Donating to Bricks for Life
The needs as of June 2018
This year, we have committed to funding all 70 farmers with sufficient fertiliser to cover all of their land (as opposed to last year, when we could only manage to fund fertiliser for a portion of their land.)
This year, they have bought their own improved seed, funded by the sale of surplus produce from last year, when their crops were double the norm.
Two months ago, we sent off $NZ15,000.00 to cover the first application of fertiliser, but now we need to send them the same amount to cover the second application, which they need to be using by the end of July.
So far, the newly planted crops, aided by fertiliser and good rains, are flourishing. But they need the urea to complete the process.
Currently, we have $6,000.00 of that $15,000.00 in hand. The cost averages out at $250.00 per farmer.
Any help you can give towards this project would be hugely appreciated.
Tel 06 326 8887
(please check opposite for the current international exchange rates)
Donations can be made in several ways:
Online to the following bank account:
Bricks for Life Inc
A/C No. 06 0729 0613936 00,
At any branch of the ANZ Bank, using the above details,
By Cheque (NZ only please), made out to Bricks for life Inc.
These can be posted to us at:
100 Worcester St
If you have donated by Bank Deposit or by Internet banking, please either fill in this form, or
download a Donation form in either .docx or .pdf (sample below) to print, fill in post back to us
I wish to contribute $__________ to support Amlaku’s
‘Seed and Fertiliser’ project in Baregota.
Payment method used: Internet Banking
Deposit at an ANZ Branch
I have enclosed a Cheque
Cheques (NZ only please) should be made out to Bricks for life, Inc,
and can be posted to us at:
Bricks For Life, Inc,
100 Worcester St,
Name and address details (for receipt and acknowledgement)
Receipts will be issued, but, regrettably, are not tax deductible.
I would / would not be prepared to contribute to the
ongoing costs of fertilisers for the next two years.
(Please cross out either ‘would’ or ‘would not’)