In our mission to improve the well-being of people living in the upper Coromandel peninsula, we need your help.

There are a number of ways you can help us, including:


Whether a one-off gift or a regular contribution, be that a little or a lot, we are grateful for any financial assistance we receive to support the important work we do in the community. You can use a credit card or Paypal account to donate to a specific CILT project or choose to spread your help across all CILT projects. Have a look at our donate page.

To donate to the Graeme Dingle Foundation Kiwi Can programme you can also go to and click on the donate button. Make sure you select to donate to the Coromandel region.

Don’t forget that you can get a 33.3333% tax credit back from the IRD for donations made to CILT – see IRD – tax credits


– Buy cleaning products from Able Products and CILT receives a 5% commission. See & nominate CILT at the checkout.

Sign up to Tiny Mighty Power. They will donate $50 to CILT or FYD Coromandel Kiwi Can (you choose) for every new connection and $10 if the connection continues every year.

Corporate Support

Our business supporters are important to us, whether that be via cash support, donations of products/services, or naming us a a beneficiary of a fundraising event. If you are able to help us in this way we welcome your support.

Leaving A Bequest

By supporting the Coromandel Independent Living Trust through a bequest in your Will you are not impacting on your current financial situation, but will make a real difference in the future, caring for people in your community – well beyond your lifetime.

Working for CILT

Because we value the team culture that we have developed so highly, we only hire people who will contribute positively to the culture of our organisation. Should you join us, you’ll be working with a fantastic team of people who are enthusiastic, positive, and believe in what they do. Refer to our vacancies page.

Volunteer for CILT

Because CILT is involved in so many projects around the community we are grateful for any assistance from members of the community. Refer to our vonunteers page.