An update on how we have helped our communities in need.

Hi everyone,

We have been quiet lately as my mum also our volunteer manager was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma Cancer Stage 3. But that has not stopped us from giving to our communities, individuals and charities in need. So this is our update on how we have been helping our communities lately.

First of all one of our major and only ongoing sponsors Wild Wheat had been supporting United We Stand.. Waka of Caring with a large donation of bread weekly to help our homeless living our streets here in south Auckland, New Zealand. However, after about 1 year and 1/2 they no longer needed the bread donation and so we set out on a mission to find another community cause which would need an ongoing bread donation to help our homeless in need living on the streets Auckland wide here in New Zealand.

wild wheat

This is when we found We All Are One a community group who go out on the Auckland city streets every Friday night at 7pm to feed our homeless people. They cover all areas of Auckland City. So we approached We All Are One to see if they would be able to use a weekly donation of bread from Wild Wheat Limited, based in Pakuranga, Auckland, New Zealand to which they accepted.

You can follow We All Are One via this facebook link:

we all are one

We didn’t stop there, as we are also supporting Blood and Bone Cancer Patients we also asked Wild Wheat if we would be able to pick up a one off donation of bread to help our local community and Blood and Bone Cancer Patients in need here in Auckland, New Zealand. To which we picked up 6 boxes of fresh and delicious healthy bread. We dropped some off to our Blood and Bone Cancer Patients, Then we dropped some off to a lovely local lady who donated a whole large box of toiletries to our Blood and Bone Cancer Survival Packs who we later found out that she herself was struggling to feed her family.

You can join Helping Hands on Facebook via this link:

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So we stopped off at her house and dropped off a box of bread for her and her family to survive on this week in which she was very grateful. We also dropped off a box of bread for children in need who attend a non profit childcare named Choice Kids in which bread was given to children and families in need.

You can learn more about Choice Kids Child Care via this link:

We also spent a weekend collecting a tonne of donations of toiletries from our wonderful local community which will help us to make Blood and Bone Cancer Survival Packs to help Blood and Bone Cancer Patients in need. In which every time we visit the Hematology Ward at Middlemore Hospital, we will be giving a care package to patients in need. We also do the few odd packs which will be posted to other parts of the country in which we are unable to reach in person.

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To learn more about our Survival Packs head to our event page via this link:[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22main_list%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%7B%5C%22page_id%5C%22%3A466747326838316%2C%5C%22tour_id%5C%22%3Anull%7D%22%7D]%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D

We look forward to updating you on our progress throughout the month.

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