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Help Christchurch with cans - canned food collection

24 February 2011

Help Christchurch with cans

Resene staff nationwide are joining together to collect as many cans of non-perishable food as possible to help feed those in Christchurch who need ongoing help as they recover from Tuesday’s devastating earthquake. If you can spare any non perishable canned food, please donate it to your nearest Resene owned ColorShop and Resene will arrange to get it to Christchurch in conjunction with the Salvation Army to ensure it gets to where it’s needed most.

Canned food donations can be made to any Resene owned ColorShop during normal shop opening hours. Resene ColorShops accepting canned food donations are:

Northland

• Whangarei Resene ColorShop, 22 Reyburn Street, Ph: (09) 430 2199

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Auckland

• Albany Resene ColorShop, Cnr Tawa Drive and Rosedale Road, Ph: (09) 414 6500

• Birkenhead Resene ColorShop, 25 Enterprise Street, Ph: (09) 480 0995

• Botany Downs Resene ColorShop, Unit 5, The Hub, 451 Ti Rakau Drive, Ph: (09) 272 5100

• Henderson Resene ColorShop,, 30 Paramount Drive, Ph: (09) 836 2366

• Manukau Resene ColorShop, Sharkey Street, Ph: (09) 262 1705

• Mt Eden Resene ColorShop, 126 Valley Road, Ph: (09) 623 3950

• Mt Roskill Resene ColorShop, 72 Carr Road, Ph: (09) 620 5714

• New Lynn Resene ColorShop, 24 Clark Street, Ph: (09) 827 6877

• Newmarket Resene ColorShop, Cnr Crowhurst and Teed Streets, Ph: (09) 529 4760s

• Onehunga Resene ColorShop, 56 Princes Street, Ph: (09) 636 4105

• Orakei Resene ColorShop, 176 Kepa Road, Ph: (09) 528 2519,

• Panmure Resene ColorShop, 45A Mt Wellington Highway, Ph: (09) 570 4235

• Pukekohe Resene ColorShop, 54 Seddon Street, Ph: (09) 237 1022

• Silverdale Resene ColorShop, Cnr Hibiscus Coast Highway and East Coast Road, Ph: (09) 427 9560

• Takanini Resene ColorShop, Cnr 228 Great South and Glenora Roads, Ph: (09) 296 1959

• Takapuna Resene ColorShop, Cnr Auburn and Huron Streets, Ph: (09) 489 1540,

• Victoria Park Resene ColorShop, Cnr Union and Sale Streets, Ph: (09) 379 0226

• Wairau Park Resene ColorShop, 8 Croftfield Lane, Ph: (09) 444 4387

• Warkworth Resene ColorShop, 29 Glenmore Drive, Ph: (09) 422 2150

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Waikato – Bay Of Plenty

• Cambridge Resene ColorShop, 32 Lake Street, Ph: (07) 823 0170

• Hamilton Resene ColorShop, Cnr Anglesea, Hood and Knox Streets, Ph: (07) 839 9975

• Matamata Resene ColorShop, 22 Arawa Street, Ph: (07) 888 4884

• Mt Maunganui Resene ColorShop, 91 Newton Street, Ph: (07) 572 0044

• Rotorua Resene ColorShop, 10-12 Old Taupo Road, Ph: (07) 348 1883

• Taupo Resene ColorShop, Unit 8, 71 Totara Street, Totara Point Retail Centre off Spa Road, Ph: (07) 378 1500

• Tauranga Resene ColorShop, 47 Waihi Road, Ph: (07) 578 4169

• Te Awamutu Resene ColorShop, Unit 1, Cnr Albert Park Drive and Cambridge Road

• Te Rapa Resene ColorShop, 593 Te Rapa Road, Ph: (07) 850 5472

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New Plymouth – Palmerston North

• Feilding Resene ColorShop, 109 Kimbolton Road, Ph: (06) 323 8450

• New Plymouth Resene ColorShop, 132 Molesworth Street, Ph: (06) 759 8100

• Palmerston North Resene ColorShop, 217 Main Street, Ph: (06) 357 3052

• Wanganui Resene ColorShop, 17 Wilson Street, Ph: (06) 348 0048

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Hawkes Bay

• Hastings Resene ColorShop, Cnr Southland Road and Eastbourne Street, Ph: (06) 878 4070

• Gisborne Resene ColorShop, 386 Gladstone Road, Ph: (06) 868 4656

• Napier Resene ColorShop, 116 Taradale Road, Ph: (06) 843 1710

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Wellington Region

• Johnsonville Resene ColorShop, 4 Broderick Road, Ph: (04) 478 4354

• Kapiti Resene ColorShop, 112 Kapiti Road, Ph: (04) 296 1060

• Karori Resene ColorShop, 1 Beauchamp Street, Ph: (04) 476 7480

• Kilbirnie Resene ColorShop, Cnr Kemp and Tacy Streets, Ph: (04) 387 2916

• Levin Resene ColorShop, 94 Cambridge Street, Ph: (06) 368 4484

• Lower Hutt Resene ColorShop, 465 High Street, Ph: (04) 570 0683

• Masterton Resene ColorShop, Cnr Queen and Renall Streets, Ph: (06) 377 2542

• Naenae Resene ColorShop, Cnr Naenae Road and Vogel Street, Ph: (04) 577 8155

• Petone Resene ColorShop, 300 Jackson Street, Ph: (04) 568 9163

• Upper Hutt Resene ColorShop, Cnr Fergusson Drive and Montgomery Crescent, Ph: (04) 526 4946

• Wellington (Basin Reserve) Resene ColorShop, 74 Cambridge Terrace, Ph: (04) 801 6219

• Wellington (Thorndon) Resene ColorShop, 223 Thorndon Quay, Ph: (04) 471 1112

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Nelson/Marlborough

• Blenheim Resene ColorShop, Cnr McArtney and Redwood Streets, Ph: (03) 577 9200

• Nelson Resene ColorShop, 75 Haven Road, Ph: (03) 548 7110

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Canterbury

• Ashburton Resene ColorShop, 327 Burnett Street, Ph: (03) 307 6510

• Timaru Resene ColorShop, 8 Elizabeth Street, Ph: (03) 688 4723

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Otago/Southland

• Dunedin Resene ColorShop, 172 Crawford Street, Ph: (03) 477 6566

• Invercargill Resene ColorShop, Cnr Victoria and Avena Ave, Ph: (03) 218 2385

• Oamaru Resene ColorShop, 190 Thames Street, Ph: (03) 433 1211

• Queenstown Resene ColorShop, 87 Gorge Road, Ph: (03) 442 4152

The collection is for non perishable canned food only. Please do not donate any other items.

ENDS


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