Christchurch Shooting - supporting our fellow work colleagues
The Company is supporting an Emergency Appeal for the Christchurch Shooting Victims through Shabir Buksh (Penske NZ Inventory Controller).Canterbury
The Company is supporting an Emergency Appeal for the Christchurch Shooting Victims through Shabir Buksh (Penske NZ Inventory Controller) to help the victims of the Christchurch Mosques. A close friend of Shabir from schooldays was also one of the victims. It is beyond all belief that so many should have been killed and injured at their place of worship and our most special and heartfelt thoughts and prayers goes out to Shabir for his loss, to our other fellow Muslim work colleagues and all the families and loved ones of those who have lost their lives.
As you would have seen in worldwide news reports, all of New Zealand has been severely impacted by this horrific barbaric attack on two Mosques in Christchurch on Friday resulting in the cruel and tragic loss of so many people’s lives. Shabir has travelled to Christchurch with members of his Auckland Mosque to aid in the extremely difficult time ahead in preparation for the funerals at the Mosques in Christchurch.
As a member of the Mosque community, Shabir is in the heart of the Mosques community giving a helping hand in support of the two Mosques and families affected and we are asking for your support to help Shabir by encouraging all Penske employees to dig deep and “Give a Little” to this history-changing event.”
All proceeds raised from the Penske Network will be paid directly to the Almanar Trust which is a registered charity who will then forward on to all the effected families of those that died.
Thank you for your support.
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Our work colleagues have lost loved ones in this tragedy. Our company is setting up for our global work colleagues to give a little towards this tragedy.
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This page was created on 19 Mar 2019 and closed on 19 Apr 2019.