We’re thrilled that you’re keen to help us out! Endometriosis New Zealand relies on our generous community across New Zealand to continue to provide unique and professional services and programs to improve health outcomes for those living with endometriosis and persistent pelvic pain. We don’t receive any government funding, so it’s people like you who make all this possible.


Megan’s Journey to Ironman New Zealand 2023

“During my almost a decade of trying to get to the stage of completing an Ironman, I have battled with Endometriosis. It wasn’t until I was unable to live my life freely around my period that I noticed exactly how much it was holding me back. For most of 2016, I spent ways learning to try to manage horrendous amounts of pain. I became completely inactive, gained weight, and struggled with mental health. Yet I was told by so many people there was nothing wrong and my period pain was normal. I thought I’d truly gone insane! Eventually I found the help that I needed and started to slowly train towards my Ironman goal again.”

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Rob Racing for endo

For over 12 years, Rob’s partner Alex has been battling endometriosis. Without seeing the effects and the struggle first-hand, Rob would know almost nothing about this disease. To spread awareness, raise funds, and ultimately do his part for Alex and others living with endo, he will be participating in three 70.3 distance races starting this December.

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Hazza’s Run 4 Endo

Knowing that funds raised for ENZ and awareness of the condition, will enable more people to feel supported, and to break through the barriers of Endo – developing mindsets to turn Endo into their strength.On Friday 2nd December 2022, Harriet is took on a mammoth challenge. For eight consecutive days, Harriet ran and biked from Farewell Spit to Ross in the South Island. A total of 650 km!! 650 km is the same distance from Auckland to Wellington!!

“Knowing that funds raised for ENZ and awareness of the condition, will enable more people to feel supported, and to break through the barriers of Endo – developing mindsets to turn Endo into their strength.”

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Ella and Ben’s Ironman 70.3 for Endometriosis NZ

” I am fundraising for Endometriosis New Zealand, who’s resources have been extremely helpful to understand what is going on in my body, and explain to others a disease that is invisible. The work they do for young people, research and advocacy is huge for the endo community in Aotearoa. Competing in the Ironman 70.3 is going to be a very big challenge! But I am hoping that training for this event can raise some awareness about endometriosis and prove to myself that while this disease is part of my life, it doesn’t control it!” Ella

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Running for Endometriosis NZ

“It’s something I’m passionate about because I’m one in ten, and a number of my loved ones are affected by Endometriosis too. Raising awareness and sharing our stories is so important, so others can get help and support they desperately need, earlier.” – Nicole

Nicole will be taking part in the 10km element of the waterfront half marathon, in April next year to raise money and support the vital work NZ endometriosis does. 

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New World Howick 2022

For the month of April New World Howick supported us again for 2022!

Endometriosis New Zealand was selected by the Howick community as one of the three organisations they would like to support. Every time a customer shopped instore; they were given an opportunity to vote for their organisation of choice by placing a token in the organisations box which they would like to support.

$926.61 was donated to Endometriosis New Zealand, thank you so much! A very special thank you to Savannah who kindly went down to the store to receive our cheque!


Please let us know the details of your fundraising event by filling out this form and we will be in touch and provide you with promotional resources to help you spread the word about your event.

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