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Appeal for Cyclone Ian victims in Tonga

Appeal for Cyclone Ian victims in Tonga’s Ha’apai Island group

Mana is supporting a big effort to send help to the victims of Cyclone Ian in Tonga.

We are collecting non-perishable foods (eg bags of flour, rice and canned foods), fishing nets, bush knives, cutlery cooking pots etc to go in three containers leaving on Monday.

Goods can be dropped off at either -

John Minto’s place at 4 Ethel Street Morningside (leave on front veranda)
Lisa and Marion’s place at 29 Line Road Glen Innes
Joe and Maria Trinder’s place at 5 Celia Place Mangere

Just leave in sheltered place if no-one is home at any of these addresses. Please drop off by 8am this Saturday or bring direct to Loto Fale'ia church, Orly Rd, Mangere by 10am Saturday.

Please spread the word to family and friends.

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