Get involved

If you would like to volunteer, get involved, and support our mahi, here are a few ideas to help you get started.

At home

How you can get involved from home.

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Signal boost

Share what you think about our resources – tell your friends, share on social media. If you have a website, please link to us.

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Recommend a healthcare provider

If you know of a great healthcare provider, recommend them for the database. You can also recommend us to them – we provide training workshops and free online courses.

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Give us your feedback

Your feedback helps us to deliver the best possible services. Your feedback is 100% anonymous. Let us know how we’re doing!

If you have time

If you have some time to take action…

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Hold a fundraiser

Hold a fund raising stall, garage sale, gig, house party, bake sale, or picnic! You can find our guide to organising community events here.

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Volunteer at Aunty Dana's Op Shop

If you live in Wellington, and have 4 hours each week that you could donate to GMA, we would love your support running our fund raising op shop!

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Get involved in community activism

Whether or not it relates to one of our campaigns, it’s always a good to see community activism. You can find some pointers here, and reach out if you need any advice.

Donate items or cash

If you have some things you can donate…

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Pre-loved clothes

We sell second hand clothing, footwear, and accessories in our fund raining op shop Aunty Dana’s. You can donate goods by bringing them into the store during open hours. Call to check if we’re currently accepting goods.

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Check our wishlist

We appreciate support with the things we need to do our mahi, and things we can pass on to trans people in need.

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Donate your spare change

We welcome donations big and small, one offs, weekly, monthly, anytime. Every penny makes a difference!