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Fanuary Registrations Now Open

Fanuary Registrations Now Open

Registration options to participate in Fanuary are now available through www.fanuary.co.nz.

Organiser Rebecca Harris from myjobspace.co.nz says “The registration options were only made live on the site late last night and we have already had a few applications which is a positive sign.”

There is only 12 days till Fanuary and Rebecca is encouraging as many people to get involved. “There are registration options, you don’t have to provide photos and enter the categories but you can still participate and raise money for a great cause.”

The official donations registration form is also available.

Women for Women Charitable Trust are thrilled that people are talking about Fanuary.

Trustee Kim McCollock says “The reaction to Fanuary has been amazing. We have received lots of positive and negative comments but we are pleased with both reactions because it means one thing, people are talking about the appeal and this is raising awareness for the campaign which is what Fanuary is all about!

“All donations received will be used for education, awareness and financial support for women dealing with gynecological cancers and we can’t wait for the campaign to begin.”

Three blogs have also been set up through www.fanuary.co.nz and the organisers are encouraging the public to log on and post a comment regarding Fanuary. Another donation option is also available by purchasing stickers, there are 6 varieties to choose from, visit www.fanuary.co.nz

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