helping children, especially those who do not always have the privilege of a good role model in their lives.
“Changing the course of young lives, changes the future of communities”



“We know that families are stronger when they are close and support like yours is what helps to keep them that way.”
“On behalf of the Board of Trustees and staff at Ronald McDonald House South Island, thank you for your generous support of the M Factor Fashion Show 2018″



Huge thanks from the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB) to the Fendalton Eye Clinic for its kind donation. The RNZFB  is New Zealand’s main provider of sight loss-related services to blind and partially sighted people.  This donation has helped provide essential services to equip our members with the training, tools and tips they need to deal with their blindess and achieve their potential .  Since only one-third of our income comes from Government sources, we reply heavily on the generosity of organisations like the Fendalton Eye Clinic.

For more information about the RNZFB, please visit


Cholmondeley is a child focused, quality care facility that supports children during short stays when families are experiencing difficulties. Cholmondeley cares for Canterbury children aged between 5-12 years.

For more information about the RNZFB, please visit


The Gynaecological Cancer Foundation aims to inform and educate the community about all gynaecological cancers with the aim of increasing the survival rates of New Zealand women.

For more information about the Gynaecological Cancer Foundation, please visit

Family Help Trust operates child abuse-prevention services for high–risk families in Christchurch .
It confronts the causes of family dysfunction and provides client families with the skills they need to improve their lives, and those of their children.

For more information about the Family Help Trust please visit

The objects of the White Matter Brain Cancer Trust are to assist persons diagnosed with brain cancer as their primary cancer, and their families, who are in financial need. In particular, the Trust will provide financial assistance to these people :

  • to enable them to receive evidence-based treatment not available in New Zealand where that treatment is supported by their suitably qualified treating clinician
  • to enable them, or their close family members, to obtain respite or similar care and relief and/or to experience domestic and/or international travel or other suitable rest and recreation opportunities that will improve their quality of life.
  • carry out activities that support, or are ancillary to, the object of assisting persons diagnosed with brain cancer and their families who have a financial need.

For further information regarding the White Matter Brain Cancer Trust please visit