Greg Bryant's Home Taken in Cyclone - Everything Lost
- $7,565.00 donated
- 69 generous donors
Everything was lost in the cyclone or stolen. Greg is rebuilding from basically nothing.
The first of February when the cyclone hit the West Coast Greg's home was flooded with 5 metres of salt water. When he returned home from playing in the 2018 AC World's he found someone had broken in and taken any thing of value that wasn't damaged in the storm. It's not easy losing everything. When he went to clean up the property he returned to his new home to find he had once again been broken into and so many of the items friends had loaned him were again taken. Insurance won't cover many of the things he lost. He lost all his clothes, furniture, and possessions.
So many people have asked if they could help Greg and he has agreed to start this page. Even if it is $5, all your help is appreciated.
Use of Funds:
The money given will be used to purchase basics and help Greg to re-establish his home.
Page created by:
Greg is our Sport Development Officer for Croquet NZ of which I currently am the president. He lost all his possessions in the storm that hit the West coast. He has helped so many people in the croquet community and we want to help him during his time of need.
All funds raised benefit:
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Greg Bryant.
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