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Charity Announces Kimberley Crossman As Ambassador


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‘FOR EVERYONE’ Charity Announces Kimberley Crossman As Ambassador

The ‘FOR EVERYONE’ Charity is excited to announce that Kimberley Crossman is joining the team as an ambassador.

Founded in 2009 by Ali Williams, Daniel Carter and Richie McCaw, the ‘FOR EVERYONE’ charity was set up to improve the health and well-being of all New Zealanders by raising funds for community groups and families around New Zealand. The charity collects a donation from every ‘FOR EVERYONE’ bottle of water or milk sold and uses the funds to fulfill community applications such as providing filtered water to Rhode Street School in Dinsdale, or donating to the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal.

The ‘FOR EVERYONE’ charity approached Kimberley as she is a fantastic role model for young New Zealanders and therefore is a great fit for the charity as it continues to give a helping hand to communities throughout New Zealand.

"I am really excited to be joining Ali, Dan and Richie as an ambassador for the For Everyone charity – I love what they are doing and am looking forward to working with the team on future ideas," says Kimberley Crossman.
"I can't wait to meet more amazing Kiwis around New Zealand as we spread the For Everyone word!"

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