Donations over $2 are tax-deductible.

Network Kokoda has been approved as a Developing Country Relief Fund by the Australia Government.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

There are several ways you can join us in assisting the people of Papua New Guinea, and villages along the Kokoda Trail. 

GIVE A DONATION

Your donation can help Network Kokoda achieve worthwhile initiatives for the villagers along the Kokoda Track.

 

In Papua New Guinea, a donation of:

$50

funds the delivery of 10 Birthing Kits to a Health Centre along the Kokoda Trail

$500

funds the purchase of 500 fingerling Super Tilapia fish to mature in our fish farm at Iarowari High School and feed the students

$100

funds an English or Financial Literacy class for women

in Sogeri​

$1000

funds the cost of airlifting a sick child from the Kokoda trail to Pacific International Hospital in Port Moresby for treatment

$250

funds the purchase of a sewing machine for adult sewing classes

$5000

funds a scholarship for a student at Iarowari High School for years 9-12

WORKPLACE GIVING 

Network Kokoda is registered for Workplace Giving via Good2Give.

If your employer provides workplace giving, you can arrange for Network Kokoda to be added to your company’s list of available charities and you and your work colleagues can then donate directly to Network Kokoda from your pre-tax salary.

Your employer will usually match your donation further leveraging your charitable giving and contributing to the work that can be done by Network Kokoda in Papua New Guinea.

EVENTS

Please check our events page or follow us on Facebook for upcoming events and functions.

Proceeds made from our hosted events contribute to the ongoing work we are doing in Papua New Guinea. 

JOIN THE TEAM

If you would like to join the committee or volunteer in any way, please get in touch. 

Network Kokoda is registered with the Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission (ACNC) and endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient by the Australian Taxation Office.

 

Gifts such as financial donations, and the purchase of tickets to attend fundraising events, may be tax-deductible.