Contact Us



Use the contact for above or email us at


We partner with call centers in Aotearoa and Australia. These are Public Outreach, Surge Direct, Raisers Hub, Xplore Services and Think Marketing. The numbers they call on, but are not limited to are; 09 222 0783, 09 883 4314, 09 884 0381.

If you get a call from a number you don't know, it may be from one of these partners, but we are happy to confirm that with you simply by calling us on 0800 AMNESTY or emailing us on 

Face to Face fundraisers:

Face-to-face fundraisers talk to people on the street or visit them at their homes to talk about the important work Amnesty does and how your donations impact documenting human rights violations world wide.

All face-to-face fundraisers are easily identified by their Amnesty uniform and a photo ID card.

During the week starting 24 June 2024, Amnesty fundraisers will be operating in the following areas:

  • Bellevue, Tauranga
  • Brookfield, Tauranga
  • Fresh Choice Mangere Bridge, Auckland
  • Four Square Tamahere
  • Greerton, Tauranga
  • Matua, Tauranga
  • Mount Maunganui
  • Otūmoetai, Tauranga
  • Papamoa
  • Pyes Pa, Tauranga
  • Welcome Bay, Tauranga

If you have any queries or feedback about this fundraising, please use our contact form above, email or you can call 0800 AMNESTY during business hours, or leave a message and we’ll get back to you.

It is often helpful to have the fundraiser’s name, location or address, and partner agency they work with. All our fundraisers will be happy to give you this information if you ask for it.

Physical address:

Our headquarters are located in the heart of Tāmaki Makaurau. Some of our staff are based in other parts of the motu, and our community groups can be found here.

Mailing address:

PO Box 5300
Victoria Street West
Auckland 1142
New Zealand

What we can and can't help with

Amnesty can help with

  • Connecting you to a global movement that is standing with humanity
  • Identifying systemic human rights issues
  • Advocating to change the laws and practices that marginalise groups of people

Amnesty can’t help with

  • Legal advice
  • Support for individuals who need assistance with complaints or claims
  • Information about agencies or laws in countries besides Aotearoa New Zealand