Tonga's National Centre for Women and Children says fundraising for money is their last ditch attempt to be able to keep operating at least until December.
NZAID pulled funding for the centre this year, despite having funded it previously.
Centre co-ordinator Fuiva Kavaliko says last month's fundraiser collected around 1-thousand US dollars to help them pay for staff and operational costs.
She says despite some government assistance, the Centre still needs to find another 5-thousand US dollars by December to stay open.
"We have applied for some assistance from AUSAID but they are looking into it and haven't been able to assist us right away. And at the same time others we've tried with like the Chinese embassy and Japanese embassy but so far we haven't heard back from them but government has given us some money for our operation but it's not enough."
Tonga National Centre for Women and Children coordinator, Fuiva Kavaliko.