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Help Ka'iulani beat Neuroblastoma

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    Ramari asks

    Kia ora Alexandra this is Ramari Taute-Samuels l live in Cambridge, l have only just read about precious Ka'uilani and would like to give a koha, is there a bank account l make a deposit into.

    MOB 0225245067

    Piki te ora ki a koe Ka'ulani ma Ihoa o nga mano hei manaaki koe i nga waa katoa.

    on 28 Dec 2018

    This question has not been answered yet.

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    Lani asks

    Hi Aunty Alex, Ka’iulani and family,

    We are the Student Leadership Group from Westmount School, Waikato Campus a small school of 150 students in Eureka - the outskirts of Hamilton. Over the past two weeks, we have held multiple fundraisers to support Ka’iulani and her ongoing medical costs. We have raised a substantial amount for you and would like to present you with a cheque at our next school assembly. We were wondering if you would like to please get in touch with the below email address to arrange further details :)

    Look forward to hearing from you!

    On behalf of the student leadership team;

    lani.brewer@westmount.school.nz

    on 6 Sep 2017

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    Siobhan asks

    In case you haven't seen this, PRRT has been used to treat Neuroblastomas at Peter Mac cancer centre in Melbourne,

    research results here:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26296147

    Info on peter mac here:

    https://www.petermac.org/services/treatment/radioisotope-therapy

    Happy to connect you with experts there if you think it could help. Wishing you the best, you are an amazing family. Siobhan

    on 24 Jul 2017

    This question has not been answered yet.

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    Rawiri asks

    Kia Ora

    My name is Rawiri and I am from Poihakena marae in Whaingaroa Raglan.

    We have had hui about Ka'uilani recognising she is a moko who has whakapapa links to the marae.

    We will be inviting a donation from the marae, as well as seeing what else we can do to contribute.

    Our next hui is the first Sunday of April at 10am at Poihakena marae. We will be having further discussion about Ka'uilani.

    Do you have an indication of how much you need? I will be asking that we also fundraise.

    I can be contacted at twwoth@live.com or 0224246974

    Nga mihi aroha

    Rawiri

    on 8 Mar 2017

    This question has not been answered yet.

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    Rawiri asks

    Kia Ora

    My name is Rawiri and I am from Poihakena marae in Whaingaroa Raglan.

    We have had hui about Ka'uilani recognising she is a moko who has whakapapa links to the marae.

    We will be inviting a donation from the marae, as well as seeing what else we can do to contribute.

    Our next hui is the first Sunday of April at 10am at Poihakena marae. We will be having further discussion about Ka'uilani.

    Do you have an indication of how much you need? I will be asking that we also fundraise.

    I can be contacted at twwoth@live.com or 0224246974

    Nga mihi aroha

    Rawiri

    on 8 Mar 2017

    • Alexandra Harrison Forbes

      Alexandra

      Kia Ora Rawiri

      Thank you so much for getting in touch with us about Ka'iulani! that is wonderful. I will ask Manihera (her father) to contact you personally.

      Nga mihi aroha,

      Alexandra Harrison Forbes

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