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Feilding District Relief Account tops $70,000

Funds donated to Feilding and District Relief Trust Account tops $70,000

Over $45,000 has so far been donated by the public to the Feilding and District Relief Trust Account at Bank of New Zealand branches throughout the country.

Close to $25,000 has been donated today alone.

“Yesterday over 250 people deposited money ranging from $4 to $2,000. All together, over $70,000 has been donated to the fund since the appeal account began Wednesday 18 February 2004,” says Ian Walsh, general manager for agribusiness financial services.

Bank of New Zealand contributed $25,000 to the Feilding and District Relief Trust Account yesterday.

The funds raised will be placed in a trust account and distributed by a committee set up by the Manawatu District Council.

The account details are: Feilding and District Relief Trust Account Account number: 02-0628-0016075-00

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