You can be part of giving help and hope to New Zealand families trapped in poverty.

All around New Zealand, thousands of people make the work of CAP possible by giving regularly, raising money through a sponsored event, volunteering, working at the Head Office, or running a ministry in their church.

So if you have a heart for the poor and a passion to help lift Kiwi families out of poverty, click below to find out how you can be involved!

"I’m not a pastor or a preacher, but I’ve always loved helping other people enjoy themselves. People can't do that when they're in debt - it’s such a big weight. If I can help shed some of that weight, I’m all for it." - Dave, Volunteer

"I get to be that voice on the other end of the phone, reminding clients their future is not defined by their past or current situation. I have the opportunity to help clients thrive – and to plan for a future they never imagined was possible!” - Eilidh, Client Set-Up Caseworker

“I’m a New Zealander and a Christian. I want the best for the people of our nation Aotearoa, and to be part of something that is bringing hope, restoration, wholeness – that’s where my heart is. For me, an opportunity came along where I could do something.” - Sam, Chief of Operations, CAP

“As soon as I heard some of the stories of people being helped, I thought, “Wow, this is something I can totally get on board with!” - Tess, Life Changer

“I’ve never been a sporty type, but decided to step out of my comfort zone and do a mini triathlon to raise funds for CAP! I believe in their vision to lift people out of dark situations...and the triathlon turned out to be good fun too!” - Esther

“I was keen to run the marathon and raise money for CAP because I know the money I raised greatly helps Kiwis and their families who are in need.” - Michael