Tribute to Jonah Lomu - benefitting Kidney Kids

$8,060 donated
Given by 73 generous donors in 6 weeks

An opportunity to show our respects to New Zealand legend, Jonah Lomu.


All New Zealanders will be deeply shocked and saddened by the passing of Jonah Lomu on 18 November 2015.

Jonah was an icon not only of our national game, but also a humble and gracious man who represented what is good and decent about New Zealanders.

Jonah was also the patron of Kidney Kids NZ, a cause close to his heart. This page has been set up as a tribute to Jonah with all donations going to the Kidney Kids NZ charity.

Spark New Zealand Group's involvement (page creator)

We at Spark NZ would like to pay our respects to Jonah and his legacy by giving to a cause that we know was important to him, and encouraging others to do so too.

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Joanna Jean Williamson
Joanna Jean Williamson on 19 Dec 2015
Sorry about the Trust being low in funds, but just want to donate to the Kids Kidney Spark Charity as my Mother has suffered from severe nephritis on two occasions in her life. Kidney illness is no joke and I hope my donation goes a little way to helping bring someone's child the right medical treatment and to put that smile back on their face. My very heartfelt condolences to all of Jonah's family. Yours sincerely, Joanna Jean Williamson xxx
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Guest Donor on 16 Dec 2015
G.R. on 15 Dec 2015
I am foreign so I didn't know much about this man so loved so much by so many, many people. When I heard there is a fundraising page, I knew I'll donate something.
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Guest Donor on 15 Dec 2015
Maurie and Cheryl
Maurie and Cheryl on 15 Dec 2015
Pleased to help this amazing little family who shared their husband and dad with the whole world.

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This campaign started on 18 Nov 2015 and ended on 1 Jan 2016.