Leason Whanau Whare

$53,386 of $50,000 goal
Given by 345 generous donors in around 3 months

The Leason Whānau who work tirelessly for others, lost their home in a devastating fire on the 13th February 2022.

Otaki, Wellington

Thankfully no-one was hurt.

This is our chance to give back to a Whānau that has given so much to others tirelessly over the years. Adi, Shelley and their 8 tamariki, have shared their home, their property with many, many people over the years.

A fire completely destroyed their whanau home - Long story short, Cyclone Dobi caused a tree to fall over, which hit the powerline, causing power surges - these surges resulted in electrical shorts in the whare which then initiated the house fire. The whānau had just left the house and the neighbours tried to stop it but were unsuccessful.

The Leason whānau do have both Home and Contents Insurance with AMI, however they are significantly underinsured and the insurance process itself is a protracted one.

Let's show them that their aroha and manaakitanga over the years has not gone unnoticed.

About us

The Trust's focus is to provide for the educational development of youth within the ART confederation area.

Use of funds

To assist with costs associated to rebuild their whare.

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Latest donations

Gaidhealtachd NZ
Gaidhealtachd NZ on 26 Apr 2022
Hi Leason family From the Gaidhealtachd community with love
$200
Kapiti College
Kapiti College on 14 Apr 2022
Kapiti College students Non Uniform Day
$930.70
Gabrielle Rikihana
Gabrielle Rikihana on 16 Mar 2022
You whanau supports so many through all your wonderful contributions you make - arohanui Gabrielle Rikihana
$50
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 16 Mar 2022
Private
Silent Angels
Silent Angels on 15 Mar 2022
Praying for you
$100

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This page was created on 14 Feb 2022 and closed on 14 May 2022.