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Your tax certificate will be landing soon!

Your tax certificate will be landing soon!

A fairy tern with wings spread standing on a beach

Credit: Rob Suisted

As a nature’s future regular donor  you can expect to receive your annual tax certificate to land with you by the end of April.  

Look out for your certificate year ending March 2022  – a link to the online document will be emailed to you. 

If we do not have an email address for you, or you have requested a paper copy, we will post it to you.   

Claim your tax rebate  

Did you know that your donations may be eligible for a tax rebate? It can be as much as 33.33%.  

It’s quick and easy to submit your claim to the IRD. You can upload up to four years of tax certificates direct to Inland Revenue to claim your tax rebate – click here to submit your certificate.

Supergenerous can claim your tax rebate for you  

Supergenerous is a small, Kiwi social enterprise helping people claim their donation rebates and make it easy to gift rebates back to charities like Forest & Bird. That means you can make the donations you’ve already given go even further in just a few minutes. 

How it works 

You sign up online with them, give them your details and the names of the charities you have donated to and who you may want to donate your rebate to - that's it. 

They'll collect the receipts from all you donated to and manage the IRD side of things so you can sit back and relax. 

They know you want to keep giving a voice to nature, so they give you the option of becoming a Supergiver by re-gifting the rebate right back to Forest & Bird. They handle that side of things too. 

Register here or ask any questions - www.supergenerous.co.nz 

  • Supergenerous take a fee of 10% any rebate 

  • Supergenerous was previously called Fund a Future. 

Thank you for all you do for nature. 

Nature needs your support

Supporting Forest & Bird is one of the best things you can do for New Zealand's environment. We need people like you to support us, so that nature will always have a voice.

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