Steve Askin Family
- $372,899.57 donated
- 3,474 generous donors
Steve Askin died tragically in a helicopter crash. This is for support for Steve's young family in this time of need.
Steve Askin died tragically in a helicopter crash while fighting fires in Christchurch on 14 February 2017.
Steve was a family man, ex SAS member and a Kiwi hero. Naturally his family is devastated. Steve was a devoted family man. He has left behind his wife Elizabeth Askin and two beautiful young children Isabelle and Bowie.
The burden of how to support his family now lies with Elizabeth and Steve's families. If you are thinking "is there something I can do to help?" please contribute to the family's future in this time of need. Thank you for your support. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family at this time.
A bit about Steve is here (copy this link to your brower)
This is for support for Steve's young family in this time of need.
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I am a family member (cousin of Elizabeth) who is the delegated co-ordinator of this Givealittle.
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The Askin Family
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Elizabeth Askin on behalf of The Askin Family.
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