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Wanted: Nice People


Tuesday, August 15 2006

Wanted: Nice People


WHO:The Vodafone New Zealand Foundation is calling on nice people to apply for its annual World of Difference programme.


WHAT:The unique World of Difference programme gives passionate people the chance to make a real difference to their favourite child or youth-related cause.


WHY: The Vodafone New Zealand Foundation funds this unique programme, covering the salaries and expenses of up to six people for a year, enabling them to enrich the lives of children and young people.


WHEN:Applications close 5pm Friday, August 18 2006.


HOW: Applications must be completed and submitted online at www.vodafonenzfoundation.org.nz


ENDS


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