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Loyal customers get to spend their Loyal dollars on various projects from aid organizations and charities registered with Loyal. Visit our Partner Charities page to read about our Loyal aid and charity partners.
When you order a gift we allocate your dollars to the appropriate project, allowing the specific item to be purchased. For ease of administration, one bulk payment will be made to each beneficiary charity during the first week of each month. This will cover gifts redeemed up to and including the last day of the previous month. Your gift will be acknowledged by our partner charities once the payment is received by them.
Blue Light is a youth charity which has worked in partnership with the New Zealand police and community for over 30 years with the aim of preventing Kiwi young people becoming a victim or perpetrator of crime.
Through 74 branches the charity runs ‘TradeZone Kids Gone Fishing’ with its patron Graeme Sinclair, Bryan & Bobby, Rainbows End Fun Days, PCT Fear Factor, Driver Licencing Programs, Youth Mentoring, publishes a series of handbooks for Teenagers and their parents as well as providing residential Life Skills camps run in partnership with the New Zealand Defence Force.
In addition each local Blue Light branch runs events specific to their areas needs such as drug and alcohol education, holiday programs, after school care, camps for young victims of sexual assault, youth justice programs, kayaking, truancy and anti-graffiti programs, sports & family fun days, and a whole variety of events all aimed to build positive relationships between young people, the police, parents and the community.
Started by Kiwi mum Sue and husband Carl van Schreven, Orphans Aid International have grown to care for and rescue orphans and the poor around the world.
Orphans Aid programs include:
Tearfund partner with local community organisations around the world to help provide local solutions to poverty and the challenges they face, to bring about real change in the lives of people most in need.
With these partners we: