New Zealand Cancer Society

Grayson battling on

Last year, the community rose up to support Grayson Swann, a Waiuku youngster diagnosed with T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. We were sent this photo from Grayson’s mum, Angela, who said that he is doing very well with his treatment, six months on. Last week he started delayed intensification. The Post Newspaper has been following Grayson’s journey. At three years old, his mum […]

$12,000 raised for Cancer Society

As said at her head shaving ceremony, Hazel McMillan is set to become an inspiration leader one day. On Saturday 11 November, in front of several hundred supporters and loved ones, Tuakau’s Hazel lopped her locks and donated her hair to be made into a wig. Thanks to the support and generosity from the community and local Franklin businesses, Hazel […]

A note from Emma’s desk— 28 November 2017

When I look at how the community I serve and live in rallied together to help Hazel raise funds for the Cancer Society, my heart swells with pride. I can’t express my gratitude for how generous and supportive Franklin, my friends and family have been. Together, Hazel, Helen and I have raised more than $12,000 for the Cancer Society. That […]

Calendar Girls still supporting the NZ Cancer Society

In June this year, members of the Onewhero Society of Performing Arts (OSPA) performed in an amateur theatre production of Calendar Girls. To coincide with the play, a few brave guys and girls took their kit off to be photographed for a Calendar Girls calendar, to raise funds for the New Zealand Cancer Society. Before their fifth show, 100 copies of the […]


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