With flexible funding from people like you we’re able to do so much more to support the whānau and communities we work with. If you'd like to support our work it's easy to donate online – or maybe you'd like to consider making a bequest to support our work in the future. If you want to be more active in helping create change through donating and learning together, then Just Change may be a good option - see below.

Donate online

Help support our work now and in the future. Make a donation online by clicking on the button below.

Donate by direct credit

To pay by direct credit please make your donation directly into the following bank account: 03 0558 0023 973 03

Put your First Name and Last Name in Particulars so we know who you are.

Please email your contact details to to let us know you have made a donation and to receive your tax receipt.

Make a bequest

By including Wesley Community Action in your will you can make a lasting legacy and sustain change for a just society over generations. Recent bequests have allowed us to build new affordable rental accommodation.

You can leave a specific amount, a percentage or even all of it. Your gift is welcome no matter the size.

Please use our legal name, Wesley Wellington Mission (Charities Commission number CC40339 ) in your will, rather than Wesley Community Action.

Feel free to ring David Hanna our Director on 021 403377 or email him on if you want to talk more about making a bequest. 

Join Just Change

Just Change is a learning circle of doers and donors committed to addressing inequity together.

The core concept of Just Change is to connect a group of 'doers' (people leading innovative, grassroots community initiatives in the Wellington region) with a group of 'donors' (people who are concerned about inequity, understand the importance of community-led change and are willing to contribute financially). The group works collaboratively with pooled funds, learning how to build relationships across different communities and take collective action to address inequality.