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Only 3 days to go Wig Wednesday

Published: Mon 18 Jun 2018 10:50 AM
Only 3 days to go Wig Wednesday helping Child Cancer Foundation
Only three days to go until Child Cancer Foundation’s Wig Wednesday - Wednesday 20th June 2018. What better way to brighten up Wednesday than donning a wig and having a bit of fun.
We have a number of local schools and business who are taking part, please let me know if you would be interested in talking to a school or Child Cancer Foundation Ambassador. A big thanks to those of you who have been in touch, the kids are really excited!
• Don your wigs on June 20th for Wig Wednesday – a fundraising day for Child Cancer Foundation with a difference.
• Wig Wednesday is open to schools, businesses and individuals – anyone who wants to join and show their support for Kiwi kids with cancer! And of course we ask you all to participate by donating or sponsoring those who dare to wear a wig!
• It’s easy to join in: register with Child Cancer Foundation at www.wigwednesday.org.nz and they will provide you with everything you need for your Wig Wednesday event.
• Child Cancer Foundation receives no direct funding from the government so relies on the generosity of New Zealanders. Thanks to Kiwis like you, they can be there for more than 1,700 Kiwi kids with cancer and their families, helping them navigate the child cancer journey, giving them support, strength and helping them maintain hope.
• Don’t mullet over! Register for Wig Wednesday by visiting www.wigwednesday.org.nz or call 0800 424 453.
Event Listing
• Wig Wednesday
• Wednesday 20 June, 2018
• Nationwide

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