Take on Red Cross Journey and challenge yourself to walk in the shoes of a volunteer responding to a disaster or a former refugee family seeking safety. Follow their journey, hear their stories and make a difference for people in your community and around the world.
How does it work?
Red Cross Journey is all about walking in someone else’s shoes. Choose a journey to follow, clock 10,000 steps each day between 8 May and 8 June and get people to sponsor you.
Along the way, you’ll receive updates marking your milestones and sharing more about your chosen journey.
By taking part and fundraising, you’ll be helping Red Cross do good things across New Zealand and around the world.
Which journey will you take?
Choose to walk Disaster Welfare and Support Team volunteer Kath’s journey and cover 240km during the month – that’s about 10,000 steps a day – or get a team together and follow the Tamim family's route to a safer life, covering 1,000km.
Registrations are now open. Sign up and make every step count!
It has been gifted to the city and the Art in Public Places Trust is willing to pay for its relocation, but where should the statue go?
Orders I have made recently include the following:
SPUDZ - fruit and veges. Great service and reasonable prices. Two hours notice required. Delivered to your door. Free delivery as far as I can tell.
EGMONT SEAFOODS - Range of fresh fish at usual prices. 200gms parcel increments. Also some frozen items. Standard delivery $7.50 but that could depend on address. I was only charged $5.
KIWI BUTCHERY - Good range of meat and meat packs. Normal prices as far as I can tell. Free delivery next day or later as nominated with minimum order $30. Minimum $10 for individual items - assorted meat packs to $100.
Cat has been hanging around our property since a few days. Vogeltown area