New Zealand Red Cross are holding our Annual Street Appeal on Thursday 19, Friday 20 and Saturday 21 March 2020.
Please help raise money for our much-needed programmes and services here in Aotearoa.
This year, we are aiming to reach 4,000 hours of volunteer collection time. Any time that you can give will help us reach our goal!
It couldn’t be easier to get involved, just click on this link to see where we’re collecting – and sign up!
Or phone us on 0800 Red Cross
When amazing supporters like you help us fundraise, you help us do good!
You help us to deliver Meals on Wheels, NZ disaster preparedness and response work (inc. our Restoring Family Links tracing service) and our refugee resettlement programmes.
And please spread the word – get friends, family and colleagues involved too!
Or if you’re unable to collect with us, please help our volunteer recruitment drive by forwarding this sign-up link to anyone and everyone!
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With everyone staying home, it’s now more important than ever for everyone to be fire-safe. People can find information on our website - fireandemergency.nz...
We’re heading into winter, and with households self-isolating together, there’ll be more cooking at home, and more use of open fires, heaters, and dryers - all things which can increase fire risk.
New Zealanders can be confident that Fire and Emergency is well-prepared and ready to respond to emergencies as usual during the nationwide self- isolation period.
Please call 111 if you have a fire, we will ask you whether anyone at the address is self-isolating or has a confirmed case of COVID-19. Where this is the case, we already have necessary measures in place to ensure everyone’s safety including protective clothing, gloves, masks, safety glasses and mask.
Hi Neighbours, Social distancing is the new buzzword, but out in semi-rural areas the end result seems to be that people are "closer". Do you notice a greater enjoyment in random social greetings? Read the column below: