Accommodation for people & animals on offer from Rural Women
Accommodation for people and animals on offer
from Rural Women New Zealand members – Canterbury
Rural Women New Zealand has many
offers of accommodation from its members around the country
for earthquake-affected families.
available both in Canterbury and further afield.
“We also have members in other parts of Canterbury who
have offered to drive to Christchurch and pick up anyone who
needs transport,” says RWNZ executive officer, Noeline
“We hope those in need will pick up the
phone and we’ll put them in touch with those who can
A Rangiora RWNZ member has also offered to
take in animals for families who need to leave the area.
“She has offered to pick up alpacas, goats,
llamas, small pets and dogs. She can also take in cats as
long as they can be caged.”
Anyone wishing to take
up offers of accommodation, transport or a temporary home
for their animals should call Rural Women New Zealand’s
national office on (04) 473 5524.
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