We are here to serve

1,153,359

meals served globally

RRT displays care and compassion to people in crisis, providing free catering assistance and tangible support to emergency services, government and charitable organisations. Our team of volunteers are mobilised across the globe to serve where and when it is needed most.

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Our volunteers

14,500

people that care

Everyday in some small way, RRT volunteers lend a helping hand to people in need. Established in 2013 by the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church (PBCC), RRT is inspired by community spirit and the gift of giving, and is a way for our community to put our faith into action.

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Our reach

14

countries

We deliver help and hope to people across the globe with teams in Australia, the United Kingdom, North & South America, the Caribbean, Canada, New Zealand and throughout Europe. Together we are Brethren.

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New Zealand Who We Support

Emergency & Disaster Relief

When natural disasters unfold, you can count on the Rapid Relief Team to be on the front line serving emergency service personnel with quality food and refreshments, and providing tangible support to those in need.
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Homelessness

RRT has a heart for the homeless, and supports homeless missions across the globe by serving meals and donating blankets and other essential items.
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Youth

RRT volunteers help bring joy into the life of disadvantaged youth by supporting youth-focused charities that empower young people to grow beyond adversities.
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Health & Disability

When it comes to health and disability, RRT steps in to support government and charitable organisations that raise vital funds and awareness for related causes.
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Community | Compassion | Support

Help us make a difference

Contribute through monthly or one-off donations and support the Rapid Relief Team’s work across New Zealand

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Five loads of hay to hard-hit flood areas!

Making its way down the country, crossing over the Cook Strait, heading for the farming community in the Ashburton area.

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Noticed this article in the Kaipara Lifestyle Newspaper.πŸ˜€

The long-awaited new dementia unit will be a huge benefit to the Maungaturoto Community.

For more, see the link below
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For more about RRT visit rrtglobal.org/nz/
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Noticed this article in the Kaipara Lifestyle Newspaper.πŸ˜€The long-awaited new dementia unit will be a huge benefit to the Maungaturoto Community.For more, see the link below
https://issuu.com/nsmm/docs/kl_jul_27_21For more about RRT visit https://rrtglobal.org/nz/

Hundreds of children from around Hawke's Bay gathered in Napier for a day of food, fun and friends on the 17th Saturday this month.
Over 750 children from Wairoa to Dannevirke and northeast to Taupo attended the 10th annual Hawke's Bay Special Children's Extravaganza, organised by Special Children's Christmas Parties (SCCP), at Pettigrew Green Arena.
Rapid Relief Team NZ Napier volunteers were on-site to provide support and refreshments to all the happy children.

Special Childrens Extravaganzas Pettigrew Green Arena
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Cookie the Kookaburra flys in to cheer up the children at the Gisborne Hosptial,πŸ˜€
Trust the 12 kids in isolation with RSV virus get better soon.
Hope they enjoy Cookie as much as we do.πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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Cookie the Kookaburra flys in to cheer up the children at the Gisborne Hosptial,πŸ˜€
Trust the 12 kids in isolation with RSV virus get better soon.
Hope they enjoy Cookie as much as we do.πŸ˜€πŸ˜€https://rrtglobal.org/nz/Image attachment
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