The Wedding Gift NZ Charitable Trust

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Planning and providing wedding services & celebrations for couples whose lives have been affected by life-threatening or terminal illness.

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The Wedding Gift Nz is Taranaki based charitable trust that plans and provides wedding services and celebrations for couples whose lives have been affected by life-threatening or terminal illness.

Love is the greatest gift that any person can give or receive. At the Wedding Gift, we believe that in the darkest of times, Love can make the world a brighter place.

By giving The Wedding Gift we hope to bring a little light into a families darkest time, to create lasting memories, to bring families together in love and celebration and to help unite two people for whom Love - is everything.

The Wedding Gift is run entirely by volunteers both from within the Wedding Industry and across other industry sectors. Each member of our team gives their time without agenda or prejudice with much love and care in their hearts.

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The Wedding Gift NZ is a Taranaki based charitable trust that plans and provides wedding services and celebrations for couples whose lives have been affected by life-threatening or terminal illness.

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