Senior citizen robbed
Fundraising for a replacement generator that was stolenNorthland
My mother-in-law in her 70’s had her generator stolen in the space of 20 minutes while she was in town shopping. She lives rurally in Kaitaia and is not on the power grid so this is her only source of electricity. My father-in-law is in aged care in Kaikohe due to a stroke so she is on her own.
She can not afford to buy a replacement being on superannuation so any donation, big or small, will help ease the burden and literally get the lights turned back on.
Iri has always given back to the community and attends the local Seventh Day Adventist church. She has a heart of gold and would help anyone. Scumbag, lowlifes have put her in an even more vulnerable position, I don’t see them having a heart at all and returning the generator.
Natalie Shannon's involvement (page creator)
The beneficiary is my mother-in-law for last 29 years
Use of funds
A replacement generator and secure locking so it doesn’t get stolen again -
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This page was created on 13 Aug 2020 and closed on 27 Aug 2020.