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Bench for Sophia

Closed Cause page created in the In Memoriam category by Megan Prentice for "Sophia Crestani"


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We are raising money to get a bench in honour of Sophia Crestani at the University of Otago, nearly a year since her tragic death.

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On the 6th of October 2019, Sophia went to a party where she tragically lost her life. Nearly a year on, we felt the need for a place for us to be able to come together to honour her memory. The money we raise will be used to fund a bench in Sophia's honour, underneath the cherry blossom tree in front of the Clock Tower at the University of Otago. With Spring just starting, the cherry blossom tree is a beautiful place to remember our beautiful friend. This will be a place where we can all come together to remember her, celebrate her and share our memories. Any donation is hugely appreciated, and from all of her friends at the University of Otago we are incredibly grateful. <3

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The money we raise will be used to fund a bench in Sophia's honour, underneath the cherry blossom tree in front of the Clock Tower at the University of Otago. Any surplus money will be donated to the Sophia Michelle McMillan Crestani Scholarship.


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Morgan
Morgan on 24 Sep 2020
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Guest Donor on 23 Sep 2020
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Laura
Laura on 20 Sep 2020
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Brigitte
Brigitte on 19 Sep 2020
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Max
Max on 19 Sep 2020
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Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, Megan Prentice on behalf of Sophia Crestani

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This page was created on 15 Sep 2020 and closed on 29 Sep 2020.
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