The Link Community Trust

  Auckland
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The devastating Christchurch earthquakes have not only literally changed the physical landscape of Christchurch but also the landscape of t

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The Link Community Trust responds to many referrals for help from individuals themselves plus from the Red Cross and other support agencies.

This has included: delivery of food parcels; help with housing relocation; financial help for those effected with redundancy; financial help with power bills; the purchase of fire wood; transport help; financial assistance for medical prescriptions; and ....

Through the gifts to the Link Community Trust we have been able to meet some of the needs resulting from the earthquake.


Latest donations

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 13 Apr 2011

    $750

    $750

  • Judi and Jonathan

    Judi and Jonathan on 26 Mar 2011

    Private

    Still thinking of you despite all that is going on in the world

    Private

  • Margaret & Jim McAuslan

    Margaret & Jim McAuslan on 18 Mar 2011

    $450

    with our love. You are all being supported in our prayers.

    $450

  • Joseph Pinto

    Joseph Pinto on 16 Mar 2011

    $100

    I was recently in Christchurch and I'm sure you will rebuild an even better Christchurch in the years ahead.

    $100

  • The Kings Community Church, UK

    The Kings Community Church, UK on 14 Mar 2011

    $740

    With our love and prayers for the work you are doing at this time. From everyone at The Kings Community Church

    $740


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