Onesie Appeal 2022

 Wellington Free Ambulance's Onesie Appeal is back from 2-9 September 2022!










Onesie Appeal 2022


Every dollar you donate or fundraise will go towards keeping Wellington's only ambulance service free of charge for everyone who needs us.

Take part in our Onesie Appeal and together, let's keep saving lives free of charge!

If you'd like to help Wellington Free Ambulance in our biggest fundraising event of the year, click here to visit our official Onesie Appeal website and get your 'onesie-ful' fundraising underway.

There are many different ways you can show your support for Aotearoa New Zealand's only free ambulance service. You can sign up, create your own fundraising page, get your friends, family or workmates to support you, or simply make a donation. Whatever works best for you! 

How it works:

  1. Sign up here: spread the word and invite your family, friends and work mates to join you.
  2. Raise money: get everyone together, wear your onesies (optional!), and hold a fundraising activity.
  3. Donate: Make a donation and support Wellington Free Ambulance.
  4. Keep Us Free: All donations made will help care for people in your community. 

If you have any questions, our team are happy to help, and you can reach out by  emailing [email protected].



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You Rights & More info


Your Rights

As our patient, and under the Health and Disability Commissioner’s Code of Rights, you have the right to:

  • Be treated with respect
  • Be fully informed
  • Freedom from discrimination, coercion, harassment and exploitation
  • dignity and independence
  • Services of an appropriate standard
  • Effective communication
  • Be fully informed
  • Make an informed choice and give informed consent
  • Support
  • Respect of teaching or research
  • Complain

If we don’t respect these, let us know and we’ll do everything we can to put it right.

Support in the process

If you need support or help with making a complaint, you can contact the office of the Health and Disability Commissioner and ask for an advocate.
0800 555 050


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