The Child Cancer Foundation is a not-for-profit charity that provides emotional, practical & financial support to children & their families.
Short Shorts Day
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- 198 generous donors
Short Shorts Day at Spark is a day where we’re keen to celebrate summer while raising money for our shortest New Zealanders.
On Friday 10 February Spark employees will be encouraged to come to work dressed in their favourite pair of shorts to support our Kiwi kids through children’s charity, the Child Cancer Foundation.
With the last short week for a while, for one day, we’re keen for our staff across the country to be involved in something together and have a bit of fun by wearing a pair of shorts – all for a good cause.
We’re not proposing a showcase of the ‘shortest’ shorts, but shorts that people will feel most comfortable in – whatever length, colour or style. And those who aren’t so willing to pull on a pair of snazzy shorts, they can still donate and be part of the day.
We’ll also love our staff to share their photos and videos with the various offices around New Zealand, and even on Twitter with the hashtag #shortshortsspark.
So the ladies and gentlemen of Spark, get creative and let’s go short on Friday, for our little shorties.
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