Family Support overwhelmed by generosity

The local community has overwhelmed Waiuku Family Support Network (WFSN) with their response to the request for Christmas gifts.
Schools, kindergartens and daycare centres have assisted with the collection of items and Centre Manager, Kym Maynard, is thrilled with the results.
“We would particularly like to thank, Glenbrook Kindergarten, First Steps Waiuku, Pukeoware School for collecting gifts on our behalf and Sandspit School and Waiuku Primary school for collecting Christmas food items for us. It has made a real difference to the number of gifts that we have received this year and it is wonderful to have so many children involved in giving this Christmas and helping the community that they live in,” said Kym.
“We wouldn’t be able to offer these gifts if it weren’t for the generosity of our community. It’s been great to work alongside the schools and Early Childhood Centres, and we look forward to more involvement with them in 2018 and beyond.”
CAPTION: Kadia Riddle and Cajun Butler from Sandspit School present Waiuku Family Support Network Centre Manager, Kym Maynard, with gifts for their Christmas appeal.

Sandspit school’s Kadia Riddle and Cajun Bulter – head girl and boy with Kym Maynard.

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