Support our Victim Assistance Programme launch during COVID-19
Launch our Victim Assistance Programme. Along with our We Care gifts; our VAP is practical support to help victims & their families.Nationwide
As a result of COVID-19, our work with the NZ Police at their anti-drunk driving checkpoints has gone on hold and we are unsure of when our Ambassador programme will be up and running again to promote sober driving. So, we have decided to build on our support for victims and their families and launch our Victim assistance programme during this time.
Individuals, families, and friends can be greatly impacted and suffer trauma as the result of a drunk or drugged driver and we want to help. Along with our We Care gifts; we have a range of practical support and love that we want to show to individuals and families.
Helping them with travel costs, sending them food vouchers, covering additional counselling costs, or even donating towards funeral costs; we want to fill the gap as and when needed in someone else's life.
And you can too! Your donation will go solely to support our Victim Assistance Programme.
Will you give today to someone else and let them know that they are not alone?
No matter how big or small your gift, it says to an individual or family, you are not alone.
Thank you for your partnership with NESA.
When we all stand together, No One Ever Stands Alone.
NESA is a charity dedicated to uniting together against drink and drugged driving and supporting victims and their families across New Zealand. We are a registered charity #CC55917.
Use of funds
Use of funds will be to help with court travel costs, send food vouchers, cover additional counselling costs or a donation towards funeral costs. Any surplus will be set aside for 2021 costs.We will downsize our VAP for this year if monies are not raised.
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This page was created on 17 May 2020 and closed on 12 Jun 2020.