You can help victims of the tsunami in Asia by making a donation, either through the telephone numbers listed below, or by clicking on the links at the bottom of this page.
Red Cross: 0900 31 100 for an automatic $20 donation
Christian World Service: 0800 74 73 72
Oxfam: 0800 600 700
Save the Children: 0800 167 168
TEAR Fund: 0800 800 777
World Vision: 0800 80 2000
Caritas: 0900 411 11 for an automatic $20 donation
UNICEF: 0900 864 23 for an automatic $25 donation, or 0800 243 575
Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA): 0800 499 9111
NZ Tamil Society: Donations for relief and rehabilitation work in Sri Lanka can be made to bank account 01-0281-0071058-84 or by contacting the society at PO Box 6428, Wellesley Street, Auckland.
Herald Appeal: The Herald and the Herald on Sunday are part of a major appeal to raise funds to aid victims of the devastating Boxing Day tsunami.
The newspapers are part of the Australasian APN Group, which has committed $100,000 to start the appeal. Half the money will come from New Zealand, where the appeal is also being supported by APN's magazines NZ Listener and NZ Woman's Weekly, and The Radio Network.
APN NZ National Publishing chief executive officer Ken Steinke said: "We want to show our support in a tangible way, and to lend our resources to assist members of the public to provide financial help as well."
Donations to the Herald Appeal can be made by telephone or at participating North Island BP service stations, which will have special cash and cheque collection points.
In New Zealand all funds received will be passed on to the Red Cross for tsunami relief. To make donations please dial:
0900 60010 to give $10
0900 60020 to give $20
0900 60050 to give $50
0900 60080 to give $80