Nourish Trust

  Wellington
Organisation page created in the Community category

Help Nourish@Christmas provide hampers of nourishing food to families in need in our local communities during what can be a tough time.

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  Wellington

Our aim is to provide support and care for our local communities, through providing nutritious food to families and school children across the greater Wellington region.

We chose the word Nourish as it describes our goal – We want all children, and their families, to have the food and care they need to live, grow and be healthy.

Under the banner of Nourish, we provide hampers of food to families at Christmas, across the Hutt Valley, Porirua and Tawa regions.

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We fundraise to purchase food to make hampers for families who are doing it tough at Christmas time. There are many beneficiaries across the Wellington region.

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Latest donations

Geoff Faithfull
Geoff Faithfull on 27 Jun 2021
Hi Team,This is my Tour Aotearoa 2022 entry fee in the form of a donation.keep up the fantastic work and hope to donate further closer to the event.
$100
Kerry
Kerry on 27 May 2021
$150
Jill
Jill on 27 May 2021
Private
Team Turk
Team Turk on 20 May 2021
Hope you make your target of 1500 hampers this year. Great work and much appreciated
$150
Barbara
Barbara on 18 May 2021
$200

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