The Glenbrook Vintage Railway is in crisis.

We are facing the most challenging and desperate times in our history. COVID-19 has forced our railway to close its doors, causing us to lose all income and threatening the future of essential staff who enable our volunteers and operation. GVR was saved and rebuilt to serve the people and recreate history. Over the past 50 years we’ve brought joy and excitement to over 1.5 million people, and we have continued growing and expanding to contributing over $1 million to the New Zealand economy last year alone. With the challenge we are now facing, we need your support more than ever.

Please donate now and save our iconic railway for future generations!

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Frequently Asked Questions

For Media Enquiries:
Email: crisisappeal@gvr.org.nz
Mobile: 021 065 5780

Donate now to help save our iconic railway for future generations!

I want to donate by:

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Internet Banking

Please deposit funds into the Glenbrook Vintage Railway Charitable Trust Board Appeal Account

02-0160-0459793-025

Particulars: Crisis Appeal
Code: Your First Name
Reference: Your Last Name

Recurring donations can also be made to this account with receipts given as per your chosen preference.

Cheque

Please make cheques payable to:
Glenbrook Vintage Railway Charitable Trust Board

And mail to:

Crisis Appeal
c/o Glenbrook Vintage Railway
PO Box 454
Waiuku 2341

The Glenbrook Vintage Railway Charitable Trust Board is a Registered Charity under the Charities Act 2005 (CC10348).
Donations of over $5 are eligible for a 33.33% New Zealand charitable giving tax credit. Eligible donations will automatically be sent a donation receipt for this purpose if made via Givealittle or supplied on request for other donation methods.
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