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Thousands of dollars in prizes to be won this Easter

Thousands of dollars in prizes to be won this Easter with Childfund New Zealand’s social media giveaway

International development organisation, ChildFund New Zealand are launching an Easter contest in conjunction with local New Zealand businesses. The children’s charity will be giving away two of their beautiful Maka Emali baskets, hand-made by the Maasai and Kamba tribes in Emali, Kenya as part of an income generating project in a region regularly affected by drought and poverty.

These bold and colourful baskets will be filled with generous donations from organisations throughout both the North and South Islands and are estimated to be worth over $2,000 each. Prizes include but are not limited to:

1) Helicopter ride for two over The Remarkables in Queenstown (Totally Tourism)
2) Full Day Premium Wine Tasting tour of Waiheke Island for two (Enjoi)
3) Star Gazing in Tekapo for two (Tekapo Springs)
4) Hot Pools for two (Tekapo Springs)
5) Overnight cruise of The Bay of Islands (The Rock Adventure Cruise)
6) Three-day Campervan Hire (Britz)
7) $150 voucher (Vivo Salon)
8) Gondola and Luge rides for a family of five (Skyline Queenstown)
9) Gondola and Luge rides for a family of five (Skyline Rotorua)
10) A family tubing pass (Snow Planet)
11) Two nights for two people in a private ensuite (YHA Hostels)
12) Mt John Night Observatory Tour (Earth & Sky)
13) A Half-Day Tour of Hawkes Bay for two (Your Tour)
14) One pack of Eisch Wine Glasses (Glengarry Jervois)
15) Day trip for two to Piha (Trippy)
16) Mini Group Pass (Hamner Springs)
17) Easter Cookie Boxes (Cookie Time)
18) $100 voucher (Onceit)
19) Jewellery (Pinch and Fold)
20) Two cases of cola (Karma Cola)
21) Milford Sound Cruise (Go Orange)
22) Six-month subscription of The Australian Women’s Weekly (Bauer Media)
23) $60 voucher (Interflora)
24) $50 voucher (Skydive Auckland)
25) Coffee (Flight Coffee)

ChildFund New Zealand will be running the giveaway on both their Facebook and Instagram accounts. On Facebook, users simply need to “Like” the charity’s page and share the post to enter. On Instagram, users need to “Follow” ChildFund New Zealand’s account and then tag the handle of their friends or family in the comments below the post for a chance to win. ChildFund New Zealand’s social media accounts can be found at:

Facebook: @ChildFundNewZealand

Instagram: @ChildFund_NZ

Leanne Tiscornia, Director of Marketing and Fundraising says: “We are very excited to launch our Easter basket giveaway. This is an opportunity to share with New Zealanders the positive impact that’s being made for children through their generous donations and also showcase the generosity of New Zealand businesses.”

The giveaway is planned to launch at 1:00pm on 02 March 2018 and end at 11:59pm on 01 April 2018. More information as well as Terms and Conditions can be found at: www.childfund.org.nz/EasterBasketGiveaway

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