New Zealand Red Cross (Canterbury North Area)

Community Organisation

New Zealand Red Cross (Canterbury North Area)
32A Birmingham Drive
Middleton
Christchurch 8024
1188 days ago

Where ever needed New Zealand Red Cross is there to help

Steve Davis from New Zealand Red Cross (Canterbury North Area)

Sending nurses to the hospital for the camps in Bangladesh, IT and Telecommunication support to the local and international Red Cross response to the Earthquake and Tsunami in Indonesia, around the country and around the world New Zealand Red Cross is Here for Good.

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1441 days ago

TC Gita - Tonga Disaster

Steve Davis from New Zealand Red Cross (Canterbury North Area)

HOW YOU CAN HELP: PACIFIC DISASTER FUND:

The most effective way that you can help is to donate to New Zealand Red Cross’ Pacific Disaster Fund. This Fund allows us to respond quickly and effectively to the most urgent needs when a disaster hits anywhere in the Pacific.

100% of the money … View more
HOW YOU CAN HELP: PACIFIC DISASTER FUND:

The most effective way that you can help is to donate to New Zealand Red Cross’ Pacific Disaster Fund. This Fund allows us to respond quickly and effectively to the most urgent needs when a disaster hits anywhere in the Pacific.

100% of the money donated to this ongoing special appeal goes towards supporting communities in the Pacific affected by a disaster. New Zealand Red Cross has already released NZ$10,000 from our Pacific Disaster Fund to support Samoa Red Cross in its response.

You can donate via our website: www.redcross.org.nz...

Or via bank transfer:
- Bank name: ASB Bank Ltd
- Account name: Special Appeal
- Account number: 12-3192-0015998-00
- Particulars: Your first name or initials and surname or organisation name
- Code: PacDisF #CycloneGita

1601 days ago
1936 days ago

Attack on convoy - an attack on humanity

Steve Davis from New Zealand Red Cross (Canterbury North Area)

On 20 September, a Red Cross Red Crescent and UN aid convoy was attacked in rural Aleppo. As people in Syria continue to lose food, water, hospitals and schools, and others flee to safety in Europe, your support will make a difference.

Their stories - www.redcross.org.nz...

You can help - … View more
On 20 September, a Red Cross Red Crescent and UN aid convoy was attacked in rural Aleppo. As people in Syria continue to lose food, water, hospitals and schools, and others flee to safety in Europe, your support will make a difference.

Their stories - www.redcross.org.nz...

You can help - www.redcross.org.nz...

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