Bakers will soon be working around the clock to bake more than 60,000 packets of lamingtons for the annual Alzheimer’s Appeal.
Countdown helps Kiwi families in need
Countdown stores throughout New Zealand will once again be getting behind The Salvation Army’s annual Red Shield Appeal to help Kiwi families in need.
Countdown recognised as Good Business Egg
Countdown has been recognised as a Good Business Egg, winning the Health and Wellbeing category at last night’s Business and Community Shares’ (BACS) annual awards.
More than $38,000 raised for Oxfam
Countdown and Countdown customers have raised more than $38,000 for Oxfam’s Cyclone Winston Appeal.
Charity Golf Day raises over $147,000 for Alzheimers Auckland
Countdown’s annual Suppliers Charity Golf Day has successfully raised more than $147,000 for Alzheimers Auckland, to help them provide support for people living with dementia and their carers.
Donate to Oxfam’s Cyclone Winston Appeal at Countdown
From today, Thursday 25 February, Countdown customers can donate to the Oxfam New Zealand Cyclone Winston Appeal for Fiji and Tonga at any Countdown store across the country.
More than 750 trolleys of food donated to those in need
Countdown customers donated more than 750 trolleys full of food to help families in need over the Christmas period, through Countdown’s annual Food Rescue Appeal.
Countdown’s Food Rescue program teams up with Good Neighbour
Countdown’s Food Rescue program is teaming up with Tauranga food charity partner, Good Neighbour. This latest partnership will focus on the collection of fresh and frozen food in Tauranga, to help Kiwi families in need. Good Neighbour, a not-for-profit organisation, will begin collecting food from Countdown Bureta Park from 4 December. The collection will begin with froz ...
Countdown kicks off Christmas food rescue appeal: Countdown and Salvation Army team up for the Christmas Food Rescue appeal to help thousands of Kiwis in need
Countdown and the Salvation Army have kicked off their annual Christmas Food Rescue Appeal to help the growing number of New Zealanders who have registered for food assistance.