Daffodil Day success

The team fromWaiuku ANZ and volunteers support theDaffodil Day fundraising campaign everyyear

The team fromWaiuku ANZ and volunteers support theDaffodil Day fundraising campaign everyyear

The Waiuku Town Square came alive with activity last Friday, as fundraising efforts for the annual Daffodil Day Campaign took place. The team from ANZ Waiuku and many volunteers gave their time to sell home wares and baked goods, with all profits going to the Cancer Foundation.
Over $10,000 was raised by the joint efforts of Waiuku ANZ and the community.
The ANZ Staff would like to say a huge thank you for everyone’s support for this year.
 

 

Jahkhya Mauroa-Pita, Benji Mattson, Savanna Stormont, Lily Oliver, Becky Drayson,Ruby Faithfull, Jacob Barton and Mason Baldwin from Waiuku Childcare Centrewere in the Waiuku Town Square to show their support for Daffodil Day

Jahkhya Mauroa-Pita, Benji Mattson, Savanna Stormont, Lily Oliver, Becky Drayson,Ruby Faithfull, Jacob Barton and Mason Baldwin from Waiuku Childcare Centrewere in the Waiuku Town Square to show their support for Daffodil Day

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