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LATEST...

  • Well done Ed Williams from Cornucopia for winning the Mondial PFRA Fundraiser of the Year award 2014!
  • APRIL rosters are now in the Member's section.
  • 'Member of' the PFRA logo now available in the Member's section
  • There is a new version of the PFRA Rule book dated 11 February (in the Member's section), please ensure all fundraisers have a copy
  • All door to door fundraisers PLEASE ENSURE YOUR TEAMS ARE WEARING BRANDED CLOTHING
  • Please take special care in Howick to stick to the zones (Rule Book) if you are rostered there. Thank you.
  • Please ensure you ALWAYS get permission to fundraise regionally

The PFRA regulating and monitoring direct dialogue fundraising

Greenpeace fundraiser CharlotteThe Public Fundraising Regulatory Association (PFRA) regulates and monitors all direct dialogue fundraising across New Zealand.

Direct dialogue fundraising (sometimes called face to face fundraising) is a means of raising ongoing, regular donations (usually by direct debit or credit card) from donors through street or door to door fundraising.

65.000 New Zealanders chose to sign up to regularly support a charity last year, donating over $42 millon in that year.

Twenty-three charities operate within the PFRA, more details of members can be found on PFRA members. Any organisation conducting direct dialogue fundraising in New Zealand should be a member of the PFRA.

All members sign up to a strict code of conduct called the Standard of Face to Face Fundraising Practice.

This site aims to provide you with key information about the PFRA and the face to face fundraising Industry.

You can also find information about the PFRA, our complaints process and information specifically for Councils or Business Associations/Local Boards.