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Delighted supporter wins Freedom Air Tickets

Delighted supporter wins Freedom Air Tickets

After much anticipation the Meningitis Trust is delighted to announce the winner of the competition run in conjunction with Freedom Air through this year’s Fight for Life website.

Freedom Air kindly donated two return flights to any of their destinations and everyone who made a donation or purchased merchandise through the Fight for Life website went in the draw for this wonderful prize.

We are thrilled to announce that Velda Fox from Wainuimata, Wellington is the lucky winner. To make this even more special this will be the first time that she has been overseas.

General Manager, Fiona Colbert said, “We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those that supported the Fight for Life event, we have been overwhelmed with the results and delighted that we will now be able to extend the reach and range of the services we provide.”


Editor’s Notes Meningococcal disease continues to kill more under fives than any other infectious disease.

The Meningitis Trust has a 24hr 7 day a week free call Meningitis helpline 0800 446 087

The Meningitis Trust is New Zealand’s leading meningitis charity and relies on voluntary donations to fund its lifesaving work.

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