Thank you so much to everyone who has kindly donated so far this year to this wonderful charity - Give a Kid a Blanket. We have just over 2 weeks of the campaign to go and just wanted to send out a reminder in case anyone else is able to donate items. Donations are understandably down this year due to COVID-19 and the need for support in our community is greater so we would certainly appreciate any further donations.
School Uniform Centre is pleased to be helping out the Give a Kid a Blanket registered charity again this year as a drop off point for the Eastern Suburbs area.
You can send in any new or pre-loved blankets, bedding etc up until July 19th.
Please note all Pre-loved items MUST be freshly laundered and be dropped off in a bag or box - we cannot accept loose items.
We will also very happily receive couriered items straight from stores.
Please address to:
School Uniform Centre
588 Remuera Road
We will be taking a register of the names and phone numbers of each Person donating, but if you could label the outside of your donation that would be wonderful.
We look forward to helping the wider Auckland community this year and spreading some love and warmth with all your kind donations!
Here's a bit more info:
Give A Kid A Blanket is a community action of kindness. We gather donations of warmth from across the wider Auckland area and gift these to kids and families in need through health and social agencies including public health nurses, Police, Community and Social workers. We want recipients to feel both warmed and valued by the community.
What to donate: New and excellent condition pre-loved blankets, sleeping bags, duvets, baby sleep sacks, winter bedding, duvet covers, pyjamas, beanies, socks, jumpers, winter coats, rain coats, cots, Moses baskets. We are only able to accept New Pillows and New Hot-water bottles
(NO other types of clothing thanks)
Donation Protocols (Covid-19)
All donations must be bagged or boxed, no loose donations please. All Pre-loved donations must be washed by the donor before donating.
Auckland will shift down to alert level 3 lockdown at midnight tonight.
Businesses will be able to operate using contactless options for ordering, pick-up, delivery and payment.
The financial blow of Covid-19 lockdowns on business has been harsh.
Are you planning to support a local business in alert level 3, and if so which one?
So many people say they are scared of speaking "in public".
There is a joke that many people would prefer to be dead rather than give a speech!
Instead, come along and see how Toastmasters can help you learn the right skills to present a speech well ....and have fun doing so!
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See you tonight ONLINE on ZOOM.
Meeting ID: 865 3250 8862
(Phone Barry on 027-270-7144, if you have any difficulty connecting to the ZOOM meeting.)
Two-week stay in dirty, bug infested MIQ room ‘unbelievable’
This is owned by us the community that live it the Mt Wellington Licensing Trust area.
I would like the Chief Executive Brent Robinson & the 6 elected board members (elected by us the community every 3 years ) to explain how this has been allowed to happen.
Here a few of the complaints.
1/ Dirt smeared on the telephone.
2/ Weeks of dust build- up in the grates of the fan and the back of the TV
3/ Food was awful most of the meals where inedible and arrived cold.
4/ Spiders in the shower and hole in the wall that ants trailed through into the bathroom.
5/ Room not vacuumed properly
Would you pay $3100.00 for this 2 week experience????
From what I read into this the Hotel is going to rack & ruin and will be worthless to us the community.
The CE & the 6 elected board members need to be held accountable as they are the caretakers to protect our biggest asset.
Thank goodness there is another election next year.
Please give some consideration to stand as a board member to protect our asset as clearly these people are NOT