51 days ago

PYJAMAS WANTED PLEASE!

Cecily from Pukekohe

On behalf of girls and boys at our lower decile primary schools, Pukekohe Community Action (PCA) is co-ordinating a call for new or clean, good-condition second-hand pyjamas to keep kids warm at nights. We have drop-off points at Top Notch, King St; Pukekohe Travel, King St; and the Pukekohe Anglican Church office, or we are happy to collect them. If you would prefer you can donate money for the pyjamas to PCA, identifying your donation as being PYJAMAS, and we will make the purchase on your behalf (Acc No: 12-3023-0071016-00).
Charitable trust receipts will be issued if you let us have your contact email or address.

This is an initiative of the Franklin Health Forum, which is under the umbrella of Counties Manukau District Health Board, and is being co-ordinated by Pukekohe Community Action. Any questions contact Jan Wallace 0274521366 or email pukekohecommunityaction@xtra.co.nz

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