One year on from the first Canterbury earthquake, we declared Friday 2 September aftersocks day and had a big sales drive to raise yet more funds for the Christchurch Mayoral Fund.
In Taranaki Shirley Read and friends sold aftersocks at the Taranaki District Council offices in the morning, before selling at the Central City Mall in the afternoon. Sales were hot!
In Wellington national office staff visited Telecom offices all over the city, where a looming Father’s Day gave a special impetus to sales!
Fiona Gower and Christine Pikett led an impromptu aftersocks sales team in Auckland, with similar brilliant results.
Friends of Rural Women New Zealand also got behind aftersocks day, including Telecom and North and South Fuels.
But when it comes to supporting Canterbury, you can’t go past Cantabrians. In Christchurch Margaret Holding and friends sold out of their supply of aftersocks.
Pictured right are supporters at Ashburton Hospital, Telecom in Auckland and North and South Fuels.
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