Student Volunteer Army November 14th Earthquake Response
Student Volunteer Army November 14th Earthquake
In reaction to the recent earthquakes,
the University of Canterbury Student Volunteer Army
(SVA) has activated it's Emergency Earthquake Response
Our volunteers are on stand-by to assist where
needed and we will be utilizing our Facebook page to
communicate with members of the public, including updates
from Civil Defence.
SVA Vice President Isabelle Smith has
stated 'The SVA is active and here to help, please do not
hesitate to get in touch'
The SVA would like to encourage
any members of the public who are in need of
assistance or who know of anyone that may need assistance
to contact us via email at email@example.com or message
us on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/StudentVolun).
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