Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved in the work of Christians Against Poverty to reach people living in poverty in New Zealand - below are some of the ways you can play a part:

Financial support

Our vision is to open a debt counselling centre in every major town and city in New Zealand within the next 10 years. This will give everyone the opportunity to receive life-changing help. We receive no government funding and rely on individuals and churches to assist in the expansion of this vital work.

  • Regular Giving: CAP regular givers are called Life Changers because it is only with their help that we can give people a life-changing solution to their debts and financial crises.

Your gift will enable more people to break the chain of debt and poverty. Thousands of people around New Zealand are experiencing practical help and hope through the work of CAP - made possible by the financial support of people like you.

Apply for a job at CAP
As CAP continues to grow and help more families around New Zealand, we're often looking for people to join the Head Office team.

If you love God, have a heart for the poor and a desire to show God's love in action, apply for one of the roles available!
Bring a CAP ministry to your community
CAP partners with New Zealand churches to lift individuals and families from poverty through CAP Debt Help, CAP Money, Job Clubs, Release Groups and all-new Life Skills.

Check out what it takes to run a CAP ministry and talk to your pastor about launching one in your community!
If you live in Auckland and have some spare hours during the week, why not come and volunteer at CAP Head Office? Simply get in touch with us and let us know your availability and interests. We also periodically need people to volunteer at events and in the evenings, so if you are interested in getting involved outside the normal 9 to 5, then get in touch.

Our Details


0508 227 111 :: FREE Debt Help

09 270 0334 :: Supporter & Media Queries

0508 422 769 :: Church Partnership Queries



PO Box 12041
Penrose, Auckland 1064



I don’t know what I would have done without CAP. They have been life-changing for us.
Lani & Kym
The best thing about being on CAP is the relief from stress. “I can even go in to shops and buy some small stuff for myself now, instead of only window-shopping,”

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