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We helped over 18 million people last year to answer the question, What’s wrong with my skin?

Our website is owned and managed by DermNet New Zealand Trust, a registered charity. We rely on your generosity to deliver accurate dermatological information to health professionals and their patients.

This year, please consider making a donation of whatever you can, to protect and sustain DermNet NZ. We need funds to research and update topics and to expand the image library.  

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DermNet NZ - online for 20 years. As a supporter of

DermNet NZ, help us provide the world with the most
comprehensive and up-to-date online resource, all about the skin

 
 A/Prof Amanda Oakley
 Dermatologist, Founder, and Editor-in-Chief
 DermNet New Zealand       

 


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DermNet accepts donations in New Zealand dollars. For an exact calculation into your currency, use the currency converter at the bottom of this page.

Pay using Internet Banking (New Zealand only) 

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Donate by direct payment via electronic transfer or internet banking 

  • International transfer: Westpac NZ Ltd. SWIFT Code: WPACNZ2W
    IBAN: 030318-0118578-000
  • New Zealand internet banking: Account number: 03 0318 0118578 00
    Reference: Your surname. Code: Donation
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Volunteer

Become a volunteer writer or topic reviewer and/or submit high-quality images for our clinical image library. If you would like to volunteer or submit an article/image for review, please contact us.

Corporate sponsorship

DermNet NZ relies on generous contributions from our corporate supporters to continue maintaining and growing the website. Some sponsors provide an educational grant, and prefer not to advertise.

Sponsors will receive acknowledgment on our sponsors' page and a direct link to their website. We also allow the sponsorship of a specific page or topic. If you would like to sponsor DermNet NZ, please contact us.

Frequently asked questions

Q: Is my donation secure? 

It sure is. The security and confidentiality of your information is our highest priority. We protect your information and provide a safe and secure environment for online donations. We will not sell, trade or share your personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations, and we will only share personal information if you have given us specific permission to do so.

Q: Is my donation tax-dedutable?

The DermNet New Zealand Trust is a tax-exempt charitable trust and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of New Zealand law. To claim a donation, please contact us and quote your donation amount and date of payment.

Q: Can I donate towards a specific page or topic?

Absolutely. Some people like to donate in appreciation of, or towards the upgrade of a particular page or topic. If you would like to do so, we would love to know! Please contact us

Q: Can I leave a donation to DermNet in my Will?

Leaving a bequest in your Will is one of the most powerful and enduring legacies that anyone can give. To continue the values you cherish beyond your lifetime, please consider a gift in your Will to DermNet New Zealand Trust. For more information, please contact us.

Q: Can I volunteer?

We’re a small but passionate team, based in New Zealand with a team of doctors, health professionals, and medical writers worldwide. For more information on how you can contribute to the library, visit our volunteers page.

Q: Where does DermNet get its funding?

We survive on donations from our readers and corporate sponsorship. We also receive funding from the sale of clinical imagesAmazon Affiliate fees and advertisements through the Google Adsense network.

Q: Can my company sponsor DermNet?

We are looking for corporate sponsors. Sponsors are typically pharmaceutical or skin-care companies with evidence-based products or procedures in the dermatological market. We also provide sponsorship opportunities to other companies if we believe your products would be of interest to our readers. Learn more.

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Skin lesion photography

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