WHAT IS WHITE WINTER?
Host a White Winter Event for White Matter Brain Cancer Trust
The White Matter Brain Cancer Trust is a charitable trust which has been established specifically for people diagnosed with brain cancer. This Winter, the trust is inviting people from all over New Zealand to host their own ‘White Winter’ event throughout August to help them raise money to enhance the quality of life of brain cancer sufferers and support them and their families by way of financial assistance.
How can I take part in WHITE WINTER?
It’s easy – sign up to register as a host by visiting: https://events.humanitix.co.nz/white-winter
Your ‘White Winter’ event can be anything from a potluck dinner, morning tea, picnic or breakfast – you decide! It’s a great opportunity to get together with friends, family or workmates and we encourage you to host your event with a white theme!
When can I host?
You can host your event anytime that suits you during August!
What will be included in my host kit?
Once we have received your registration, each host will receive a ‘host kit’ containing all the information you need to know, terms and conditions, payment instructions and handy tips to make your fundraising event a success, along with branded ‘White Winter’ coasters for your event.
When will I receive my host pack?
We’ll start sending out host kits as soon as you have registered, and it should take around seven working days (at most) to get to you.
How do I get to know more about the White Matter Brain Cancer Trust?
Browse through our site for more information about the work that we do!
However, you want to host, big or small, host your WHITE WINTER event your way this Winter!
Tell us all about it! We would love to see photos of all of your White Winter events throughout New Zealand – please share photos and stories of your events via social media using #WhiteWinter2019 or email them to
Please check back regularly for more upcoming events.
Thanks for your continued support of the Trust – make sure you follow us on Facebook for up to date information and events.