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Poppi has found a new home courtesy of the SPCA.
"Poppi is having an amazing life with my partner and I, and her older brother in the Hutt Valley! Every night she sleeps on our bed curled up with her big brother Milo. Milo and Poppi are inseparable. They spend 100 per cent of their time together, whether its playing in the garden or cuddling together at night. She is a very happy and well treasured kid!"
This ground breaking, New Zealand first grant is available to support sustainable projects that benefit Upper Hutt and support Council’s Sustainability Strategy Goals.
Funding is available from $5,000-$100,000 with applications open until 28 February 2022.
This is one of Council’s Long Term Plan projects and shows our leadership in driving enhancements to Upper Hutt’s overall emissions output, community engagement, and sustainability.
Go to our website for more information and to apply: upperhuttcity.com/ssgrant.