ANZAC Day - Lest we forget

$7,820 of $10,000 goal
Given by 278 generous donors in 8 days

This page is set up by Eden and Joyce-Anne so our colleagues can do our bit to chip in and support important New Zealand charities.

Wellington

During these difficult times, we are fortunate to be in a position where many of us can still earn our full income when so many cannot. We now have an opportunity to show our support to those impacted by Covid-19 through a voluntary donation. We have the opportunity to employ Mahi Aroha-giving from our heart to those charities and non-profits who provide important services.

Join the organisers Joyce-Anne Raihania, Eden Skipper and their colleagues of Te Ohū Māori do our bit to chip in and support New Zealanders during this time. Every month for six months we will choose a charity to raise funds for. The six charities will be chosen by a poll, aside from the RSA in recognition of ANZAC Day. We would like to thank all those who we can unite against Covid-19!

Ministry for the Environment's involvement (page creator)

A few staff decided to run a campaign to provide support for important services that are struggling during this time.

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Let's make it $10k   25 April 2020

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Matt on 29 Apr 2020
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This page was created on 21 Apr 2020 and closed on 29 Apr 2020.