In the name of charity

The AM Show's Duncan Garner, Newshub's Mike McRoberts, The Project's Kanoa Lloyd and Jono & Ben's Laura Daniel are all great New Zealanders who grace our TV screens daily, but they're also Kiwis who care. 

These four New Zealand celebrities are each auctioning off a one-of-a-kind experience with themselves in the name of charity. 


The Project presenter knows first-hand what it's like to need Women's Refuge so all the proceeds from Kanoa's auction will go towards helping women affected by domestic violence. The auction is for morning tea with Kanoa and a dress of the winner's choice from Auckland designer Ingrid Starnes.


Duncan is offering Kiwis a behind-the-scenes tour of The AM Show studios while the show is on-air along with a photo with the crew. All proceeds will go to a charity close to Duncan's heart, I Have a Dream Foundation. 


Mike is supporting Variety the Children's Charity by auctioning off a bike ride with himself around Auckland's Mission Bay. 


Laura wanted to support victims of domestic violence by backing the charity Shine. The winner of Laura's auction will receive two VIP tickets to her comedy show, Laura Daniel X Joseph Moore, in Auckland on May 19 and a meet and greet with Laura after the show.  

The four auctions close on May 12 and already have more than 70 bids! So start bidding and give back.


Stuff - Women's Refuge made 'a real difference' to Kanoa's life.