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Neighbourhoods to decide how Z will divide $1 million

Neighbourhoods to decide how Z will divide $1 million


Community voting in Z Energy's Good in the Hood is due to start on 1 May in at every Z service station around New Zealand.

It's a chance for New Zealanders to have a say in how $1 million of community funding should be split between groups doing good in their own neighbourhoods. Z Retailers and staff on the ground at each Z site have selected groups they think best represent the needs of their areas, in an effort to make sure local needs are getting addressed.

From 1 May you can search any Z service station at https://z.co.nz/about-z/find-us, to see which groups are participating in voting at each Z site.

A media release is below. If you'd like to run a story in your area, to let your readers know they can get out support their favourite group by voting this month, please don't hestitate to get in touch.

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